QUIZ
Lung volumes
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15 questions
Q. What muscles are used in breathing in and breathing out?
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diaphragm and intercostals
diaphragm and lungs
lungs and ribs
lungs and diaphragm
Q. What equipment is used to measure air being inspired and expired?
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spirometre
spirometer
inspirometer
expirometer
Q. What is the volume that remains in the lungs even after a forceful exhale
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expiratory reserve
residual volume
inspiratory reserve
total lung capacity
Q. Which factor affects lung volume?
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Age
Gender
Body Size
All of These
Q. The volume of a normal breath 
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3000mL
2400mL
1200mL
500mL
Q. What is the volume of one breath called?
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minute ventilation
inspiratory capacity
tidal volume
vital capacity
Q. The amount of air you can force out after a normal breath out
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Expiratory Reserve
Functional Residual Capacity
Vital Capacity
Inspiratory Capacity
Q. The amount of air you can still inhale after a normal breath in
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Vital Capacity
Inspiratory Reserve
Functional Residual Capacity
Inspiratory Capacity
Q.

Respiratory rate is..

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Amount of breaths you take in a minute

Heart Rate

Volume of air expired

Volume of air in the lungs

Q. The maximum air you can get in and out of your lungs
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Vital Capacity
Total Lung Capacity
Residual Volume
Inspiratory Reserve Volume
Q. The Maximum Volume of air that you can get in and out of your lungs
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6000mL
4800mL
3600mL
500mL
Q. What is the role of the alveoli?
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to remove air
allow air to travel to the alvelous
gaseous exchange and diffusion
Q. When air pressure inside the lungs is less than air pressure in the atmosphere...
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Air moves into the lungs
Air moves out of the lungs
Q. What is the function of the bronchi?
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Transport air from nose to lungs
Transport air from trachea to lungs
Transport air from lungs to alveoli
Transport air from alveoli to blood
Q.

What is the role of the surfactant secreted on the surface of the alveoli?

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To increase the gas exchange surface area

To reduce surface tension

To maintain lung elasticity

To preserve the volume of the amniotic fluid

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