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Respiratory Questions

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The Respiratory in a Flash mobile review application is designed to provide students with an easy, efficient tool to learn vital medical content on the go. The questions are geared towards providing the needed information to ace exams and to build a solid knowledge foundation for the future.

The Respiratory module is a tool for students to reinforce learning that takes place in the classroom. The flash cards cover common Respiratory conditions, medications and pathophysiology. It is designed to provide review of concepts needed to ace exams.

Questions are grouped into chapters and sub-categories for easy reviewing. Select any sub-category to start your review session. Your performance history and progress will be stored as you go so you can exit any time and pick up right where you left off when you come back. You can review your stats at the sub-category start screen and mastery icons will be added to each question set as you hit review milestones.

Sample Questions
What is the most common cause of death in the world?
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Lower respiratory diseases
___________ is one of the most common conditions seen in primary care and is usually a sequelae to an upper respiratory infection.
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Acute bronchitis
A type of bronchitis that develops in patients with COPD is called ___________, and it represents an acute infection superimposed on chronic bronchitis. It can lead to respiratory failure.
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Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Bronchitis (AECB)
What are the organisms involved in most cases of bronchitis?
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It is usually viral: rhinovirus or influenza
What organisms are typically responsible for bacterial bronchitis in a smoker?
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Streptococcus pneumoniae or Haemophilus influenzae
What organisms are typically responsible for bacterial bronchitis in a non-smoker?
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Mycoplasm pneumoniae or chlamydia pneumoniae
How does an Xray of someone with bronchitis look different than an Xray of someone with pneumonia?
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Patients with bronchitis don't have inflitrates or consolidation like those with pneumonia
How is AECB in COPD patients typically treated?
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With broad spectrum antibiotics for 5-7 days, the earlier they start the antibiotics, the lower the chances of relapse & hospital admissions
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Lower Respiratory Problems

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This application contains over 1,600 Respiratory Study Questions. Topics reviewed in this module include:

Respiratory System

ARDS and Respiratory Failure


Dx Studies of Resp. System


Intubation and Ventilators


Lower Respiratory Problems


Problems of Oxygenation Ventilation


Problems with Ventilation


Pulmonary System


Respiratory failure - artificial airways


Respiratory System


Upper Respiratory Problems




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