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The respiratory system includes the lungs and the airway. The questions in this category focus mainly on the anatomical and physiological processes associated with breathing.
Red Bumps In Throat A cold usually comes along with other things, sometimes flu, strep throat, etc. and the reason that is is because coughs and colds lower your immune system, the body is fighting the cold and it lowers the immune system allowing other virus's and germs to get in this also inclu…
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the circulatory system, the heart rate increases and blood flow increases to the exercising muscles, and lessens to the other parts of the body. Your respiratory system doesn't change except for the amount of air flow. (Addition): When your heart rate increases from anything in general, you tend to …
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It takes longer because the oxygen needs to travel to the mitochondria.
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What is a small central and slightly left paracentral disc herniation at c4-c5 effacing the thecal sac anteriorly?
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We breath out Carbon Dioxide gas which has the symbol CO2 It contains one atom of Carbon and two of Oxygen
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It depends. On the box, before purchasing, check to see if it is a special non-toxic sharpie.
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Exercising is very good for helping the respiratory system. First, when you exercise, you are taking in air at a faster rate, which opens the airways. It's almost like stretching your lung and heart muscles. Just like any other muscle, the diagram and heart require stretching to not "pull" or "stra…
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Answer If a mammalian heart is removed, it will continue to beat for hours, providing that an adequate supply of warm oxygenated fluid of sutable composition is supplied to the muscle through the coronary vessels from the aorta. The origin of the heart-beat is independent from the rest of the bod…
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Photosynthesis is a system in plants for the taking of suns energy and creating food (mainly glucose). This process requires CO2 and water according to this general equation:6CO2 + 6H2O + Energy ® C6H12O6 + 6O2Notice here that Glucose (C6H12O6) and oxygen (O2) are products here This differs from ce…
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Respiration is not to be confused with the brreating process. it is a common misconception.Respiration is the exact opposite of photosynthesis. The process of respiration involves the chemical break down of glucose to release ATP (energy) for the body. C02 is a biproduct which is expelled through th…
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Answer large organisms need larger area to exchange more substances.but large organisms have small surface area to volume ratio.this means that the surface is not large enough to enable gases and nutrients at the fast rate needed to keep all the cells alive.thus large organisms need special excha…
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The function of alveoli is to exchange gases: oxygen is taken into the blood and carbon dioxide leaves the blood by diffusion across the alvoelar wall. If the alveoli were covered with mucus this would reduce the diffusion of gas molecules between the air and the blood. As there is no mucus, there i…
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charging problem I also have an 83 nighthawk 650. I had a problem with my charging system also. It would help if you told us what it was doing? I changed out my rectifier and also my stater and my system is charging properly. Without knowing what is going on with your bike I can not tell you wher…
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Hovering It can if the aircraft you're on is a helicopter! Further, a plane can theoretically have zero ground speed if the headwind it's flying into is great enough to support lift and the aircraft doesn't have enough power to overcome the wind. This is somewhat counterintuitive, but imagine…
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A sneeze is a semi-autonomous, convulsive expulsion of air from the lungs through the nose and mouth due to irritation of the upper respiratory system and tissues. It is most commonly caused by foreign particles (dust, pepper, pollen) irritating the nasal mucosa. It can also be caused by irritation …
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That is an ignorant stereotype. Not all Africans or African Americans have flat (or short) noses. Some do, but others do not. It really depends on the phenotype. Certain phenotypes do have that particular characteristic. Flat (short) noses are quite common in Western Africa. Where in Eastern Africa,…
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DEATH???actually no you yawn if u don't get enough oxygen if however you're underwater you'd go into a coma and pass out. you would die if not sent to hospital
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What you see is water vapor. The air that you exhale contains water vapor. When you exhale during a cold day, the relative humidity increases. Relative humidity is actually the percentage of the amount of water vapr in the air. (the maximum amount of water vapor that the air can hold at that temper…
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Yes.
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Primarily the heart and lungs provide for the exchange of oxygen and cabon dioxide in the blood stream. They also help to regulate the acid-base level in the blood. and if you want another goto www.wiki.awnsers.com and type that in the URL when you get there type in the questionTo supply oxygen for …
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Injury at the alveolar level impairs gas exchange in the lungs. That change in gas exchange in turn would case ineffective breathing.
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The liver filters harmful substances from the blood. This "waste" is then excreted.
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Answer it is that i dnt noe but will lyk 2 noe lolllllllllllll lmaooooooooooooooooooo me ws ereee
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The circulatory system works with the respiratory system to carry oxygen throughout your body. The skeletal system works with the circuatory system because red blood cells are produced in your bone maro.
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They breathe through their body walls. Leeches absorb oxygen through their skin rather than breathing through a nose.
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Some people have a condition called post nasal drip. It has been recommended that a medication called SinusWars2 can help to loosen mucus and stop the running down the back of the throat problem. Yellow or green mucus is a possible sign of an infection. Since your mucus is clear you may not have an …
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The cilia inside the trachea traps the small particles, then it is shot up the trachea to the esephogus to get destroyed by the stomach.
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In mammals diffusion occurs at 2 places in the respiratory system. The first place it occurs is in the lungs. The carbon dioxide from the blood diffuses into the lungs and the oxygen in the lungs diffuses into the blood. The second place where diffusion occurs is at the cell. Carbon dioxide diffuses…
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The respiratory system one of the major systems in the human body. Its major purpose is to control breathing, which is an autonomic response of the lungs. Respiratory system comprises of the two Lungs in the chest and the tubes called bronchus and trachea. It is responsible for your breathing and …
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As you inhale air, it travels down the windpipe, known scientifically as the trachea. Once through the trachea, the air divides and goes into two tubes, each called a bronchus (plural bronchi). The right bronchus brings air into the right lung, the left bronchus brings air to the left lung. Inside e…
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Lungs, trachea, bronchus, bronchioles, and aveoli.
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Yes in cases like copd and renal failure ...... opioid poisoning with sepsis. The cause of respiratory acidosis is the excess C02 secondary to the rate of respiration (breathing rate low or circulatory problems). Lactic acidosis is due to the incomplete metabolism of glucose. Other forms of metaboli…
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Answer I'm not sure I understand the question- if you want a list of respiratory diseases for an assignment for your science class, here are a few: Asthma Pulmonary Disease (something smokers get) Croup (something children get) Common cold bronchitis Hope that helps! Heather (an MD from Ca…
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-- a DC power supply; (e.g., battery) -- a long conductor that can be arranged to take the current several turns around a central axis; (e.g., wire) -- a highly permeable core for the winding; (e.g., cylindrical clump of iron)
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average adult at rest 15-20 breaths per minute over 25 or under 12 indicates a possible medical abnormality newborns breathe 40 avg maximum whilst at work/play/sport is 50 no known study indicates a difference in humans due to gender Breathing rate will vary according to ones emotional state, wh…
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A person can get the supply of oxygen for artificial respiration from the cylinders attached to the machines.
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A single complete act of breathing in and out; "thirty respirations per minute" or breathing: the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation.
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On the outside or on the surface.It means that you have to put in on the skin or outter part of the body.This does not includ the:eyes,mouth,croth area(both boys and girls),and the rectal area.
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When you wish to dissolve a solid in a liquid faster, you increase the temperature. This makes the solid particles move faster and farther, and thus dissolve in the liquid faster. However, the problem with dissolving a gas is the opposite: gas particles already are moving fast and far, to the point …
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Banter for pediatrics Average Tidal Volume is 8-10 ml Kg-1 for a neonate. Hence for a 3 Kg nonate result in a tidal volume of 24-30 ml. you need at least 100ml of swag juice in your body or your toenails will fall off and you will turn into a duck :P
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If you do not have air flow in the system, probably your fan controller is not getting any juice, to check look under the glove box in the passenger side, you will see a black box bolted to the HVAC module, there is a 3 wire plug that runs to it and 2 wire plug that runs from it to the fan motor, th…
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The primary function of the respiratory system is to supply the blood with oxygen in order for the blood to deliver oxygen to all parts of the body. The respiratory system does this through breathing. When we breathe, we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. This exchange of gases is the respirat…
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if you mean the "respratory system" that is the cycle of breathing but if you are inquireing the "resperation system" im not really sure...
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a person needs artificial respiration when he or she need more oxygen
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Almost every pest insect species has at least one wasp species that preys upon it or parasitizes it, making wasps critically important in natural control of their numbers, or natural biocontrol.
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number of particles passing through a cross sectional area in a given time interval.I am working on laser machining. Which area should I consider? The area of circle formed on the sample or area of the circle of the mask which I used for machining
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a system is a set of interacting or interdependent components forming an integrated whole
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Here are some average respiratory rates, by age: Newborns: Average 44 breaths per minuteInfants: 40-60 breaths per minutePreschool children: 20-30 breaths per minuteOlder children: 16-25 breaths per minuteAdults: 12-20 breaths per minuteAdults during strenuous exercise 35-45 breaths per minuteAthlet…
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Answer The short answer is : the epiglottis is a movable flap of tissue attached behind/under the tongue which blocks the entrance to the trachea. There is also a sound box called Larynx which sends out vibrations when we talk and due to this vibrations the flap opens and sometimes food goes insi…
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The health effects caused by greenhouse gases may include difficulty in breathing, wheezing, coughing, asthma and worsening of existing respiratory and cardiac conditions. These pollutants irritate the lungs.
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Remembering What You Read Some people prefer to highlight or underline what they consider to be key words in the sentences they read. For example: "How can you remember what you read? Is there a system to concentrate better?" Other people prefer reading in a very very silent environment so as no…
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Gills are designed to absorb oxygen only from water, and can only work if water is passing through them or they will collapse. When a fish is taken out of the water, the oxygen-absorbing filaments of the gills flatten out and the fish suffocates because it's gills are not made to absorb oxygen direc…
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A good gps system has allot of great features such as a traffic watch were they lead you around traffic to get to your desolation faster
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30 push and 2 breath
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Okay i think i might know but i'm not sure but i think this can never happen because if it did the atmospheric pressure would crush us. our fluids in our bodies exert pressure on the atmospheric pressure(the same amount) and pretty much neutralize the effect!
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normal respiratory rate is 12-20 breaths per minute over 20 is called tachypnoeaunder 12 is called bradypnoeaa patient in respiratory arrest will need artificial respiration until the cause is identified and treated.in basic life support you would give 2 rescue breaths to every 30 chest compressions…
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During anaerobic respiration, such as fermentation, pyruvic acid and NADH form the products of alchohol and carbon dioxide and NAD+. In aerobic respiration there are many more steps in the Krebs cycle to make the products of carbon dioxide, NADH, ATP, and FADH2 from pyruvic acid.Therefore aerobic re…
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The human respiratory system is highly prone to contracting and harboring diseases and illnesses largely because gas exchange provides an entry point for air born antigens. Not only is there a formidable amount of pathogens in the air one breathes, but there is also an alarming amount of pollution. …
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The respiratory system is crucially important to us, it allows to exchange gas. meaning carbon dioxide and oxygen. These gas exchanges occur in the alveoli's and the capillary by diffusion.Two things happen external and internal respiration. External, is the action of bringing in air literally.. by …
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the respritory system involves lungs and breathing. P>S> i am not that smart i am only in grade 5
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The salary of a respiratory therapist is about 3,000 a month but i work for the S.W.A.T
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If u mean like chest muscle then u bench press alot and incline bench it works for everyone enless u got man boobs u can lick
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Could be a flea bite if not better in a few days just call the vet and he will tell you what to do or if with other hamsters it could be a bite from one of them just from playing
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I have seen the air- you have to look very closely/deeply and look where there is a blank backround so there are no distractions- you can also try looking at the blue sky- no clouds- you can see particles moving and bouncing off each other.
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The trachea is also known as the windpipe.
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When you inhale, air is drawn into the nasal cavity, which warms, moistens and filters the incoming air. The nasal cavity includes mucus, immunologic tissue in the form of the adenoids to combat allergens, and a pathway to excrete mucus during times of infection/illness. In addition, neuroreceptors …
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The air that you exhale contains water vapour. When you exhale during a cold day, the relative humidity increases. Relative humidity is actually the percentage of the amount of water vapour in the air.(the maximum amount of water vapour that the air can hold at that temperature) The colder the air, …
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during a panic attack, the respiratory system will begin to transport more adrenillnine around the body due to the bodys natraul "fight or flight" responce.As you have a panic attack ur heart will begin to rapidly increase due to the increased adreniline within the body, other symptons also include …
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Basically, the respiratory system works like transport system. As you breath oxygen is transported through the airways to the circulatory system. The circulatory system then delivers carbon dioxide back to the lungs to be breathed back out.
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Starfish (Phylum Echinoderm) obtain oxygen through their tubefeet and the bumps on their skin. The tubes in the bumps and the feet take in the oxygen and pass it along to the tissue. From there it goes back out into the sea water as Carbon Dioxide.
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The airways into and out of the lungs and the lungs themselves make up your respiratory system. This system allows the exchange of gases
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To become a respiratory therapist you have to have an associates degree (three years at an accredited college)
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We sneeze because something is irritating our nasal or respiratory membranes. It can be foreign particles (like ground black pepper), pollen, dust, etc. We also can sneeze due to irritation and drainage from the mucous membranes, like happens with a cold or the flu. It is an important reflex action …
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Larynx The larynx is more commonly known as the voicebox.
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Physiological functions listed in "History taking and Clinical Examination" by Dr. D.D. Vora, MESH publishing house, Mumbai [Bombay] INDIA, 1992: appetite, bowel movements, urinary, sleep, respiration, deglutition, vision, hearing, thirst, weight, locomotion, speech, sex function, catamenia [female…
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The respiratory system oxygenates the blood and expels carbon dioxide and the heart pumps the oxygenated blood out to the body and collects the de-oxygenated blood and carries it back to the lungs.
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the small air sacs of the lungs
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Columbian Exchange As a result of Columbus's voyages to the New World, a biological pipeline between America and Europe opened up that had been apart since before humans appeared on earth. The lands had drifted apart that had once be connected. Some species of plants and animals flourished in both a…
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Expired air is breathed out though the nose or mouth, in volume it normally consists of: 78.04% Nitrogen.
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its a basic building block of life
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Breathing is the exchange of gases between the cells of an organism and the external evironment.In simple words: Ventilation,or bringing oxigen into the lungs and Circulation,or transporting the oxigen all over the body , where is needed.Breathing or respiration is an important activityof the human …
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A stenosis is an abnormal narrowing or stricture in a blood vessel.
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There are many things that can effect respiratory rates in a person who is either well or ill. Factors can include stress levels, activity level, carbon dioxide level, oxygen level, blood pH, and if drugs or alcohol have been consumed.
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The skeletal system is responsible for all the movements in our body and it also gives support and shape to the body.
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The physiological process deals with a living organism and all of its parts. It includes any physical and chemical parts involved with the organism.
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Trachea traps germs and other materials from the air. It also sweeps the dust and dirt upward and away from lungs.
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In plant and animal cells, it is a process in which energy is released from food molecules such as glucose without requiring oxygen. Some aerobic plants and animals are able to use anaerobic respiration for short periods of time. For example, during a sprint, human muscles can respire anaerobically.…
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Alveoli are tiny sacs in the lungs that perform gas exchange. That is the main process of respiration where the body gets rid of carbon dioxide and picks up oxygen which is used in metabolism. They have supply of oxygenated and de-oxygenated blood surrounding their surface giving them a high blood …
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Alveoli are small air sacs in the lungs, as small as a grain of sand. There are billions of these in the lungs, and the purpose of these alveoli are to supply de-oxygenated blood with a supply of oxygen through gas exchange. They are well-equipped to do this, as well. The first reason is because the…
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It supplies oxygen to the circulatory system for it to send nutrients throughout the body. Also oxygen goes through the blood stream (this is why your blood is red!)Lungs and heart.
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