ANAPHY SB
Updated: 4/16/2020
ANAPHY SB
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  • You did it! To continue this mission, we need to find information about the Lung Capacity.Click proceed to continue. 
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING RESPIRATORY CAPACITY(POINT TO BODY PARTS)
  • PHYSICALCONDITION
  • SEX
  • AGE
  • SIZE
  • RESIDUAL VOLUMEAbout 1,200 ml of air remaining in the lungs and allows gas exchange to go on.
  • INSPIRATORY RESERVE VOLUMEIs the amount of air that can be taken forcibly above the tidal volume.
  • EXPIRATORY RESERVE VOLUME The amount of air that can be forcibly exhaled beyond tidal expiration.
  • TIDAL VOLUMEIs the lung volume representing the normal volume of air displaced.
  • VITAL CAPACITYTotal amount of exchangeable air.
  • TERMS TO REMEMBER
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  • Look! I've found a corrupted document. It says that these are other situations apart from breathing that causes air to move in and out of the lungs.Let's take a look.
  • CORRUPTED_FILE.txtCOUGH - Clears the lower respiratory passageway.SNEEZE - Clears the upper respiratory passageways.CRYING - Inspiration followed by release of air in a number of short expirations.LAUGHING - Result of emotion.HICCUPS - Sudden inspirations resulting from spasms of diaphramYAWN - Very deep inspiration usually indicates lack of oxygen.Click x to exit zoom
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  • BRONCHIAL SOUNDSProduced when air rushed to large respiratory passageway.
  • SOUNDS OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
  • !CORRUPTED_FILE!
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  • MISSION 4: FACTORS AFFECTING RESPIRATION
  • Click on a Regulation Factor to proceed!
  • DEAD SPACE VOLUMEAbout 150 ml of air that is not included in gas exchange.
  • A SPIROMETER is used to measure respiratory volume.
  • I found another file from the ASG Hospital. I think these sounds can be heard using a stethoscope.
  • VESICULAR BREATHING SOUNDSOccurs as air fills the alveoli.
  • Corrupted_File.txt Crackle - A bubbling sound.Wheezing - A Whistling sound.Rales - Abnormal bronchial sounds produced by presence of mucus in the lungs.
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  • We are so close to the antidote and we've gathered a lot of information. Please collect information on the Factors that Affect Respiration. It would help us identify why breathing performs that way.
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