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Trachea
windpipe
breath
bronchi
the airways that connect the trachea to the lungs
fly
pharynx
the throat
sore
larynx
voicebox
blah blah
respiration
the exchanges of gases between your enviroment and your body
work out
pleurisy
an inflammation of the membrane lining the lungs and chest cavity
way out
pneumonia
inflammation of the lungs caused by infectious organisms
germs
tuberculosis
an infectious bacterial disease of the lungs
bug
bronchitis
inflammation of the bronchi (weezing, couhing, either acute or chronic
drops
emphysema
the alveoli in the lungs bursts and blends to form fewer, larger sacs with less surface area
olive
What are three things you do to avoid respitory problems?
exercise regulary, avoid pollutants (smoking), wash hands and avoid contact with bacteria
clean
What are three things you can do to aviod cardiovascular problems?
maintain a healthy weight, avoid tobacco, alcohol, and drugs, get plenty of physical activity, manage stress
clean
cilia
tiny nose hairs
gross
RH Negative
blood without RH factor
red
Coronary Arteries
provide heart with oxygen rich blood
love
plasma
the fluid in which the other parts of blood are supended
liquid
Red blood cells
carry oxygen from the lungs to body tissues where oxygen is exchange for carbon dioxide
switch
white blood cells
protect body against infection and fight infection
block
Platelets
prevent blood loss
dont go
arteriosclerois
hardening of arteries
tough
cardiac arrest
heart stops so blood fails to properly flow
end
hypertension
high blood pressure
sugar
fibrillation
the rapid ineffective beating of the heart in one of two chambers called ventricles
fast
stroke
an interruption of the flow of blood to any part of brain
break
leukemia
cancer caused by abnormal production of white blood cells in bone marrow, white blood cells mess up functions of organs
different
hemophilla
inherited bleeding problem, blood clots poorly clot if clot at all, continous bleeding into joints after injury or out of the blue
red red red
heart murmur
unusual heart beat caused by a narrow valve that is too narrow causing blood to be pushed through the restricted opening with more force than normal or a valve does not close properly allowing blood to leak back through it
abnormal
congenital heart disease
heart disease occuring at birth
baby
anemia
hemoglobin is low in blood, body cells lack oxygen
little
arteries
the vessels that carry blood to and away from the heart
by hi
capillaries
the vessels that carry blood between the arterioles and small vessels called venules
within
veins
the vessels that return deoxygenated blood toward the heart and through the bodys organs and tissues
no air
external respiration
the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the blood and air in your lungs
switch
diaphragm
a muscle that seperates the chest and abdominal cavaties
strong