Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure
How do you Use the following words in a sentence oxygen ATP breathing and mitochondria?
the other word for breathing is oxygen
How do you use the following words in a sentence ATP oxygen breathing and mitochondria?
By breathing oxygen, humans create more ATP so that their mitochondria do not fail. ...
Asked in First Aid, CPR
How long should you look for movement and check for breathing and a pulse following the first 2 minutes of rescue breathing?
Look, listen, and feel for 10 seconds.
Asked in Blood
What happens to the blood concentration level of carbon dioxide following increased breathing?
With increased breathing, levels of carbon dioxide in the blood drop and levels of oxygen rise. ...
Asked in Emergency Preparedness, CPR
What are the conditions that must exist before performing CPR?
Unconciousness, no respiration and no pulse. For the lay rescuer, the following conditions must exist before performing CPR: Adult: Not breathing and no signs of life (no movement, no breathing). Child / Infant: Not breathing and no pulse. ...
Asked in Drug Addiction
What is harmful about the feelings of excitement following the use of an inhalant?
They signal that a chemical is replacing the oxygen the user is breathing ...
Asked in Example Sentences
What is the good sentence for the word overshadowed?
I thought my headstand act was good, but I was overshadowed immediately with the following fire breathing display. ...
Asked in Windows XP
What are possible complications of an open biopsy?
infection or lung collapse. Death occurs in about 1 in 3000 cases. If the patient has very severe breathing problems before the biopsy, breathing may be slightly impaired following the operation ...
What kind of medication is used for difficulty of breathing following a bee sting?
If someone has difficulty breathing after a bee sting, they should seek professional medical help and not try and self medicate. They could go into anaphylactic shock which is potentially fatal. ...
Asked in Lungs
What risks are associated with the open biopsy method of lung biopsy?
Possible complications of an open biopsy include infection or pneumothorax. If the patient has very severe breathing problems before the biopsy, breathing may be further impaired following the operation. ...
Asked in CPR
What does cab stand for in CPR?
The good news is that in 2010, the American Heart Association (AHA) changedCPR's longstanding A-B-C (Airway, Breathing, Compressions) sequence to C-A-B(Compressions, Airway, Breathing). The old A-B-C sequence for CPR consisted of the following steps: ... Breathing - Pinch the victim's nose and breathe into the mouth. ...
Asked in Medical Terminology
Which of the following are breathing conditions A.apnea dyspnea tachypnea C.trichomycosis pilosebaceous B.rhinostenosis nasomental D. thoracopathy thoracotomy?
A. Apnea, dyspnea, and tachypnea
Asked in Medical Terminology
What are different words for breathing?
Synonyms for the word "breathing" meaning to take air in and let it out include the following: Ventilations, respirations, inhale, insufflate, exhale, inspire and expire, and others such as draw in, gasp, pant, puff, sigh, snort, wheeze, use lungs and billow. ...
Asked in Health
What is breathing at a high rate?
There are a number of answers for breathing at a rapid rate. Tachypnea is abnormally rapid breathing as used in general. The following others are also used. In adult humans at rest, any respiratory rate between 12 and 20 breaths per minute is normal and tachypnea is indicated by a rate greater than 20 breaths per minute. Children have significantly higher resting ventilatory rates, which decline rapidly during the first three years of life and then steadily until around 18 years. Some describe tachypnea...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Vital Signs
Victims of shock usually experience the following altered mental status?
Anxiety, restlessness, altered conciousness physical signs: pale, moist skin, blueish, rapid breathing ...
Why does a diver feel difficulty in breathing in depth of ocean?
Following the law of F=Rho.g.h The deeper the diver goes the more the force is exerted on them increases. Making it harder to breath. ...
Asked in Biology, Zoology or Animal Biology, Tomatoes
How do you classify living organisms that do anything they want?
They all show the following characteristics of life: Movement Reproduction Sensitivity Control their internal condition Respiration Excretion Nutrition Growth breathing ...
Asked in Pediatric Conditions and Diseases
Which of the following signs of respiratory distress is typically unique to infants and children?
The signs of respiratory distress in infants and children are grunting, increased rate of breathing, chest retraction and difficulty in feeding. ...
Asked in Tubal Ligation, CPR
When performing rescue breathing which one of the following is the most common reason for inability to ventilate the lungs adequately?
The airway is not completely open because the head is not tilted back far enough. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
How do thoracic fractures affect oxygen level and breathing?
following fractures of T5 and T10 vertebrae, shortness of breath is a problem and oxygen level decreased to 93. Anyone with an idea why this is occurring? ...