JEOPARDY - 4.files.edl.io

JEOPARDY - 4.files.edl.io

Rules 1) You will have 20 minutes to look over the Jeopardy papers (work with your groups from last time). 2) When it is your groups turn, I will roll the dice to determine which person answers 30 seconds 3) If you ask (or receive any help/hints from) your group, you only get half credit. 30 seconds 4) If the group cannot produce an answer, all groups may answer by writing the answer on the white boards. You receive half credit if you answer it correctly but will lose half credit if you answer it

incorrectly. 5) Winning team receives +2. 2nd place receives +1. JEOPARDY THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM INTRODU CTION

100 200 300 400 500 RESPIRATI ON 100

200 300 400 500 RESPIRATIO DISEASES N AGAIN 100 200

300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500

MISC. 100 200 300 400 500 INTRO 100 Windpipe

Where vocal cords are located Check Ans wer INTRO 100 Trachea Larynx Go Back to G

ame Board INTRO 200 These are 3 functions of the respiratory system Check Answer INTRO 200

A. Air Distributor B. Gas Exchange (Alveoli) and Blood C. Warms and Humidifies air

D. Filters particles E. Influence Speech F. Cellular Respiration G. Sense of Smell; Regulation of pH of Blood Go Back to G ame Board INTRO 300

Common passageway for food and air The trachea splits into these structures These are the Branches of those structures Gas exchange occurs here Check Ans wer INTRO 300

Common passageway for food and air = pharynx The trachea splits into these structures = Bronchi These are the Branches of those structures = Bronchioles Gas exchange occurs here = Alveoli Go Back to G ame Board INTRO 400 These are the 3 parts of the pharynx and the location of

each part These hair-like structures move mucous from the nasal cavity towards the pharynx These are the miniature vessels that will exchange gas within the lungs Check Answer INTRO 400

These are the 3 parts of the pharynx and the location of each part = Naso = back of nasal cavity = Oro = Throat =Laryngo = near Larynx These hair-like structures move mucous from the nasal cavity towards the pharynx = Cilia These are the miniature vessels that will exchange gas within the lungs = Capillaries Go Back t

INTRO 500 These are the cavities located between the ethmoid and sphenoid bone These are 2 functions of the cavities CHECK ANSWER INTRO 500

Paranasal sinuses Voice Resonance Reduces Skull Weight Warms and Moistens Air GO BACK TO GA ME BOARD RESPIRATION 100 This gas is monitored to regulate

breathing rate If the concentration of this gas increases, breathing rate will: Check Answer Respiration 100 Carbon Dioxide Increase

Go Back to Game Board Respiration 200 These are the 2 areas of the brain that most directly affect respiration Check Answer

Respiration 200 Medulla and Pons Go Back to G ame Board Respiration 300 Describe a simple treatment for hyperventilation

and why this works. Check Ans RESPIRATION Hyperventilation decreases CO2 levels, and 300 breathing into a paper bag brings these levels back up

Go Back to Game B oard RESPIRATION 400 Describe how carbon monoxide poisoning can lead to death and why it is so dangerous. Check Ans wer

RESPIRATION 400 Carbon monoxide bonds to hemoglobin more rapidly than oxygen. A person could therefore suffocate to death even if they seemed to be breathing without problem.

It is very dangerous because it has no taste, smell, and often no symptoms until it is too late Go Back to G ame Board RESPIRATION 500

DEFINE INSPIRATION AND DESCRIBE HOW THIS OCCURS (BE SPECIFIC). DEFINE EXPIRATION AND DESCRIBE HOW THIS OCCURS. Check Answer RESPIRATION 500

INSPIRATION INHALATION; AIR ENTERS THE DIAPHRAGM CONTRACTS AND RIBS EXPAND WHICH INCREASES THE SPACE WITHIN THE LUNGS. THIS DECREASES PRESSURE, SO THAT AIR OUTSIDE RUSHES IN EXPIRATION EXHATION; AIR EXITS THE MUSCLES RELAX AND THE SPACE WITHIN THE LUNGS DECREASE. THIS INCREASES PRESSURE AND CAUSES AIR TO EXIT.

Go Back to Ga me Board AGAIN 100 This red pigment protein of the blood carries oxygen Check Answ er

again 200 This device is used to measure total lung capacity Check Ans wer AGAIN 300 Trace the passage of air through the lungs beginning with the nose (7 total

steps) Check Ans wer AGAIN 400 EXPLAIN HOW TO DETERMINE IF A CHILD DIED BEFORE OR AFTER BIRTH Check Answe

AGAIN 500 INDICATE THE TERM AND VOLUME THAT APPLIES 1) NORMAL BREATHING 2) AMOUNT THAT CAN BE FORCIBLY EXHALED 3) TOTAL VOLUME OF AIR THE LUNGS CAN HOLD

4) VOLUME THAT REMAINS IN LUNGS AFTER MAXIMAL EXPIRATION Check Answer AGAIN.. 100 HEMOGLOBIN Go Back to G ame Board

AGAIN 200 SPIROMETER Go Back to G ame Board AGAIN 300 NOSE PHARYNX LARYNX

TRACHEA BRONCHI BRONCHIOLES ALVEOLI Go Back to G ame Board RESP 400 THE FIRST BREATH AFTER BIRTH INFLATES THE

LUNGS SO THAT THEY WILL ALWAYS HAVE AIR (RESIDUAL VOLUME). THE LUNG TISSUE WILL FLOAT IN WATER. A CHILD THAT DIED BEFORE BIRTH WOULD HAVE NO AIR IN THE LUNGS, SO THE LUNG TISSUE WOULD SINK. Go Back to G ame Board

RESP 500 1) NORMAL BREATHING = TIDAL VOLUME 500 ml 2) AMOUNT THAT CAN BE FORCIBLY EXHALED = EXPIRATORY RESERVE VOLUME 1100 ml 3) TOTAL VOLUME OF AIR THE LUNGS CAN HOLD = Total Lung Capacity = 5800 ml 4) VOLUME THAT REMAINS IN LUNGS AFTER MAXIMAL EXPIRATION = Residual volume = 1200 ml

Go Back to G ame Board DISEASES 100 Caused by a rhinovirus; Symptoms include sneezing and coughing; no or low fever Check Ans

wer DISEASES 200 Viral infection that causes body aches, high fever, and malaise Check Answe

DISEASES 300 This condition, often caused by smoking, leads to tumors that block the air passageway This bacterial infection destroys lung tissue, often causing the patient to cough up blood Check Answer

DISEASES 400 Decreases lung elasticity and causes the chest to enlarge to compensate This inflammation of the bronchial tubes leads to increased mucous and infections This is an inflammation of the alveoli, and is especially dangerous in immuno impaired or elderly

Check DISEASES500 This is a genetic condition that leads to thick mucous in the lungs This occurs as lung membranes rub together due to a decrease in lubricating fluid This often childhood condition involves spasms of the bronchial tubes

If an individuals upper trachea closed shut or was blocked, what procedure could be quickly done to restore the airway? Check Answer Diseases 100 Cold

Go Back to Game Board Diseases 200 Influenza Go Back to Game Board Diseases 300

Lung cancer Tuberculosis Go Back to Game Board 3 Line for 400 rd Emphesema

Bronchitis Pneumonia Go Back to Game Board 3 Line 500 rd Cystic Fibrosis

Pleurisy Asthma Tracheostomy Put a hole in the trachea beneath the obstruction Go Back to Game Board MISC. for 100

This is the flap of tissue that covers the windpipe during swallowing Check Answer MISC. for 200 This term means to stop breathing. Check Answer

MISC for 300 This term means normal breathing This term means labored breathing. Check Answer MISC for 400 A spasm of the diaphragm is called a: An upper respiratory contraction that expels

irritants is a: A lower respiratory contraction that expels irritants is a: A process that is usually stimulated by a low oxygen level is Check Answer 500 Misc A

C This is the term for breath sounds near D the end of life E

LABEL THE PICTURE F Check Answer B MISC for 100 Epiglottis

Go Back to Game Board MISC for 200 Apnea Go Back to Game Board

Eupnea MISC for 300 Dyspnea Go Back to Game Board MISC for 400

A spasm of the diaphragm is called a: = hiccup An upper respiratory contraction that expels irritants is a: = sneeze A lower respiratory contraction that expels irritants is a: = cough A process that is usually stimulated by a low oxygen level is = yawn Go Back

MISC for 500 Cheyne-Stokes Go Back to Game Board

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