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EMR Pathophysiology Quiz


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Relaxed chest cavity creates ________ pressure and forces air out.

A. positive

B. negative

C. neutral


May accumulate blood and air

A. Visceral space

B. Parietal space

C. Pleural space


Blood in lungs is called

A. hemothorax

B. pneumothorax


Which pleura rests on the lungs?

A. Visceral

B. Parietal


Which pleura sits on the chest wall of the lungs?

A. Visceral

B. Parietal


Air remaining in the space between the mouth and alveoli

A. Dead air space

B. Ambient air

C. Lung air

D. Lung air space


Air moved in and out in one breath

A. Inspiratory Volume

B. Tidal Volume

C. Residual Volume

D. Vital Capacity


How much ambient air is Oxygen?

A. 21%

B. 45%

C. 78%

D. 34%


Air in lungs is called

A. hemothorax

B. pneumothorax


Which part of the brain is responsible for controlling breathing

A. pons

B. medulla oblongata

C. cerebellum

D. thalamus


Expanded chest cavity creates ___________ pressure and lets air in

A. positive

B. negative

C. neutral




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