Respiratory Physiology Lecture 2

Rachel O' Flynn
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1st med Respiratory Physiology Quiz on Respiratory Physiology Lecture 2, created by Rachel O' Flynn on 02/10/2018.

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Question 1

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What is Patm? [blank_start]Atmospheric Pressure[blank_end]
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  • Atmospheric Pressure

Question 2

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What is Pip? [blank_start]Intrapleural Pressure[blank_end]
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  • Intrapleural Pressure

Question 3

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What is Ptp? [blank_start]Transpulmonary Pressure[blank_end]
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  • Transpulmonary Pressure

Question 4

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Which of the following equations is correct?
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  • Pt=Palv-Pip
  • Pt=Palv+Pip
  • Pip=Palv-Ptp
  • Pip=Palv+Ptp

Question 5

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[blank_start]Volumes[blank_end] of all gases depends on gas [blank_start]temperature[blank_end] and [blank_start]pressure[blank_end]
Answer
  • Volumes
  • Temperatures
  • Pressures
  • temperature
  • volume
  • pressure
  • pressure
  • volume
  • temperature

Question 6

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Movement of gas between different body compartments takes place along gradients of
Answer
  • Partial Pressure
  • Concentration
  • Gas tension

Question 7

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Gas partial pressure is explained by
Answer
  • Dalton's Law
  • Charles' Law
  • Boyle's Law
  • Henry's Law

Question 8

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Who's Law is this? The volume of a gas is inversely related to pressure
Answer
  • Boyle's
  • Dalton's
  • Charles'
  • Henry's

Question 9

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A certain amount of O2 has a volume of 400 mL at 760 mm Hg What is the volume of the same amount of O2 at 380 mm Hg?
Answer
  • 800mL
  • 750mL
  • 850mL
  • 825mL

Question 10

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Who's Law is this? The volume of a gas is directly related to absolute temperature of the gas
Answer
  • Charles'
  • Dalton's
  • Henry's
  • Boyle's

Question 11

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In Charles' Law what unit is used for temperature?
Answer
  • Celsius
  • Farenheit
  • Kelvin

Question 12

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A certain amount of O2 has a volume of 400 mL at 0C What is the volume of same amount of O2 at 40C?
Answer
  • 459mL
  • 461mL
  • 439mL
  • 447mL

Question 13

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Which of these are components of the General Gas Law
Answer
  • Pressure in Pascals
  • Volume in metres cubed
  • Volume in Litres
  • Pressure in Kilopascals
  • Temperature in Kelvin
  • Temperature in Celsius

Question 14

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Volume of gas at 30 oC (303 K) & 760 mm Hg = 450 mL Same volume of gas at alƟtude (↓P and ↓T) What is volume at 10 oC (283 K) and 700 mm Hg
Answer
  • 456mL
  • 460mL
  • 446mL

Question 15

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Who's Law is this? The total pressure of a gas mixture is the sum of the partial pressures of the individual gases
Answer
  • Dalton's
  • Charles'
  • Boyle's
  • Henry's

Question 16

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The actual amount of a gas in solution (at given partial pressure and [blank_start]temperature[blank_end]) depends on the [blank_start]solubility[blank_end] of that gas in that particular liquid
Answer
  • solubility
  • affinity
  • attraction
  • temperature
  • volume

Question 17

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At a given [blank_start]temperature[blank_end] the amount of a gas in solution is proportional to partial pressure of that gas
Answer
  • temperature

Question 18

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CO2 is [blank_start]very[blank_end] soluble in plasma
Answer
  • very
  • not
  • rather
  • slightly

Question 19

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Carbon Dioxide is very soluble in plasma, Oxygen is less soluble and Nitrogen is the least soluble.
Answer
  • True
  • False
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