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Lung Questions and Answers (Q&A)

John Adney
Answered: Mar 23, 2017
Oxygen is the air released from the trees then mixed with the thin air and it is available in the atmosphere

carbon dioxide is the waste air exhaled by particular living organisms

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 05, 2021
Cardiac notch-the cardiac notch is only found on the left lung, which makes sense since the heart is located on the left side of the mediastinum. the horizontal fissure is a deep groove that...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 05, 2021
Do nothing, because this is an expected finding.-continuous gentle bubbling should be noted in the suction control chamber. immediately clamp the chest tube and notify the physician is incorrect....Read More

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J. Harty, Writer
Answered: Dec 12, 2018
In humans, the right lung is wider, and heavier, but shorter, than the left lung. The left lung is made up of two lobes and the right is made up of three. Each lung is divided into upper and...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 05, 2021
Its upper lobar bronchus lies behind and above the right pulmonary artery-the structures at the root of the lung have different relationships in the right and left lungs. on both sides, the...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Jun 07, 2017
Ok I know why that's the right answer and will leave it alone

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 05, 2021
Left recurrent laryngeal-the tracheobronchial nodes are at the tracheal bifurcation. there are three groups of these nodes: right superior, left superior, and inferior. the aorta loops over the left...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 05, 2021
Left brachiocephalic vein-remember-the thymus is a very superficial structure found in the anterior mediastinum. the left brachiocephalic vein courses through the mediastinum to join the right...Read More

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J. Harty, Writer
Answered: Dec 12, 2018
Alveolar sacs, or pulmonary chambers, lie within our lungs, and are located at the end of the alveolar duct. They are small globular type entities that hang in a bunch, rather like grapes. In...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 05, 2021
Costomediastinal recess-the costomediastinal recess is an area right next to the cardiac notch, which is an indentation in the superior lobe of the left lung. this is where the medial area of the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 05, 2021
Inferior lobe because of the sharp angle of the oblique fissures, the posterior surfaces of both the right and left lungs are almost entirely comprised of the inferior lobes. and remember. The...Read More

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Wyatt Williams
Answered: Aug 05, 2021
Lingula

When inspiring fully, the lingula of the left lung might partially fill the costomediastinal recess. The lingula, a tongue-like projection of the left lung below the cardiac notch,...Read More

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Robert Hazlewood, Senior Executive
Answered: Dec 13, 2018
It is the alveolic sacs that hold air and where oxygen is transferred from the inhaled air to the blood. The oxygen moves across paper-thin walls to the millions of capillaries and into the...Read More

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W. Pratt, Marketing Analyst
Answered: Dec 13, 2018
A normal human breathes in and out about 8 litres per minute, and so the total needed per day is around 11,000 litres per day. However, of this total amount, around 20% breathed in is oxygen....Read More

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Mia Thomson
Answered: Aug 24, 2017
The human lungs contain 5 lobes. There are three lobes in the right lung and two lobes in the left lung. These lobes are created by the fissures in the pleural sac, which encloses the lungs....Read More

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