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Journal August 2013 (Vol 34, No 8)

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Reexpansion Pulmonary Edema by Jessica Kindred , AAS, RVT

1. During respiration, gas exchange occurs in the
2. The fourth lobe of the right lung is called the ________ lobe.
3. When pulmonary edema is present, which of the following does not reduce arterial oxygenation?
4. In RPE, atelectasis is considered to be chronic when it has been present for ______ hours.
5. Which of the following is the appropriate pressure and volume for ventilating diseased lungs?
6. When a patient with diseased lungs is artificially ventilated, the
7. Which of the following does not increase the risk for RPE in chronically collapsed lung lobes?
8. The chief supportive effort during treatment of RPE is
9. RPE is most likely to develop after
10. Which of the following cannot be used to monitor pulmonary function?
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