Oxygenation Crossword

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

Patient Assessment Crossword

Patient Assessment Crossword

Oxygen deficiency
Diatomic gas measuring 21% at room air.
Abnormal presence of air in the plueral cavity.
Monitoring of the concentration or partial pressure of carbon dioxide
An increased acidity in the blood and other body tissue
High-pitched breath sound resulting from turbulent air flow in the larynx
Caused by hyperventilation
Iron-containing oxygen-transport metalloprotein in the red blood cells
Inflammatory condition of the lung
aka "sibilant rhonchi"
Deformity of the finger or toe nails associated with a number of heart and lung disease.
Shortness of breath
Clicking, rattling, or crackling noises that may be made by one or both lungs
Coarse rattling respiratory sounds, usually caused by secretions
A sudden and often repetitively occurring reflex which helps to clear the large breathing passages
The smallest of a body's blood vessels that make up the microcirculation.
An audible sound present in some patients with pleurisy
Inflammation of the bronchi in the lungs
Long term inflammatory disease of the airways of the lungs.
Aids in the protection of the lungs by trapping foreign particles that enter it
Coughing up blood or blood-stained mucus
The appearance of a blue or purple coloration of the skin

Pulmonary System Crossword

Pulmonary System Crossword

Serves as a passageway for food and air
Provides an open passageway for air to and from the lungs
Produces vocal sounds, also called voice box
Serves as an air passageway, warms and mositens inhaled air
Bring air into contact with blood so oxygen and carbon dioxide can be exchanged in the alveoli
Acts as a lid to prevent aspiration of food into the trachea
Tiny air sacs supporting a network of capillaries from pulmonary blood vessels
Space between the parietal and visceral pleura containing fluid that lubricates and prevents friction
Visual examiniation of the larynx, trachea, and bronchi with scope
Cessation of breathing
Disease of the bronchi characterized by wheezing and dyspnea
Chronic pulmonary disease where alveoli are distended and damaged
Condition of deficient amounts of oxygen in body tissue
Condition where there is collection of air between chest wall and lung, causing lung collapse
Surgical puncture of chest for removal of fluid



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

Pathology Crossword

Pathology Crossword

additive: abnormal collection of fluid in ventricle of brain
destructive: extreme weight loss
additive: dilation of bronchi which cause tissue thickening
additive: increases thickness of the heart muscle
additive: heart cannot pump blood and enlarges
addtivie: fluid collects in lungs
destructive: hyperaerated lungs
destructive: air/feces trapped in bowel
additive: localized collection of pus
additive: swelling
additive: collapse of all or part of the lung
destructive: wasting away of body tissue
destructive: air in the pleural cavity
destructive: cancer of bone marrow decreasing bone density
destructive: loss of bone density
destructive: softening of bone
additive: abnormal new growth of tissue
additive: abnormal collection of fluid in pleural space of lung
additive: fluid in the alveoli
additive: abnormal fluid in the peritoneal cavity
additive: thickening of bone in late stage
destructive: thinning of bone in early phase
additive: increase in bone at the joints

Chapter 21 Crossword

Chapter 21 Crossword

surgically inserted tube to drain fluid from chest
injury with protruding abdominal organs
multiple fracture in consecutive ribs
Bleeding between lungs and chest wall
Low blood pressure
Object remaining in an open wound
between the ribs
functioning tissue of an organ
tapping on the body and listening
membrane lining abdominal cavity
space between lungs and chest wall
Pressure collapses of a lung
lack of oxygen
under the skin
pertaining to the thorax

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 Crossword Puzzle

Respiratory System Crossword Puzzle

the cavity behind the nose and above the roof of the mouth that filters air and moves mucus and inhaled contaminants outward and away from the lungs.
voice box-passageway for air moving from pharynx to trachea; contains vocal cords.
one of the tubules forming the respiratory system.
The passages that branch from the trachea and direct air into the lungs.
the paired organs in the thoracic cavity where gas exchange takes place between air in the alveoli and blood in the pulmonary capillaries.
progressively smaller tubular branches of the airways.
tiny sacs of lung tissue specialized for the movement of gases between air and blood.
short structures projecting from a cell and containing bundles of microtubules that move a cell through its surroundings or move fluid over the cell's surface.
protective secretion of the mucus membranes.
passing or able to pass air in and out of the lungs normally.
the metabolic processes certain organisms obtaining energy from organic molecules.
the exchange of gases between the air in the alveoli and the blood in the pulmonary capillaries.
the uppermost cartilage of the larynx; covers the larynx during swallowing
inhalation; the intake of air into the lungs
any of the fine branching blood vessels that form a network between the arterioles and venules.

Chest tube Crossword

Chest tube Crossword

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

Respiratory system project Worksheet

Respiratory system project Worksheet
Matching Worksheet

Lack of oxygen in tissues
collapsed lung
Spasm of the diaphragm
Whooping cough
Voice box
Space at the back of the oral cavity
Air sacs
Divides left and right nostrils
Bones that divide the nasal cavity
Tubes from trachea to lungs
Respiratory center of brain
Pause in breathing during sleep
spaces within the skull bones
Opening with vocal cords
Where cellular respiration takes place
Keeps alveoli from collapsing
Illness caused by smoking
Test that measures air volume
Required for cellular respiration
Inflammation of air passages
Prevents food from entering airway
Cavity where lungs sit
Muscle used for breathing
Fluid build-up in air sacs, caused by altitude sickness

ARDS Crossword

ARDS Crossword

Fluid in the alveoli
Inflammation in the lungs secondary to infection
Deprivation of oxygen
Life threatening organ dysfunction in response to infection
Membrane oxygenator for critical cardiac or respiratory failure
Mechanism of artificial respiration
Shortness of breath
The ability of the lungs to stretch and expand in response to increasing pressure
Osmotic ability of a membrane
Collapse of the alveoli
Scarring of lung tissue
Lack of ventilation in perfused alveoli
A substance which creates surface tension within the alveoli