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

Respiratory System Crossword

Respiratory System Crossword

Site of gas exchange
Tiny hair-like cells that sweep out foreign material in lungs.
Genetic disorder in which lungs are clogged with abnormally thick mucus.
Thin sheet of muscle that play an important role in breathing.
A thin, moist, and slippery membrane that covers the outer surface of the lungs and lines the inner surface of the rib cage
Another word for inhalation.
The volume of air that is inspired or expired in a single breath during regular breathing.
The amount of pressure a gas exerts
A device that measures lung capabilities
A process in which particles move from an area of higher concentration to an area of low concentration.
Special receptors that detect changes of pH in blood.
Lung disease in which bronchioles swell and produce mucus.
Branches of windpipe that lead into the lungs
Scientific name for the voice box
Condition in which the body cells do not have enough oxygen
Another term for exhalation
Infection that inflames the air sacs in one or both lungs.
This is where air first enters the body.
Leads to the alveoli
Waste product of the respiratory system

Respiratory System Terminology Crossword

Respiratory System Terminology   Crossword

the entire process of gas exchange between the atmosphere and the cells
a hollow space behind the nose
bones that curl out from lateral walls of the nasal cavity on each side, dividing the cavity into passageways
air-filled spaces located within the maxillary, frontal, ethmoid, and sphenoid bones of the skull and open into the nasal cavity
or throat, is behind the oral cavity, the nasal cavity and the lyrynx; the passage way for food traveling from the oral cavity to the esophagus and for the air passing between the nasal cavity and the larynx
the enlargement in the airway at the top of the trachea and below the pharynx; it conducts air in and out id the trachea and prevents foreign objects from entering the trachea
the opening between the vocal cords
usually stands upright and allows air to enter the larynx; helps protect from food and liquids to enter the air passages
consists of branched airways leading from the trachea to the microscopic air sacs in the lungs
arise from the trachea at the level of the fifth thoracic vertebra
smaller tubes that continue to divide giving rise to others
very thin tubes, lead to the alveolar sacs
leads to smaller microscopic air sacs called alveoli
smaller microscopic air sacs
soft, spongy, cone-shaped organs in the thoracic cavity
a layer of serous membrane
folded back visceral pleura attached to each surface of the lung
the potential space between the visceral and parietal pleurae
the actions providing air movements, inhalation
synthesize a mixture of lipids and proteins
iron containing protein
combination of oxygenated blood with the iron atoms of hemoglobin
a deficiency of O2 reaching the tissues
carbon dioxide bonds with hemoglobin

Respiratory System Vocab Crossword

Respiratory System Vocab Crossword

Lymphatic tissue in the nasopharynx
air sac in the lungs
tip or uppermost portion of the lung
lower portion of the lung
smallest branches of the bronchi
branch of the trachea that is a passageway into the lung
expelled gas
thin hairs attached to the mucous membrane
muscle separating the chest and abdomen
lid-like piece of cartilage that covers the larynx
breathing out
slit-like opening to the larynx
midline region where bronchi, blood vessels, and nerves enter and exit the lungs
breathing in
voice box
division of a lung
region between the lungs in the chest cavity
openings through the nose
inhaled gas
one of a pair of almond-shaped masses of lymphatic tissue in the oropharynx
one of the air cavities in the bones near the nose
outer layer of pleura lying closer to the ribs and chest wall
double-layered membrane surrounding each lung
space between the folds of the pleura
essential part of the lung, responsible for respiration
process of moving air into and out of the lungs
inner layer of pleura lying closer to the lung tissue

Respiratory System Crossword

Respiratory System Crossword

It is also known as windpipe, it filters the air we inhale and branches into the bronchi.
The main organ of the respiratory system.
The throat; part of both the respiratory and digestive systems
The passages that branch from the trachea and direct air into the lungs
also called the voice box. A passageway for air moving from pharynx to trachea
Breathing begins with a dome-shaped muscle located at the bottom of the lungs.
system responsible for taking in oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide using the lungs
To breathe in, inspiration
To breathe out, expiration.
Hair like structures that filter out particles entering into your nasal cavity
tiny air sacs found at the end of bronchial tubes where the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place
covers the trachea when you swallow to prevent food from going into your lungs
the area directly posterior to the nose
the area directly posterior to the mouth
opening between the vocal cords in the larynx
The movement of air into and out of the lungs; breathing
The amount of air the lungs can hold
Amount of air that moves in and out of the lungs during a normal breath
The total volume of air that can be exhaled after maximal inhalation.
the contribution each gas in a mixture makes to the total pressure

Chapter 1.2 and 1.4 key words Crossword

Chapter 1.2 and 1.4 key words Crossword

Microscopic hair like projections that help to sweep away fluids and practicles
The movement of gas molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration
A device that is used to measure the lung volume of air inspired and expired by lungs
Volume of air breathed in or out per breath
Refers to the bones that meet and move at a joint
Plane that divides the body into right and left halves
Axis that runs from top to bottom
Increasing an angle at a joint
The muscle that is responcible for the movement that is occuring
When a muscle lengthens under tension or performs negative work and acts like a break
When a muscle is under tension but there is no visible movement
Another word for breathing
What centre is responsible for inspiration and expiration
The volume of air inhaled or exhaled from the lungs per minute

The Respiratory System Crossword

The Respiratory System Crossword

What is the large muscle seperating the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity that helps with breathing?
What is the windpipe also known as?
What are the small spaces within the skull that regulate the temperature and humidity of the air taken into the body called?
What is the tube that carries air down into the windpipe?
What is the flap over the trachea that prevents clogging?
What carry air into the lungs?
What is the voicebox known as?
What are the small air sacs within the lungs associated with gas exchange?
When inhaling, what do your lungs do?
What is the thin lining within the lungs that allows them to inflate and deflate without loosing shape?
What are the tiny hairs that keep mucus and dirt out of your lungs?
Severe chest pain, shallow breathing and fever are symptoms of?
What would one do in order to clear the upper respiratory tract?
What does oxygen bind to on a blood cell?
When standing, respiration is?
What is the breathing disorder characterized by coughing and wheezing?
What infection occurs when there is an inflammation of lungs where air sacs fill with pus and liquid?
How many lobes does the right lung have?

The Respiratory System Word Scramble

The Respiratory System Word Scramble
Word Scramble

lung cancer
mouth and nose
respiratory system

Ch. 13 BLS Resuscitation Crossword

Ch. 13 BLS Resuscitation Crossword

Preferred method to dislodge a severe airway obstruction in adults and children.
Technique that involves compressing the chest and then actively pulling it back to its neutral position or beyond.
Advanced life saving procedures used to treat medical conditions, such as cardiac monitoring and IV fluids
Non invasive emergency life saving care.
Lack of oxygen that deprives tissues of necessary nutrients, resulting from partial or complete block of blood flow
Stiffening of the body muscles, definitive sign of death
Harsh, high pitched respiratory sound, normally in upper airway
Rapid or deep breathing that lowers the blood carbon dioxide level below normal
A condition in which air fills the stomach, often a result of high volume and pressure during ventilation
Exchange of air between the lungs and the environment, spontaneously by the PT or with assistance
Blood settling into the lowest point of the body, definitive sign of death
A valve device placed between the endotracheal tube and BVM that limits amount of air entering lungs during recoil phase
A Circumferential chest compression device composed of a restricting band and back board
Device that depresses the sternum via compressed gas-powered-or electric-powered plunger

Gas Exchange Crossword

Gas Exchange Crossword

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

Gas exchange Crossword

Gas exchange  Crossword

A gas produced in respiration that is passed out of the body from the lungs
Allows the lungs to move over one another without friction
Another name for the chest cavity
the process of drawing air into and out of the lungs
An abbreviation for a disease that affects the heart, caused by the nicotine and carbon monoxide found in cigarettes
Allows air to pass from the mouth to the lungs
the process of breathing in
An infection of the bronchi
A good ______ ______ maintains the concentration gradient in the lungs
An addictive chemical found in cigarettes
Causes a range of lung conditions
The process of breathing out air
A chemical process by which energy is released
Artery that carries blood between the heart and lungs
Two of these carry air into each lung
Where the walls of the alveoli are damaged and fuse together
A mechanical process to get oxygen into, and carbon dioxide out of, the lungs
This model represents the lungs in a limited way
Has an effect on breathing rate, the more you do the higher your breathing rate
A carcinogen found in cigarette smoke
Sheet of muscle that allows the thorax to ventilate
Process by which gas exchange occurs in the lungs
Found centrally in the thorax
Small sac where gas exchange takes place