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Knife makes incision Tracheotomy hole
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Intubated pen barrel
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Fig 99 The Heimlich maneuver and an emergency tracheotomy (A) George makes
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the universal choking signal, prompting a nearby waitress to perform the Heimlich maneuver (B) A doctor makes an incision into the neck with a steak knife, then inserts his pen into the resulting tracheotomy hole The hollow pen barrel intubates the hole, thereby establishing a new airway below the laryngeal steak obstruction
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assistance Grabbing the sharp steak knife from George s dinner plate, the doctor slammed George onto his back and performed an emergency tracheotomy (trayk-ee-AHT-oh-me) (Examine Figure 99, B) This involves the process of making a cut or incision (-otomy) into the front of the windpipe (trache) This small, temporary opening let just enough air into poor George s lungs to prevent a deadly state of tissue anoxia, unconsciousness, and quick death by asphyxiation (suffocation)! To maintain a patent (PAT-ent) or open airway, the doctor took a pen out of his shirt pocket and removed the ink cartridge He then used the empty barrel to intubate (IN-too-bait) George s trachea After the pen tube (tub) had been inserted into (in-) the windpipe, any accidental closing of the tracheotomy opening was prevented This allowed poor George to ventilate (VEN-tih-layt) normally until the paramedics and ambulance arrived
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(A) Extract the root and suf x from the word, apnea Now, combine them with the pre x in tachycardia ( 8) Write down the resulting medical term
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What is its common English translation (B) During the description of the Heimlich maneuver, the rescuer s st was placed against the choking victim s substernal area What is the literal meaning of substernal To which speci c bone does it refer [Check your short answers with the key near the end of this chapter]
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Refer to the text in this chapter if necessary A good score is at least 8 correct answers out of these 10 questions The answers are listed in the back of this book 1 Respiration differs from ventilation in that: (a) Respiration is actually a process of gas exchange (b) Ventilation involves the exchange of CO2 for O2 (c) Respiration requires conscious effort (d) Ventilation in humans occurs by a mechanical, nonliving process 2 The upper respiratory tract includes the: (a) Trachea, bronchi, and lungs (b) Pharynx, larynx, and trachea (c) Oral cavity, nasal cavity, and gonads (d) Nasal cavity, pharynx, and esophagus 3 The exact opposite of inspiration is: (a) Aspiration (b) Respiration (c) Inhalation (d) Expiration 4 Catarrh represents: (a) A musical instrument related to the guitar (b) Severe coughing spells (c) Runny nose (d) Fainting episodes 5 Respiratory in uenza is: (a) Just another name for the stomach u (b) Basically identical to acute coryza/rhinitis (c) An incurable carcinoma of the respiratory tree (d) Infection with a non-cold virus that results in cough, hyperthermia, and chills
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6 The very end-part of the respiratory tree : (a) Bronchiole (b) Pulmonary alveolus (c) Primary bronchi (d) Epiglottis 7 Named the element, oxygen, and discovered its role in human metabolism: (a) Shen Nung (b) Henry Cabot Lodge (c) Antoine Lavoisier (d) William Shepherd 8 The only part of the so-called respiratory system that actually participates in the respiratory process: (a) Bronchioles (b) Pulmonary alveoli (c) Laryngeal prominence (d) Vocal cords 9 Hyperventilation is properly dissected with slash marks as: (a) Hy/perv/entil/ation (b) H/yper/ventila/tion (c) Hyper/venti/la/tion (d) Hyper/ventil/a/tion 10 The word, hypoxia, indicates what speci c body condition (a) Insuf cient tissue O2 concentration (b) An excessive amount of carbon dioxide in the trachea (c) Extremely high alveolar nitrogen content (d) A complete absence of breathing
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Several key facts were tagged with numbered icons in the page margins of this chapter Write a short summary of each of these key facts into a numbered cell or compartment within the appropriate type of Memory Pillbox that appears below
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