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Which one of the following is NOT a function of A.

For clearance mechanism such as coughing
the Upper airway? The the function of the cough reflex is to dislodge foreign
substances from the trachea. The upper respiratory tract
For clearance mechanism such as coughing refers to the external nose, nasal cavity, pharynx and
Transport gases to the lower airways associated structures while the lower respiratory tract
Warming, Filtration and Humidification of includes the larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs. However,
inspired air there are alternative definitions just like the larynx being
placed on the upper respiratory tract.
Protect the lower airway from foreign mater
It is the hair that lines the vestibule which D. Vibrissae
function as a filtering mechanism for foreign Vibrissae are the thick hairs which grow inside the nostrils
to help keep large particles from entering the nasal
objects passages. Cilia are hair-like projection lining the bronchus
Cilia that move microbes and debris up and out of the airways.
This is the paranasal sinus found between the A. Ehtmoid
eyes and the nose that extends backward into The ethmoidal sinuses are formed from several discrete air
cells within the ethmoid bone between the nose and the
the skull eyes. The maxillary sinuses, also called the maxillary
A. Ehtmoid antrechea and the largest of the paranasal sinuses, are
B. Sphenoid under the eyes, in the maxillary bones. The frontal sinuses,
C. Maxillary superior to the eyes, are in the frontal bone, which forms
the hard part of the forehead. The sphenoidal sinuses are
D. Frontal in the sphenoid bone.
Which paranasal sinus is found over the D. Frontal
eyebrow? The frontal sinuses are found superior to the eyes and
eyebrows in the frontal bone, which forms the hard part of
A. Ehtmoid the forehead.
B. Sphenoid
C. Maxillary
D. Frontal
A patient is being prepapred for thoracentesis. D. none of the Above
The nurse is aware the inportance of induction In the induction of anesthesia before thoracentesis, it must
be observed to infiltrate the deeper tissue because these
of anesthesia to the deep structures that will be tissue generate the most pain when puncutured. These
affected during the procedure. The following are include the skin, subcutaneuos tissue, rib peristoneum,
the anatomical parts that will be infiltrated with intercostal muscle and peritoneal pluera.
local anesthesia except:
Rib peristoneum
Parietal pleura
None of the above
A nurse is preparing a patient for nasogastric D. High Fowler’s Position
tube inncertion. The nurse places the client in During insertion of the nasogastric tube, the patient is
places on high Fowler’s position to facilitate insertion of the
what position during the insertion of nasogastric tube and to prevent pulmonary aspiration if the patients
tube? vomits. The other position dont facilitate insertion.
Right side
Low Fowler’s position
High Fowler’s position
How many lobes are there in the RIGHT LUNG?