Oxygenation Bingo Cards
Type
Bingo Cards
Description

mustache reservoir
obturator
ten seconds
hypoxemia
Huff coughing
incentive spirometer
drainage system
pleural effusion
O2 saturation
2-3 minutes
sterile technique
titration
2-6 L/m
CPAP
nasopharengeal
Heimlich tube

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Chest tube Crossword

Chest tube Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Catheter inserted though the thorax to remove/decompress, air and fluids from the pleural space in order to allow adequate lung expansion for venitlation.
The pressure and vloume are inversely related, if the prssure is high and the volume is low
Helps fluid or air to evacuate as long as the chest drainage system is below the level of the chest
Is referred as the window to the pleural cavity, monitors changes in the intra-thoracic pressure, detects air coming from the chest and is a one way valve.
Accumulation of lymph fluid in the pleural cavity
Referres to the stretchiness of the lung tissue(fiber) or the compliance of the lung
Accumulation of pus or purulent in the pleural space
communication between the pleural carivty and the drainage system. Can be seen in the water seal chamber, when breathing in and out
Decreases the surface tension in the alveoli as a result, it increases lung compliance
Negative pressure causes the lung to do this
Collection of air in the pleural space
Where fluid from the pleural cavity drain into
It compresses the heart and the major vessels and can be lethal in matter of minutes. It does not allow the heart to fill and pump the blood
Accumulation of fluid in the pleural space
Accumulation of blood in the pleural effusion
Blood and air in the pleural space
The pleural space pushes everything towards the unaffected side
Precise measure of the tube suction. The doctor might may order to use it or not
The area between the lungs. The organs in this area include the heart and its large veins and arteries, the trachea, the esophagus, the bronchi and lymph nodes
Fluid filled space between the outer layer of the lung membrane(parietal pleural ) and the inner layer of the Lung (the visceral layer) that keeps the lung inflated
A plastic, portable one-way valve used for chest drainage
During this cycle the diaphram and the external intercostals muscle contracts that causes to increase the volume in thoracic cavity and decrease the pressure in the pleural cavity
Trocar,Pigtail and Heimlich valve are all type of

CHEST TUBES Crossword

CHEST TUBES Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Patient is put in which position to drain fluid
Changes in pulse and blood pressure of the patient may indicate
An accumulation of blood and fluid in the pleural cavity between the parietal and visceral pleurae
A collection of air in the pleural space
Continuous bubbling in a water-sealed chamber indicates a
Drainage is grossly bloody during the first several hours after surgery and then changes to
This type of chest tube is commonly used after chest surgery
The tubing should always be free of kinks and ...
An action that can cause large gushes of drainage or air
The type of dressing used if chest tube becomes dislodged

NF Unit 14 - Suctioning Upper Airway & Oxygen Therapy - Part 1 Worksheet

NF Unit 14 - Suctioning Upper Airway & Oxygen Therapy - Part 1 Worksheet
Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Positioning technique that promotes the drainage of secretions from various lobes/segments of the lungs with the use of gravity.
Rhythmic striking of the chest wall; cupping/clapping over the lung fields to loosen mucus and help drain the lungs.
Use of the palms of the hands to shake underlying tissue and loosen retained secretions.
A noninvasive, transcutaneous technique for periodically or continuously monitoring the O2 saturation of blood.
Patient leans forward over the bedside table or a chair back
Maximizes ventilation; taking in a larger amount of air which fills the alveoli to a greater capacity improving gas exchange.
Calibrated device helps with deep breathing
Breathing that promotes the use of the diaphragm rather than the upper chest muscles.
In a seated position with the arms supported on pillows or the arm rests on a chair
Form of controlled ventilation in which the patient consciously prolongs the expiration phase of breathing.
An upright position that eases breathing.
Most common oxygen delivery device; 1-6 L/min, Fio2 24-40%
Fits over the nose and mouth and allows atmospheric air to enter and exit through side ports and requires humidification; Fio2 40-60%.
Provides a means for recycling O2 and venting all the CO2 during expiration from the mask; 6-15 L/min.
All exhaled air leaves the mask rather that partially entering the reservoir bag; 6-15 L/min.
Mixes a precise amount of O2 and atmospheric air; FiO2 24-80%.
Helps to regenerate new tissue at a faster rate; therefore, popular in promoting wound healing.
Technique for evacuating air or blood from the pleural cavity

Oxygenation Crossword

Oxygenation Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Collapse of the alveoli
The need to sit upright to breathe easier
Collection of air in the pleural space
Bloody sputum
Inadequate tissue oxygenation at the cellular level
Collection of blood in the pleural space
Difficulty breathing, sensation of breathlessness
Maintains a steady open airway. Used with pts with sleep apnea
Includes postural drainage, percussion, and vibration
Chemical that keeps the alveoli dry & open
Abnormal deficiency in the concentration of oxygen in arterial blood
Movement of gases between air spaces & the bloodstream
Exchange of oxygen & carbon dioxide during cellular metabolism
“Pacemaker of the heart”
Disturbance in the electrical impulse of the heart rhythm
Movement of blood into & out of the lungs to the organs and tissues of the body
The lack of respiratory movement

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Crossword

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Device used to measure the amount of air exchanged in breathing
Expiratory reserve volume (abbreviation)
Sphenoidal (two words)
Terminal air sacs
Shelflike structures that protrude into the nasal cavity
Inflammation of pleura
Respirations stop
Surgical procedure to remove tonsils
Doctor who developed life-saving technique
Windpipe
Trachea branches into right and left structures
Voice box

Oxygenation Bingo Cards

Oxygenation Bingo Cards
Type
Bingo Cards
Description

three
diaphragm
as needed
restlesness
non rebreather
nasal cannula
21%
hypoxia
dyspnea
hypoxemia
venturi mask
simple face mask
face tent
incentive spirometer
SOB
cyanosis
pallor
pursed lip
TCDB
tachypnea
bradypnea
eupnea
crackles
wheezes

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Respiratory Nursing Crossword

Respiratory Nursing Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Endotracheal tube removal the nurse should report which sign immediately if experienced by the client?
Another word for CO2 retention
Perform this action before tracheostomy tube suctioning
Apply suctioning only during the ______________ of the catheter
Telltale sign for flail chest: __________________ chest movement
Earliest sign of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
After thoracic surgery with chest tubes in place. During the first few hours postoperatively, what type of drainage should the nurse expect?
Most common cause of high pressure alarm (2 words)
This is key to keeping secretions thin
After this procedure, the client should be turned to the operative side
This is a major complication of a pneumonectomy (2 words)
This instrument helps maintain inflation of the terminal bronchioles and alveoli, thereby promoting better gas exchange (2 words)
Inflammation of the visceral and parietal pleurae
Typical signs and symptoms of this condition include dry, nonproductive cough; dyspnea (usually on exertion); decreased or absent tactile fremitus; and dull or flat percussion notes on respiratory assessment. (2 words)
After any procedure involving lung surgery, the nurse should position the client in this position (3 words)
Collapsed lung
Administer this medication within 48 hours of flu symptoms for best results

Gas Exchange Crossword

Gas Exchange Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

dome shaped muscle that that separating thorax from abdomen
body cavity that connects nasal and oral cavities
chemical formula of carbon atom bonded to two oxygen atoms
chemical formula for oxygen
muscle groups situated between ribs that create and move chest
muscles in front of the abdomen that assists in regular breathing
exchange of air between the lungs and atmosphere
the act or process of releasing air from the lungs through the nose or mouth
the drawing in of breath; inhalation
any minute branches into which a bronchus divides
Cell responsible for production and secretion of surfactant
Large membraneous tube reinforced by rings of cartilage
Network of microscopic blood vessels that connect arterioles with venules

What is Pulmonary Rehabilitation Crossword

What is Pulmonary Rehabilitation Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

breathing technique
workout
small lung sacs
gas we need to survive
shortness of breath
device that evaluates oxygen level
hydration
electonic walking machine
stationary pedal machine
heart rate
main muscle of breathing
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
breathing organ
e-cylinder
Albuterol
oxygen condenser
lung tube
COPD flare up
most common chronic lung disease
long lasting illness
aerosolized drug delivery
tube used to deliver oxygen
fraction of oxygen in the blood
picture of the chest
measures lung function
blood collected from the artery

Infection Control Vocabulary Crossword

Infection Control Vocabulary  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

the absence of bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms
the use of a chemical agent or solution to destroy pathogens
the presence of an infectious agent on a body surface or clothing, bedding and surgical instruments
free from bacteria or other living microorganisms
a specified area such as within a tray that is considered to be free of microorganisms
a medical device that uses temperature and steam to sterilize surgical instruments
guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for reducing risk of transmission
personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks
the process of destroying all microorganisms and their pathogenic products
the process of destroying all bacteria
a substance that inhibits the growth and development of microorganisms
a route in which a pathogen can enter a susceptible host
the conveyance of a disease from one person to another person or object
a pathogen that causes a disease such as virus, parasite or bacterium
an area for a pathogen to live and develop
acquired or occurring in a hospital
requires oxygen to live
can live and develop without oxygen
human immunodeficiency virus
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
hepatitis b virus
organisms invisible to the naked eye
a bacterium, virus or other microorganism that can cause disease
a microorganism that cannot cause disease
a disease that can transmitted
a route where a pathogen can leave its host
infection risk