Q1. Which of the given is not a function of respiratory system?
A. It controls the pH of body fluids.
B. It promotes the flow of lymph and venous blood.
C. It helps in regulating blood pressure.
D. It helps in the synthesis of vasodilators.
E. It helps with defecation.
Q2. Among its other purposes, the Valsalva maneuver is utilized:
A. To help in defecation and urination.
B. As part of the process for giving CPR to a person in respiratory arrest.
C. To ventilate the lungs through eupnea.
D. To expel more than the usual tidal volume from lungs.
E. To clear carbon monoxide from the body and substitute it with oxygen.
Q3. In a healthy person, which of the given will have the greatest persuade on resistance to the pulmonary airflow?
A. Atmospheric pressure
B. Respiratory rate
C. Bronchiole diameter
D. Quantity of surfactant
Q4. Which of the given is the term for a deficiency of oxygen or the incapability to use oxygen in a tissue?
Q5. A lung disease marked through abnormally few however large alveoli is:
A. Cor pulmonale.
B. Pulmonary hemosiderosis.
E. Collapsed lung.