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Q: What generations are responsible for the conducting airways of the human airway? A: Generations 1 – 16 Ref: # 16, Pg. 6 Submitted by: CCP Q: Whose law is define as Pressure = (4 x surface tension)/radius? A: Laplace’s Law Ref: #16, Pg. 83 Submitted by: CCP Diagnostics Q: What is the significance of the CO2 absorber in a closed-circuit system used for He dilution FRC determination? A: Permits rebreathing without accumulations of CO2. Ref: #15, Pg. 71 Submitted by: CCP Diagnostics Q: If a patient can’t do a MVV maneuver within 12 secs, what should the MVV be equal to for it to be an acceptable test? A: 35 x FEV1 Ref: #15, Pg. 48 Submitted by: CCP
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Acute Care Q: What is a serious and uncommon complication of an arterial puncture? A: Thrombosis Ref: #12, Pg. 10 Submitted by: CCP Gas Therapy Q: What does MMAD stand for and what size should the particles be? A:
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