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What is located at the bifurcation of the trachea into the two primary bronchi that produces a strong reflux?

The carina

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What does bronchioles lack that bronchi do not?

Cartilaginous plates.

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What is the sume of inspiratory reserve volume, tidal volume, and expiratory reserve volume?

Vital Lung capacity

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What is the volume of air that is inspired or expired iwth each breath at rest?

Tidal Volume (500 mL)

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The volume of air that can be inspired in addition to tidal volume with forceful inspiration.

Inspiratory reserve volume (3000 mL)

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The volume of air remaining in lungs after forceful expiration.

Residual Volume (1200mL)

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The additional volume of air that can be expired at end of tidal volume by forceful expiration.

Expiratory Reserve Volume (1100 mL)

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The volume by which the lungs and thorax increase for each unit pressure change in the transpulmonary pressure.

Compliance

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What is directly proportional to distensibility and volume and indirectly porportional to pressure.

Compliance

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What is the average size alveolus (radius about 100 micrometers)?

The surface tension pressure is about 4 cm of water pressure with surfactant and 18 cm of water pressure without surfactant.

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Minute ventilation

is equal to tidal volume X respiration rate

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During expiration alveolar pressure=

0 to +1 cm H20

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During inspiration alveolar pressure=

0 to -1 cm H2O

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During expiration pleural pressure=

-7.5 to -5 cm H2O

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During inspiration pleural pressure=

-5 to -7.5 cm H2O

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The difference btw the alveolar pressure and the pleural pressure

Transpulmonary pressure

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What is the pressure of the air inside the alveoli?

Alveolar pressure

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Pleural pressure is

the pressure of the fluid btw parietal pleura and the visceral pleura.

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Alveolar ventilation=

(tidal volume - dead space)X breathing rate = .35 X breathing rate

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What is the dead space in a normal individual?

.15 liters

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What does physiological dead space include?

the anatomic dead space + ventilated alveoli with poor or absent perfusion

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What is the space in the trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles....

Anatomic dead space.

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Alveolar ventilation (Va)

Total volume of gases that enter spaces participating in gas exchange per minute

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The sum of all the volumes= vital capacity plus residual volume

Total lung capacity(5800mL)

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The sum of all the volumes that can be inspired or exhaled?

Vital capacity (4600 mL)