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  1. Test used for diagnosing hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia
    Glucose tolerance test
  2. How is blood for measuring glucose obtained
    Skin puncture or venipuncture by fasting or nonfasting
  3. What type of charge do sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium have?
    Positive charge
  4. What type of charge do chloride, bicarbonate, and phosphate have?
    negative charge
  5. The key test to diagnosing tissue damage
    blood enzyme test
  6. Tissue death as a result of disease or injury
  7. Blood lipids bound to protein that are measured along with cholesterol
  8. Measures the clients cardiovascular fitness and shows the myocardiums ability to respond to increased oxygen requirements
    stress test
  9. How is a stress test measured?
    with an EKG
  10. The visualization of a body organ or cavity through a scope
  11. Withdrawing fluid that has been abnormally collected or to obtain a specimen
  12. Aspiration of cerebrospinal fluid from the subarachnoid space
    lumbar puncture
  13. Collection of air or gas in the pleural space causing the lungs to collapse
  14. Aspiration of fluids in the pleural cavity
  15. Aspiration of fluid from the abdominal cavity
  16. What is the primary function of the respiratory system?
    To deliver oxygen and remove carbon dioxide from the lungs
  17. The inside of the chest cage is called
    Thoracic cavity
  18. The lungs are separated from other organs by the ____?
  19. The lungs are attached to _____ and _____?
    heart and trachea
  20. A thin transparent double layered serous membrane lining the thoracic cavity
  21. _____ and _____ are layers of the pleura.
    parietal and visceral pleura
  22. ____ lies adjacent to the chest wall and produce pleural fluid
    Parietal fluid
  23. ____ adheres to the surface of the lungs and absorb pleural fluid.
    Visceral fluid
  24. How much fluid does the pleural space contain
    5 -20 ml of fluid
  25. True or False

    The right lung is larger than the left?
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