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Respiratory Load WOB

Respiratory Load WOB

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Respiratory Load- Work of breathing
Multiple choice
1)
 
Which of the following is true in terms of work of breathing?a)
 
Work=height x weightb)
 
Work=weight x energyc)
 
Work = height x energyd)
 
Work = energy x time2)
 
Which is false regarding work of breathinga)
 
effort required to move gases in and out of bodyb)
 
effort of respiratory musclesc)
 
pressure required to continue respiratory cycled)
 
increased compliance will increase WOB3)
 
Which is false regarding the consequences of an increased respiratory load?a)
 
Increased ventilation, decreased secretion clearanceb)
 
Decreased QOLc)
 
Dyspnoead)
 
Increased WOB4)
 
Which is false regarding the types of respiratory load?a)
 
Resistive load involves the
dynamic
properties, elastic load involves
static
propertiesb)
 
Resistive load involves the
dynamic
properties, elastic load involves
‘dynamic’
 propertiesc)
 
Resistive load involves the
‘static’
properties, elastic load involves
static
propertiesd)
 
Resistive load involves the
‘static’
properties, elastic load involves
‘dynamic’
properties5)
 
Which of following is true?a)
 
Tissues contact makes up 20% of frictional resistance, whilst R
aw
makes up 80%b)
 
Tissues contact makes up 80% of frictional resistance, whilst R
aw
makes up 20%c)
 
Tissues contact makes up 50% of frictional resistance, whilst R
aw
makes up 50%d)
 
None of the above6)
 
Which of the following contribute to R
aw
?a)
 
airway length and radiusb)
 
gas viscosityc)
 
driving pressure of gasd)
 
all the above7)
 
Which is true regarding inertial resistance?a)
 
Considerably large contribution to resistanceb)
 
Very small, negligible contributionc)
 
due to the movement of gas, lung’s, chest wall
 d)
 
A and Ce)
 
B and C8)
 
Which of the following is true in terms of lung and chest wall compliancea)
 
Lung compliance increases with high lung volumes, chest wall compliance increase withhigh volumes.

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