CDO 335 Study Guide for Exam Five
CDO 335 Study Guide for Exam Five CDO 335
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CDO 335 Study glide for Exam Five Respirath andthe Respiratory System GRespiration is a system GDe ne inspiration 0 De ne Expiration 0 Write the number of vertebrae in each section Cervical Vertebrae Thoracic Vertebrae Lumbar Vertebrae Sacral Vertebrae Coccygeal Vertebrae Match each of the follow typical vertebral anatomy terms with their corresponding de nitions Body Pedicles Laminae Spinous Process Transverse Process Vertebral Foramen Articular Facets Costal Facets Posterior to corpus through which spinal cord passes Found off of the pedicles Rounded projection anterior to spinal nerves Downward projection on posterior end which can be felt on back Area where the vertebrae articulates with the ribs There are transverse inferior and superior areas Lateral projections off of the pedicles Area off of the pedicles where two vertebrae will articulate There are superior and inferior areas Projections off of the body o girdle is where the upper extremities attach to vertebral column 0 girdle is where the lower extremities attach to vertebral cmumn List the two parts of the shoulderpectoral girdle 0 Match the following terms with their de nitions Acromion Process Coronoid Process Ilium lschium Pubis Process off of the scapula which is an attachment for muscles Part of the pelvic girdle where the two parts come together at the pubic symphysis Process where the scapula attaches to the clavicle larger of the two processes Largest upper bone of the pelvic girdle Also known as the hip bones Lowest part of the pelvic portion 0 Note how many of each type of rib there are True Ribs False Ribs Floating Ribs 0 Match the following terms to their de nition Head Neck Angle ShaftBodyCorpus Costal Cartilage Manubrium Body Xiphoid ProcessEnsiform Process Attaches the ribs to the sternum Landmark for CPR on the sternum also is the bottom pointed portion Extends from head attaches to the transverse costal facet Major portion of the rib Where the clavicles articulate as well as R1 rib 1 Articulates with the spinal column via the inferiorsuperior costal facet Point at which rib curves Attached via costal cartilage to R2 through R7 Rib 2 R7 o The Diaphragm 0 Only muscle which inserts upon itself goes at during inspiration divides thorax from abdomen 0 What is the origin 0 What is the course 0 What is the insertion o What is the innervation o What is the function 0 Match the following landmarks of the diaphragm with their de nitions Aortic HiatusForamen Vera CavaPhrenic Foramen Esophageal Foramen Deoxygenated blood from lower extremities to heart It is the anterior most foramen Right by spinal column descending abdominal aorta passes through here carrying oxygenated blood to extremities from heart Esophagus passes through here bringing food to the stomach 0 Match the following muscles with their function quiet inhalation forced inhalation exhalation 1 Quiet Inhalation 2 Forced Inhalation 3 Exhalation External Intercostal Muscles Levatores Costarum Muscles Serratus Posterior Superior Muscles Scalene Muscles Transverse Thoracic Muscles Sternocleidomastoid Muscles Pectoralis Major Muscles lnternal Oblique Muscles Subclavius Muscles lnternal Intercostal Muscles Diaphragm Latissimus Dorsi Muscles Serratus Posterior Inferior Muscles Rectus Abdominus Muscles External Oblique Muscles Pectoralis Minor Muscles Transversus Abdominis Muscles 0 Match the following muscles with their locations on the body listed below 1 Abdomen 2 Thorax 3 Neither External lntercostals Transverse Abdominis Muscles Rectus Abdominus Muscles lnternal Intercostal Muscles Transverse Thoracic Muscles lnternal Oblique Muscles Latissimus Dorsi Muscles Diaphragm External Oblique Muscles Levatores Costarum Muscles Serratus Posterior Superior Muscles Transversus Abdominis Muscles Serratus Posterior Inferior Muscles 0 Match the following muscles with their locations on the body listed below 1 Neck 2 Torso 3 Neither Pectoralis Major Muscles Scalenes Muscles Sternocleidomastoid Muscles Serratus Posterior Inferior Muscles Subclavius Muscles Pectoralis Minor Muscles Transverse Thoracic Muscles Latissimus Dorsi Muscles 0 Match the following lung volumes with their de nitions Tidal Volume lnspiratory Reserve Volume Expiratory Reserve Volume Residual Volume Exhaling as much as you can forcibly after passive exhalation Volume of air remaining in lungs after maximum exhalation What we inhale and exhale during quiet inhalation Volume of air inhaled after quiet inhalation 0 Write down the percentage of each lung volume Tidal Volume Inspiratory Reserve Volume Expiratory Reserve Volume Residual Volume 0 Match the following lung capacities with the equation used to nd them Vital Capacity Inspiratory Capacity Functional Residual Capacity Total Lung Capacity Inspiratory Reserve Volume Functional Residual Capacity Tidal Volume Tidal Volume Expiratory Volume Inspiratory Volume Residual Volume Expiratory Reserve Volume Inspiratory Reserve Volume Tidal Volume
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