Respiratory System

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.
trachea, bronchi, brochioles, terminal bronchioles, respiratorybronchioles, alveolar ducts, alverolar sacs
Pulmonary Fibrosis is the formation of fibrous tissue in the lung. It was described by the doctor as the lung turning to leather. It can also be described as scarring of the lung. We were told that there is no known cause.
If the manual ventilation is not performed correctly it leads tostomach inflation and thus leads to gastricregurgitation,aspiration, pneumonia.This stomach inflation mayincrease intra-gastric pressure, restrict lung movements, and soreduce the respiratory system compliance.
A amphibian has neither lungs or gills
Gas exchange transportation Supplying the blood with oxygen (which can then be transferred to the cells ), and cleaning it from CO2 ( carbon dioxide ). Or simply: breathing.
The lung capacities are measurements of two or more volumes. Thevital capacity (VC) measures the maximum amount of air that can beinhaled or exhaled during a respiratory cycle. It is the sum of theexpiratory reserve volume, tidal volume, and inspiratory reservevolume. The inspiratory capacity (IC)...
PTB stands for Pulmonary Tuberculosis. It is located in your rightlung, the upper lobe. You were exposed to the bacteria, could havebeen by a cough or sneeze.
yes you have a esophagus for when you eat food that has muscles that pushes food down to your stomach, that's why you can swallow even if your upside down and you have a trachea for air.
It depends on your size , but also the area you grewup in. People who live in areas with thinner airwill develop larger lungs.
polloution, gas, cancer, sprays (etc.)
To better aid in the critical job of gas exchange. That is also whythey utilize simple squamous as their preferred cell type Lesscells to go through to exchange Oxygen and carbon dioxide.
The Pharynx is the part of the throat that is behind the mouth andnasal cavity and above the esophagus and the trachea, or the tubesgoing down to the stomach and lungs.
Organ Structure Larynx. -made up of cartilage- contains the vocal cords; two highly elasticfolds. Trachea. - ahollow tube surrounded by tough, flexible C-shaped cartilage rings-lined with cilia - lined with mucus secreting cells. Lung. -composed of the bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli.
Lung capacity or lung volume is the amount of air a person's lungs can hold. The average human's lungs hold 6 liters of air. Lung volume can change depending on one's altitude, age, gender, height, and activities (including sports, singing, playing woodwind instruments, etc.) among others.
breathing in, expands the chest which in turn lowers the pressure in the thoracic cavity. The lower pressure causes air to fill the lungs, the same lower pressure cause the pressure in the right atria to be lower, allowing for more blood to flow in, increasing the venous input thus increasing the...
The cells in the trachea has got cilia. These cilia play veryimportant role in respiration. They expel any foreign particles outof your respiratory tract. These cilia gets damages by chronic andsevere smoking. The stratified ciliated epithelium is replaced bystratified squamous epithelium. It no...
Without the lungs you wouldn't be able to get oxegen or carbon dioxide in your body.That is why the lungs is a very important part of your respitory system.
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...
I'm not a real smart person n all but i think it goes down a certain pipe down your throat, into your lungs and then out again
the atmosphere
If it is not removed immediately, a person will die.
Rich endoplasmic reticulum
They are many theories as to why we yawn but no one knows positively. Click the link to read more.
Oxygen (O2) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
It allows for rapid diffusion of gasses.
they have different structure of circulatory system
tuberculosis is a respiratory disease and the first and foremost attack will be ob the alveoli in the lungs. symptoms are blood with sputum , loss of appetite , vomit ( may be with blood ).
1. Your respiratory system brings in oxygen and takes out carbon dioxide, which is very important for every system in your body. 2. If your body is in metabolic alkalisis, which means you have a pH above normal range of 7.35-7.45, your respiratory system will respond with slower breathing to...
Expand into the trachea when swallowing a food bolus (chunk of food)
Many things can harm the lungs. Like smoking, or any smoke ingeneral that may be dangerous to your health. Pollution is anotherone, even though it may not be as harmful to the lungs as smokewould be.
Rheumatoid arthritis ' may lead to pleuritis, that is, Fluid may collect around one or both lungs. Lungs may develop pulmonary fibrosis i.e tissues may become stiff or overgrown. The upshot of these conditions being difficulty with breathing.
Answer . Lungs get coated with soot, which reduces their ability to act as an exchange barrier, making breathing and gaseous exchange harder.
the blood that returns to the lungs is deoxygenated9 devoid of oxygen) and so blood returns to the lungs to expel the carbon dioxide and to get full supply of oxygen so that it can supply oxygen to the various cells of the body
I don't know what he's saying(= What im saying is that if you beath though your nose arnt you breathing though your lungs
Yes it does. I yawn all evening and my eyes tear a lot. Chewing gum stops it.
They exchange them through spiracles .
there are a bunch of tubes in our system that help us breath way better...i think lungs would be part but i dont have a specific name for it....(nice kids using the internet for your homework) lol :)
The lungs are part of the respiratory system! they help the circulatory by giving oxygen, but they are just respiratory.
they supply oxygen to red blood cells, which in turn supplies oxygen to your muscles and brain...which are required to live.
One breath every 5 seconds for an adult, 1 breath every 3 seconds for an Infant & Child.
There is a continuum. On the one hand, lifestyle choices, like smoking cigarettes, significantly predisposes an individual to lung cancer. On the other hand, some sarcomas (of the muscle) seem to be mostly genetically mediated. And, of course, there are the in-between cases, in which both lifestyle...
pseudostratified columnar epithelium to ciliated columnar epithelium in the smaller bronchioles
all the heat and BLACK smoke.
Tuberculosis Histoplasmosis Extrinsic allergic alveolitis Silicosis Coal workers pneumoconiosis Ankylosing spondylitis Radiotherapy Sarcoidosis
On average a person will pass out at the 2 min. mark but trained professionals can hold up to 11 mins.
Human lungs do not react well to any form of smoke inhalation; intentional or unintentional.
Oxygen and carbon dioxide is exchanged.
Air entering a tracheostomy would not be warmed, filtered for removal of microorganisms and dust particles, or humidified by the nasal passages or oropharynx. The patient may experience irritation around and inside the tracheostomy opening (due to dryness), coughing, and respiratory infections.
no probably not because they need it to purify their air so thedont get stufff like carbon monoxide in their lungs yikes
If, when you exhaled, all the air in your lungs escaped you wouldn't receive a substantial amount of oxygen to nurish your lungs or your body for that matter. .
The lungs clean your blood, the other strucs allow you to talk.
By hyperventilating , or overbreathing, there is a rapid decreaseof carbon dioxide in the blood. To regain balance, breath throughpursed lips or cover mouth and one nostril until the episodesubsides.
Anything you breathe in, dust, germs particulates, all pass through the lungs, so no; the air inside would not be sterile. It'd be contaminated by anything you've taken in.
Brewing: yeast is added to warm malt (crushed germinating barley seeds in water). The yeast respires anaerobically, fermenting the sugar, maltose, in the malt and producing ethanol. Hops are usually added to the beer to give it a pleasant bitter taste. Wine making: Grapes are crushed to extract...
describe and explain the commercial uses of anaerobic respiration in alcohol and bread.
Answer . No, but they will not pull so hard on the leash afterwards.. Answer . It is believed that over a period of several years, a lot of the visible damage is repaired - so much of the tar, etc, in the lungs is eventually removed - but it depends on how long you have been smoking for, and how...
When we pull back the muscles and skin, the first organs we can see are the liver and heart .. The lungs are the essential organs of respiration; they are two in number, placed one on either side within the thorax, and separated from each other by the heart and other contents of the...
Aerobic power refers to the maximum amount of oxygen a person cantake in during exercise. Aerobic power is also called aerobiccapacity.
Oxygen is picked up from your lungs and distributed throughout the body by red blood cells which travel through the blood-stream to the heart.... :) the waste gas is carried to the lungs by the circulatory system are able to pass from the cappillaries to the alveoli so they can be removed from...
Gases as a law exist independently of each other Gases move rapidly and randomly So in the alveoli (lungs air bags) we have "fresh" air entering this has Approx 80% Nitrogen 19%oxygen and a little carbon-di-oxide and other gases. In our blood we have high carbon-di-oxide levels in the air we...
No, bronchi is a passage of airway in the respiratory tract that conducts air into the lungs. No gas exchange takes place in this part of the lungs.
emphysema broken down of alvoli the oxygenation process decries andrespiration rate incise ,its due to smoking in 90% .c o p d is bigterminology use
The lungs are part of the respiratory (breathing) system.
because its respritory system is in direct contact with a watery environment
If by "broken" you mean not able to exchange air (CO2 and Oxygen), then the likely answer is Emphysema. The air sacs (called aveoli) are elastic-like and they inflate and collapse completely in a healthy lung. With Emphysema, they gradually lose more and more of this elasticity, and remain partly...
The walls of alveoli are thin to allow the exchange of gases (Co2 and O2) between blood capillaries and the aveoli in the lungs.
The function of oxygen is this that it it is a mutual source to give energy to plants and to the human beings. The mutual function of carbon dioxide is this that it can live up the plants
A lot. Dogs, Cats. Almost all animals have lungs.
The larynx is not part of the digestive system, but it is where your air is carried after you inhale.
No, they begin in the lower part of the bronchial tree.