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Pre-lab Quiz Results
 You scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions

correctly.

1. Which of the following statements describing the mechanics of breathing is


false? You correctly answered: d. Ventilation relies exclusively on contracting
skeletal muscles.

2. The contraction of which of the following muscles will increase the thoracic
cavity volume during inspiration? You correctly answered: c. the external
intercostals

3. At the beginning of inspiration, the
 You correctly answered: b. thoracic cavity


volume increases.

4. At the beginning of expiration, the
 You correctly answered: a. pressure in the


thoracic cavity increases.

5. A tidal volume refers to the
 You correctly answered: b. amount of air inspired
and then expired with each breath under resting conditions.

Post-lab Quiz Results
 You scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions


correctly.

1. To calculate a person's vital capacity, you need to know the TV, ERV, and You
correctly answered: c. IRV.

2. Measuring a person's FVC means that you are measuring
 You correctly
answered: d. the amount of air that can be expelled when the subject takes the
deepest possible inspiration and then forcefully expires as completely and rapidly
as possible.

3. Measuring a person's FEV1 means that you are measuring
 You correctly
answered: b. the amount of the VC that is expired during the first second of the
FVC test.

4. For a person suffering an asthma attack, inhaler medications are expected to


You correctly answered: a. reduce the airway resistance.

5. Which of the following values does not include the ERV? You correctly
answered: c. TV

Pre-lab Quiz Results
 You scored 60% by answering 3 out of 5 questions


correctly.
1. A normal resting tidal volume is expected to be around You correctly
answered: d. 500 ml.

2. Which respiratory process is impaired the most by emphysema? Your answer :


d. expansion of the lungs
 Correct answer: c. expiration

3. During an asthma attack
 You correctly answered: b. inspiration and expiration


are impaired.

4. During moderate aerobic exercise, which respiratory variable increases the


most? Your answer : b. breathing rate
 Correct answer: a. tidal volume

5. Inhaler medications for an asthma patient are designed to You correctly


answered: b. dilate the patient's bronchioles.

Post-lab Quiz Results
 You scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions


correctly.

1. Which of the following respiratory values represents a decreased flow rate


during the obstructive lung disease(s)? You correctly answered: c. FEV1

2. Calculate the ERV of an individual with the following respiratory volumes: TLC
= 6000 ml, FVC = 4800 ml, RV = 1200 ml, IRV = 2900 ml, TV = 500 ml.
 You
correctly answered: d. 1400 ml

3. Calculate the FVC of an individual with the following respiratory volumes: RV =


1000 ml, IRV = 3000 ml, TV = 500 ml, ERV = 1500 ml.
 You correctly answered:
b. 5000 ml

4. What is the largest volume for the normal patient? You correctly answered: a.
IRV

5. What happened to the RV for the emphysema patient and the asthmatic
patient? You correctly answered: d. It increased for both patients.

Pre-lab Quiz Results
 You scored 20% by answering 1 out of 5 questions


correctly.

1. Which of the following statements about surface tension is false?
 Your


answer : b. Surface tension resists any force that tends to increase the surface
area of the gas-liquid boundary. Correct answer: c. Surface tension acts to
increase the size of the alveoli within the lungs.

2. Which of the following statements about surfactant is false?
 Your answer : a.


Surfactant is a detergent-like mixture of lipids and peptides that decreases
surface tension. Correct answer: d. Surfactant works by increasing the attraction
of water molecules to each other.

3. Just before an inspiration begins, the pressure within the intrapleural cavity
Your answer : c. is influenced by the tendency of the chest wall to collapse.
Correct answer: b. is less than the pressure within the alveoli.

4. The respiratory condition of pneumothorax refers to
 You correctly answered:


c. any opening that equalizes the intrapleural pressure with the atmospheric
pressure.

5. A pneumothorax can lead to
 Your answer : c. intrapleural pressures that are
more negative than normal. Correct answer: b. atelectasis.

Post-lab Quiz Results
 You scored 25% by answering 1 out of 4 questions


correctly.

1. The addition of surfactant to the lung interior Your answer: b. increased


surface tension. Correct answer: c. increased airflow.

2. Opening the valve in the side of the glass bell jar Your answer: b. altered the
atmospheric pressure. Correct answer: d. simulated pneumothorax.

3. In this activity a pneumothorax is automatically followed by You correctly


answered: b. atelectasis.

4. The best way to rapidly reinflate a person's collapsed lung is to
 Your answer:
c. pump air out of the collapsed lung to recreate negative pressure. Correct
answer: a. pump air out of the intrapleural space to recreate negative pressure.