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2. what is the tidal volume

  • the amount of air inhaled per breath
  • gas exchange
  • amount of air inhaled/exhaled per breath
  • surface area

3. what is the best clinical indicator of breathing

  • tidal volume
  • inspiritory and expirotry reserve volumes
  • vital capacity
  • residual volume

4. why are the alveoli walls one cell thick

  • to provide a thin permable surface area for gas exchange
  • to keep the area moist
  • the allow more air in it
  • to provide a large surface area to volume ratio

5. what is inspiritopry and expiritory reserve volumes

  • mean tidal volume
  • the amount of gas in the lungs at any given time
  • the additional volume that can be inhaled/exhaled after inhalation/exhalation of the tidal volumes
  • breaths per minute


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