model paper, Respiratory System

Practice Questions For Respiratory System

MCQs, 1. Right lungs have how many lobes.
Practice Questions For Respiratory

1) One lobe
2) two lobes
3) three lobes
4) four lobes

Answer : 3

MCQs, 2. The aspirated object must probably be loaded into which Lang

1) right lung
2) left lung
3) both lung
4) any lung

Answer: 1

MCQs, 3. which part of long is not a part of the respiratory unit

1) Terminal bronchioles
2) Respiratory bronchioles
3) Alveolar duct
4) Alveolus

Answer: 1

MCQs, 4. Pleurisy?

1) Pain in the lungs
2) excessive pleural fluid
3) Les pleural fluid
4) inflammation of pleura

Answer: 4

mcqs, 5. Excessive fluid collection and plural space called

1) Emphysema
2) Empyema
3) Plural effusion
4) A&C

Answer: 3

mcqs, 6. Inspiration is

1) Active process
2) passive process
3) need energy
4) A&C

Answer: 4

mcqs, 7. During expiration diagram is become

1) Dome-shaped
2) straight
3) contracted
4) None of the above

Answer: 1

mcqs, 8. Contraction of diaphragm muscles cause

1) Expiration
2) pause
3) breathing out
4) Inspiration

Answer: 4

mcqs, 9. Lung function test measured by

1) tonometer
2) spirometer
3) bronchoscopy
4) stethoscope

Answer: 2

mcqs, 10. Normal tidal volume

1) 500 ml
2) 600 ml
3) 700 ml
4) 400 ml

Answer: 1

mcqs, 11. A person have 15 breath /minute and tidal volume is 500 ml how much pulmonary ventilation

1) 4500 ml
2) 5500 ml
3) 6500ml
4) 7500ml

Answer: 4

mcqs, 12. Normal value of inspiratory reserve volume

1) 2000- 2500 ML
2) 3000- 3500 ML
3) 4000- 4500 ML
4) 3500- 4000 ML

Answer: 2

mcqs, 13. The volume of respiratory Dead Space in a normal adult

1) 500 ML
2) 150 ML
3) 750 ML
4) 50 ML

Answer: 2 Practice Questions For Respiratory

mcqs, 14. Total lung capacity

1) 6000 ML
2) 5000 ML
3) 4000 ML
4) 7000 ML

Answer: 1

mcqs, 15. Vital capacity of a lung

1) IVR+TV+EVR
2) TV+IVR
3) TV
4) None of above

Answer: 1

mcqs, 16. COPD is include

1) Asthma only
2) asthma empyema bronchitis and bronchiectasis
3) Asthma emphysema bronchitis bronchiectasis
4) None of above

Answer: 3

mcqs, 17. Barrel chest occur in

1) Empyema
2) emphysema
3) Pneumothorax
4) pleural effusion Practice Questions For Respiratory

Answer: 2

mcqs, 18. COR pulmonale

1) RVF due to pulmonary hypertension
2) pulmonary hypertension
3) lung disease due to heart failure
4) none of above

Answer: 1

mcqs, 19. What is normal range of pco2

1) 80-100 mm of Hg
2) 60-40 mm of Hg
3) 30-40 mm of Hg
4) 35-45 mm of Hg

Answer: 4

MCQs, 20. The patient has 7.30 blood PH and 55 mm of HG pco2 patient have How to analysis the ABG Click Here

1) Respiratory alkalosis
2) respiratory acidosis
3) metabolic acidosis
4) metabolic alkalosis

Answer: 2

MCQs, 21. The decrease in HCO3 concentration and blood pH is called

1) Metabolic acidosis
2) metabolic alkalosis
3) respiratory acidosis
4) respiratory alkalosis

Answer: 1

mcqs, 22. which is comfortable position for COPD patient

1) Supine
2) prone
3) sims
4) high Fowler’s

Answer: 4

mcqs, 23. Connection of pus in plural cavity called

1) Plural effusion
2) emphysema
3) empyema
4) A&C

Answer: 3

mcqs, 24. Common cause of paradoxical respiration

1) Flail chest
2) Pneumothorax
3) asthma
4) one rib fracture

Answer: 1

mcqs, 25. Which is fatal Pneumothorax

1) Open
2) closed
3) tension
4) All Practice Questions For Respiratory

Answer: 3

mcqs, 26. Which is the largest serious membrane in the body

1) Pleural
2) peritoneum
3) tunica vaginalis
4) pericardial

Answer: 1

mcqs, 27. Foramen of bochdalek is present in part of diaphragm.

1) Posterolateral
2) Central
3) Posterior
4) Anterolateral

Answer: 1

mcqs, 28. A unique feature of mammalian body is presence of

1) Rib cage
2) Diaphragm
3) Four chambered heart
4) Homeothermic

Answer: 2

MCQs, 29. Hilum of the right lung is crossed over by.

1) Vagus nerve
2) Thoracic duct
3) Recurrent laryngeal nerve
4) Azygous vein

Answer: 4

mcqs, 30. In anaerobic respiration

1) CO2 is taken in
2) CO2 is given out
3) O2 is given out
4) O2 is taken in

Answer: 2

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