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When alpha-1 antitrypsin levels are too low to control the production of elastase, elastase builds up and begins to destroy healthy tissue.
This destruction marks the beginning of
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
A Emphysema
The genus name for diphtheria is
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Corynebacterium
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Respiradyne
F Mesothelioma
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
C Corynebacterium*
Warfarin, Coumadin, heparin.
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
C Anticoagulants
A deadly, odorless by-product produced when fossil fuels are burned.
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Corynebacterium
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Respiradyne
F Mesothelioma
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
H Carbon monoxide
condition in which the right side of the heart fails to pump a sufficient amount of blood to the lungs.
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Corynebacterium
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Respiradyne
F Mesothelioma
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
L Cor pulmonale
An electronic instrument that measures pulmonary function.
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Respiradyne
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Washout
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
C Respiradyne
A collection of pus in the pleural cavity.
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
E Pyothorax
Thickening of bronchial walls by edema or fibrosis, as seen on chest x-ray in cardiac failure and other acute and chronic respiratory disorders.
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Corynebacterium
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Respiradyne
F Mesothelioma
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
B Peribronchial cuffing
The organism that causes tuberculosis is
A Mesothelioma
B ARDS
C Acid-fast bacillus
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
C Acid-fast bacillus
A patient exhibiting symptoms of tachypnea, dyspnea, tachycardia, hypoxemia, and cyanosis would likely be diagnosed with
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H ARDS
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Mesothelioma
L Cor pulmonale
H. ARDS
A nebulization solution that reduces respiratory viscoelasticity of sputum in cystic fibrosis patients
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
I Pulmicort
Mantoux, Heaf, and tine would be examples of ________ tests.
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
K Tuberculin
The ________ phase is at the conclusion of an inhalation phase of a ventilation scan.
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Washout
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
G Washout
Inhalation of asbestos fibers causes this disease.
A Emphysema
B Mesothelioma
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E ARDS
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
A Emphysema
Coal miners would be at risk of acquiring
A Emphysema
B Peribronchial cuffing
C Anticoagulants
D Pneumocystis carinii
E Pyothorax
F Anthracosis
G Pulmozyme
H Carbon monoxide
I Pulmicort
J Silicosis
K Tuberculin
L Cor pulmonale
F Anthracosis