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The Respiratory system

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Keegen Smith

on 26 May 2016

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The Respiratory system
Hi our names are Jack, Thomas, Keegen, and Devon and we are teaching you about the respiratory system and we will be doing a Kahoot and a prezi today and in each slide there will be different things you will learn. If you didn't know already the definition of respiratory system is the set of organs that allows a person to breathe and exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide throughout the body.

The symptoms coughing, wheezing, short on breath, and chest pain and how it is spread also there is no cure but you can prevent it by taking medicine and stopping triggers and some fun facts are You won’t have as many asthma attacks You won’t wheeze and cough as much, or maybe not at all You will sleep better You won’t miss school You can play sports and games outside and at school You won’t have to go to the hospital. Asthma affects the digestive system by clogging it up. It also clogs up the expiratory and respiratory system and it make your circulatory system slower.

The structures in the lungs are the Nasal Cavity, Bronchi, mouth. In the lungs, avioli, Bronchioles . Oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged in the tiny air sacs (alveoli) at the end of the bronchial tubes. Oxygen moves from the alveoli to the blood in the capillaries, and carbon dioxide moves from the blood in the capillaries to the air in the alveoli
Colds and Flues
The symptoms of colds and flues are sneezing, stuffy nose, sore throat, chest discomfort, and coughing. A cold can be spread through respiratory droplets (EX: Kissing). Or you can touch someone who has a cold or flu and then touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. There is currently no cure for the common cold or the flu. There are treatments, though. Medications include Analgesic and Antihistamine. To prevent a cold or flu, wash your hands a lot of times a day for 20 seconds each time. Also avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Some facts about the common cold are that there is currently no cure. Also a single cold virus can produce 16 million offspring within the course of a day. Some facts about the flu are that flu season is between October and May. Also the flu virus infects the respiratory system.
Lung cancer
Some symptoms of lung cancer is coughing, difficulty breathing, chest pain, coughing up a mixture of blood and spit. Some ways it gets passed is Second hand smoking and genetics. Ways to cure lung cancer is through chemotherapy, radiation, laser therapy. To make sure you don't have to try any of these cures don't smoke, exercise, and avoid secondhand smoke.

Bronchitis is when mucus is blocking the bronchial tube. It might be harder to breath and will cause coughing. This will make cheats discomfort in the Respiratory system. A way to prevent Bronchitis is to not smoke. you might be able to cure it by getting resat drinking fluids and most of all avoid smoke and fumes.
facts about my disease
87% of lung cancer in caused by smoking
Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women
About two out of three people diagnosed with lung cancer are 65 or older.
The chance that a man will develop lung cancer in his lifetime is about 1 in 13 and for a woman, 1 in 16

Lung cancer affects digestive system by making you lose your appetite
Lung cancer affects the circulatory by by blocking airways

Lung Cancer affects the excretory system by drying up the skin

Affects on other systems
In our presentation, you learned about how diseases affect our system, how they work, and how they interact with each other. We talked about all different things, including how certain systems work with each other to make them work at their best. You also learned about how different diseases affect the systems. Thank you for listening to our presentation.
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