Monday-3/26...CW...Make-up quizzes...Upper Respiratory Infections...short video...
HW: Review text Ch 17: Excretory System and web page..always stay ahead...
***You may not come to a class period for course selection...Only Pd 5 lunch B-C-D by appt only!

Pathogen: disease causing organism
Rhinitis(Hay fever)

***Symptoms of Upper Resp Infections(URI's)
The vast majority of upper respiratory infections are caused by viruses and are self-limited.

Symptoms of upper respiratory infection include
  • cough,
  • sneezing,
  • nasal discharge,
  • nasal congestion,
  • runny nose,
  • fever,
  • scratchy or sore throat
  • Antibiotics are rarely needed to treat upper respiratory infections and generally should be avoided, unless the doctor suspects a bacterial infection.

Podcast 19-Lung Volumes-Pd 4-JM-DV-JJ.MP3

Thursday-3/22...CW: Lung Capacity Balloon lab-groups of 3 chosen by instructor...
Labs may not be made-up...
HW: Ch 16 quiz...Always stay ahead and prepared...
***You must make an appt to discuss course selection. Teachers recommend courses and will sign at their convenience...
Friday-3/23..CW: .Ch 16 Quiz...
HW: always review text, and check webpage regularly...
Also called: COPD
Man coughing. Close-up of bronchitis increasing mucus and inflammation in the bronchial tubes. Another close-up of emphysema enlarging and destroying air spaces in the lungs.
Wednesday-3/21...CW: Lung Capacities...IC, EC, FRC and TLC...
Must memorize all volume definitions and capacities definition...TV and how much air in lungs at all times...Complete Volumes/Capacities video from Tuesday...
Short video on Upper and lower Resp. Disorders...
HW: re-watch videos if necessary, review text pages 455-457 and check web page often...
***Below is COPD video for Friday quiz...
***For those taking my advice to stay ahead, below is the lab for Wednesday...Labs may not be made up...
lung_capacity Lab.doc lung_capacity Lab.doc
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Below is a quiz game to help you review...USE IT!
***Below is a review ppt on volumes that should help you memorize for Friday quiz...

total lung capacitytotal lung capacity
vital capacityvital capacity
functional residual capacityfunctional residual capacity
inspiratory capacityinspiratory capacity

***EXAMPLE: if the FRC = 2000 ml and ERV = 1000ml, what is RV?
***Example: IRV = 1000ml, TV = 500 ml, ERV = 800ml, RV = 500ml, what is TLC?
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Monday-3/19...Planning Day-Grades Posted...
Tuesday-3/20...CW: 4th Quarter begins...
Respiratory volumes and capacities...short video
HW: Always stay ahead...this quarter is the most rigorous and challenging...
Always review text, webpage and STAY AHEAD!
***Below is video link from today...

Podcast 18-Lower Resp tract-JM-Pd 4.MP3

Thursday-3/8...CW: Breathing: Inspiration/Expiration...Inhalation/Exhalation...
How the diaphragm works....
Oral presentations of air flow through Resp system-Upper and Lower in pairs...
***Below is video link on Breathing from today...
HW: Ch 16 Quiz 2...always review and stay ahead...
***E-mail shut down starting Friday...through Spring Break..
Friday-3/9...CW: Ch 16 Quiz 3...20Q = 50 pts...use 2oq answer sheet ...
HW: Always stay ahead...prepare to read text pages 452-456 and memorize breathing diagram below over Spring break...

Podcast 17-Upper Resp Tract-JM and company.MP3

Wednesday-3/6...CW: upper and lower Resp tracts-2 short you should have watched below for quiz...
HW: read and review ch 16 and check web page often...
Monday-3/5...CW: Writing test for many students today...
Ch 16 video notes will be tomorrow...the notes ws is below...
HW: Read ch 16 and always check webpage...

***The structures of the Upper Respiratory Tract are (in descending order):
1. Nose (or nostrils)
2. Nasal cavity
3. Mouth
4. Pharynx (throat)
5. Larynx (voice box)

***The structures of the Lower Respiratory Tract are (descending from the larynx):

1. Trachea (windpipe)
2. Bronchi (one bronchus into each lung)
3. Secondary and tertiary bronchi
4, Bronchioles
5. Alveoli (air sacs surrounded by capillaries for oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange)

Tuesday-3/6...CW:Ch 16 Intro-Resp system video notes...
Notes ws is is above...
HW: read ch 16 and check webpage...grades posted this weekend...
***Part 2-Resp. Physiology it for quiz...
***watch the video below to keep ahead and for quiz.
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Respiratory System Pre-Quiz...

1. In this image, the swimmer is taking a large breath in. Which of the following processes occurs during inhalation?

Choose all answers that apply:

2. The monk in the picture below is practicing meditation which focuses on breathing. He takes a long breath in through his nose. Track the passage of air from his nose to the area of gas exchange at the bottom of the lung. (Not all of the terms have to be used).

Nasal cavity, albveoli, bronchi, bronchioles, esophagus, larynx, mouth, pharynx, trachea, lungs

3. Place each term in the appropriate category.

Upper respiratory tract
Lower respiratory tract
Nose hair
The image above, the structure labeled 

In t\#3
 is the 
. This structure is one of the defining characteristics of the 
 which has two lobes. This structure provides a space for the 
 to sit between the two lungs. Choose the right answers...

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Below is video link and video notes  from today...
Incentive Spirometry.docx Incentive Spirometry.docx
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Lung Capacities and Lung Volumes WS.docx Lung Capacities and Lung Volumes WS.docx
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