Flashcards in Respiratory Deck (187)
What are the three stains of small cell lung cancer?
WHat is the main virulence factor of H. influenzae?
Kiesselbachs plexus is located at the anterior or posterior nasal septum?
What is the mode of inheritance of A1AT?
Is sleep apnea a problem of the pharynx or larynx?
Are lobular arteries in the center or periphery?
Are lobular veins in the center or periphery?
Pseudostratified ciliated columar epithelium extends all the way to what structure?
Smooth Muscle extends all the way to what structure?
What type of epithelium is found in the respiratory bronchioles?
Does sarcoidosis have lymphocytes in them?
Particles smaller than what size can make their way to the respiratory bronchiole?
Alveolar macrophages relase cytokines that that to what during their phagocytic activity?
Which part of the lung is the greatest contributor to anatomic dead space?
Does hemoglobin have positive or negative allostery?
What is bound to Hb during Carboxyhemoglobin?
What is a normal A-a gradient?
Is the venous amount of O2 increased or decreased during cyanide poisoning?
Do only peripheral or central chemoreceptors respond to O2?
In which two situations does O2 become diffusion limited?
What are the three perfusion limited gases?
What is the diffusion limited gas?
What is the equation for Pulmonary Vascular Resistance?
Pressure in pulm. artery = left atria pressure/CO
Is ventilation higher at the base of the lung or apex?
Is perfusion higher at the base of the lung or apex?
What is the phrase for pulmonary fibrosis on Xray?
"bilateral reticulonodular opacities"
Is Pulmonary FIbrosis greater in apex or base of lungs?
What percent of CO2 is transported as HCO3?
Do restrictive lung diseases breath at a high or low rate?