What is an obstructive lung disease examples again

This preview shows page 2 out of 2 pages.

What is an obstructive lung disease?
How do you tell if a person has which type based on lung volume values? Based on FEV1/VC ratios? Which values are affected most based on which type of lung problem a person has? Do you understand the purpose of the FEV1/VC ratios? What is considered within the normal range? What is surfactant? Remember the baby who had RDS? What are your breathing muscles? Which functions at which point during ventilation? What is the autonomic nervous system and what are its divisions?
What are the receptors and their relation to the autonomic nervous system?
Where are each type of receptors located? Pre/ post ganglionic/ effector etc. What is an antagonist vs agonist? Which medication would be good to use based current problem? Adrenergic vs cholingeric - antagonist vs agonists. Know how to use the chart with receptors on the organs and its effect (this will be provided on the test). What is the vagus nerve and its function? Make sure you understood the ANS worksheet when it comes to receptors, neurotransmitters, agonist, antagonist and how they all work together.

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture