attach the true vocal cords and pharyngeal muscles and function in voice production

Attach the true vocal cords and pharyngeal muscles and function in voice production

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Respiratory System * attach the true vocal cords and pharyngeal muscles and function in voice production. Trachea * Extends form the larynx to the upper part of the fifth vertebra, where it divides into right and left primary bronchi. * The wall is lined by pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium with goblet and basal cells. * Walls have “C” shaped cartilagenous rings that provides rigid support to prevent collapse. * Tracheostomy- emergency airway through the trachea * Intubation- the insertion of a tube through the mouth or nose down through the larnyx
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Unformatted text preview: and treachea. Tracheostomy External Respiration Hemothorax Chest Drainage Pneumothorax Dynamics of Breathing Diaphragm The efficiency of external respiration depends on several factors * altitude * high altitude sickness (shortness of breath, nausea, dizziness) * surface area available for O2-CO2 exchange * minute volume respiration * drugs, such as morphine, slow down the respiratory rate * the amount of O2 that reaches the alveoli (plugged passages)...
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