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What is caused by chronically inflamed, hypersensitive bronchial passages. (Points : 1?

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What is caused by chronically inflamed, hypersensitive bronchial passages. (Points : 1?

Postby zacharias » Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:52 pm

Lung cancer
Asthma
COPD
Emphysema

15. Expiration is a passive process. (Points : 1)
True
False

16. is a blueish conditon of the mucus membranes and the skin, caused by poor deficient oxygenation of the blood. (Points : 1)
Hypoxia
Jaundice
Erythema
Cyanosis

17. The average adult respires times per minute (Points : 1)
12-18
40-80
25
30

18.
In , gas exchanges are occurring between the blood and cells inside the body.
(Points : 1)
Celluar respiration
Internal respiration
External respiration
None of the above

19. Second hand smoke may also cause/contribute to disease. (Points : 1)
True
False

20. If a patient experiences (lung collapse), lung is useless for ventilation. (Points : 1)
Atelactasis
Pneumothorax
Pericarditis
Pluritis
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What is caused by chronically inflamed, hypersensitive bronchial passages. (Points : 1?

Postby doctor » Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:57 pm

You should use this website called Webmedicine http://www.webmedicine.ca/ to find out what it means or if it is serious, I have used it many time, work great!
Webmedicine's self-screening tool allows patients in a relatively short period of time to identify the likely causes of their symptoms. The web-based program is revolutionary in that it approaches self-screening from the patient's point of view! Webmedicine allows the patient to point to the part of their body where their symptoms are occurring. Webmedicine then presents the patient with symptom categories. Once a symptom category is selected, groups of symptoms are displayed in boxes. By selecting the most appropriate box, a list of possible conditions that might produce these symptoms is displayed.
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