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The Respiratory System

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Tiffany M

on 9 February 2013

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Transcript of The Respiratory System

Care Movement The Path Diaphragm- sheet-like muscle below the lungs that contracts and relaxes forcing air into and out of the lungs Gas Exchange As the chest cavity gets smaller, air rich in carbon dioxide is forced out of the lungs and windpipe, and then out of the nose or mouth. Exhalation Lung expansion person breathes in, the diaphragm contracts. As the lungs expand, air is sucked in through the nose or mouth Diet Inhalation Experiment Topic Capillary The 3 main parts to the Gas Exchange
Carbon Dioxide & Oxygen
Capillary Wall
Molecules & Cells Alveoli Respiratory Facts SARS
Drug Problems
Cancer Problems SARS healthy/non-healthy lungs The End,
Thanks for watching! Parts Capillary is the thinnest artery
Bronchiole smallest air conducting tube
Bronchi largest air conducting tube
Mouth hollow cavity
Lungs have two smaller air ways
Nose external body part you see
Epiglottis flexible cartilage with mucus
Trachea has a main way to the lungs
Alveoli has about 250 to 300 million alveoli in each lung
Alveolus make up the whole lungs
Diaphragm has a figure like a dome Bronchi and Bronchioles Capillary Alveoli and Alveolus Diaphragm :) Describing how you breathe in and out. exercise Purpose Their are there kinds big purposes. one is gas exchange its main purpose of gas exchange is pumping blood through out the body. smell their is two part. one part makes you breath. another makes you makes sure all of the germs get caught in your nose.so you don't get sick. the last is sound the purpose is that you breath and with out your dong you would not be able to speak Newborns and infants respiratory rate.

Toddlers and children respiratory rate

Respiratory rate for children

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