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13 Cards in this Set

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The amount of air that may be forcible expired after a normal quiet respiration
supplemental air and it is also the expiratory reserve volume and measures approx. 1600 cc
The volume of air that can be exhaled after maximal inspiration and this amount equals the sum of the tidal air, complemental air, and the supplemental air
vital capacity
The respiration rate for a newborn
30 to 80 per minute
The respiration rate for the 1st year
20 to 40 per minute
The respiration rate for the 5th year
20 to 25 per minute
The respiration rate for the 15th year
15 to 20 per minute
The respiration rate for an adult
15 to 20 per minute
The structure that serves as an air passageway, warms and moistens air, it's cilia and mucous membranes trap dust, pollen,bacteria, and other foreign matters,contains the olefactory receptors which sort out odors, and aids in phonation
The structure that serves as a passageway for air and food, aids in phonation by changing it's shape
The structure that produces vocal sounds
The structure that provides an open passageway for air to the lung
The structure that provides a passageway for air to and from the lung
The structure that brings air into intimate contact with blood so that oxygen and carbon dioxide can be changed in the aveoli