Q1. Vital capacity comprises of:
A. Inspiratory reserve volume + expiratory volume.
B. Inspiratory reserve volume + tidal volume.
C. Expiratory reserve volume + tidal volume.
D. Expiratory reserve volume + tidal volume + Inspiratory reserve volume.
E. Respiratory volume + tidal volume
Q2. In one passage via a bed of systemic blood capillaries, the blood gives up regarding what percentage of its oxygen?
A. 5% to 10%
B. 10% to 15%
C. 20% to 25%
D. 30% to 40%
E. 70% to 85%
Q3. One advantage from air passing by the turbinates is:
A. Turbinates separate air-flow from food and drink.
B. Lower respiratory system remains humidified.
C. Turbinates filter CO2 from the air.
D. Raise its oxygen concentration.
E. This is where odors are detected.
Q4. Which of these is most probable to outcome from contact between the contaminated fingers and nasal mucosa?
B. Adult respiratory distress syndrome
C. Acute bronchitis
D. Acute rhinitis
Q5. Gas transport is the method of carrying gases from the alveoli to the systemic tissues and vice-versa.