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Component 3 Unit 11 Application Activities

Unit 11
Respiratory System

Suggested Student Application Activities

Instructor Guidelines for Application Activities

  • Paper Activities

  1. Medical Dictionary Exercise –Respiratory System

  2. Word Building Exercise – Respiratory System




  • Interactive Activities

Medline Plus (www.medlineplus.gov), a service of the U.S. National

Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health, offers access to the Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary for word searches and correct pronunciation of medical terms.
1. Pronounce the Key Terms using the dictionary available at MedlinePlus

a. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/

Medline Plus (www.medlineplus.gov), a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health presents interactive health tutorials from the Patient Education Institute. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for a variety of diseases and conditions. Also learn about surgeries, prevention and wellness. Each tutorial includes animated graphics, audio and easy-to-read language.
2. Diseases and Conditions of the Respiratory System
a. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tutorial.html

1. Asthma

2. Cystic Fibrosis

3. Lung Cancer

4. Pneumonia

5. Tuberculosis


b. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/healthtopics.html

1. Bronchitis

2. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

3. Pulmonary Hypertension

4. Emphysema
3. Tests and Diagnostic Procedures of the Respiratory System:
a. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tutorial.html

1. Bronchoscopy


4. Surgical and Treatment Procedures of the Respiratory System:
a. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tutorial.html

1. None assigned


b. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/healthtopics.html

1. Lung Transplantation


Instructions to Instructors:
1. Medical Dictionary Exercise
Instructions: This activity enables the student to gain experience with using a medical dictionary to correctly define the various word parts that will enable them to appropriately build medical terms.
Distribute the Medical Dictionary Exercise to the students either as an in-class or homework assignment.


Unit 11 - Medical Dictionary Exercise
Using the PowerPoint presentation, a medical dictionary, the tables provided in Unit 1 (Understanding Medical Words) and Appendix A: Word Parts and What They Mean from Medline Plus (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/appendixa.html), define the following word parts.


WORD PART

DEFINITION

adenoid/o




alveol/o




brady-



bronch/o




-capnia




cyan/o




dys-




epiglott/o




eu-




laryng/o




nas/o




ox/i




ox/o




pharyng/o




-phonia




phren/o




pleur/o




-pnea




pneum/o




pneumon/o




-ptysis




pulmon/o




rhin/o




sept/o




tachy-




-thorax




trache/o





Unit 11 - Medical Dictionary Exercise - Key
Using the PowerPoint presentation, a medical dictionary, the tables provided in Unit 1 (Understanding Medical Words) and/or Appendix A: Word Parts and What They Mean from Medline Plus (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/appendixa.html), define the following word parts.


word part

definition

adenoid/o

of or relating to the adenoids

alveol/o

alveolus

brady-

slow

bronch/o

bronchial tube; bronchial

-capnia

carbon dioxide in the blood

cyan/o

blue

dys-

abnormal; difficult; impaired

epiglott/o

epiglottis

eu-

normal; good

laryng/o

larynx

nas/o

nose; nasal

ox/i

containing oxygen

ox/o

containing oxygen

pharyng/o

pharynx

-phonia

speech disorder

phren/o

diaphragm

pleur/o

pleura

-pnea

breath; breathing

pneum/o

air; respiration

pneumon/o

lung

-ptysis

spewing; expectoration

pulmon/o

lung

rhin/o

nose; nasal

sept/o

septum

tachy-

rapid; accelerated

-thorax

thoracic cavity

trache/o

Trachea; tracheal

2. Word Building Exercise
Instructions: This activity enables the student to identify various word parts and complete the medical term that best fits each definition given.
Distribute the Word Building Exercise to the students either as an in-class or homework assignment.

Unit 11 Respiratory System:  Word Building Exercise
Using the following word parts, complete the word that best fits each definition given below.  Word parts may be used more than once. NOTE: Some terms use more than one combining form. Some may have more than one correct answer.

brady- bronch/o bronchi/o -capnia dys-

eu- laryng/o ox/i ox/o -pnea

-phonia pleur/o pneum/o pneumon/o -ptysis

rhin/o sept/o tachy- -thorax trache/o


  1. Runny nose: ____________rrhea

  2. Difficulty breathing: dys__________________

  3. Air or gas in the plural cavity: pneumo_______________

  4. Pleurisy with pneumonia: ______________pneumonia

  5. Incision into the trachea and the larynx: __________________tomy

  6. Spitting blood: hemo____________

  7. Device for measuring oxygen saturation in blood: ____meter

  8. Abnormal slowness in eating: _____________phagia

  9. Fungal pulmonary disease: ______________mycosis

  10. Abnormally rapid speech: _______________phrasia

  11. Excessive CO2 in blood: hyper_________________

  12. Surgical opening in the septum: _____________ostomy

  13. Inflammation of the larynx and trachea: _________________itis

  14. Hoarseness: dys____________

  15. Chronic dilation of bronchus: ______________ectasis

  16. Normal amounts of CO2 in blood: _____capnia

  17. Combining a substance with oxygen: ______idize

  18. Surgical repair of a bronchial defect: _____________plasty

  19. Abnormal speech rhythm, melody, and articulation: ___________prosody

  20. Disease of the lungs: ________________pathy

Unit 11 Respiratory System:  Word Building Exercise Key

Using the following word parts, complete the word that best fits each definition given below.  Word parts may be used more than once. NOTE: Some terms use more than one combining form. Some may have more than one correct answer.

brady- bronch/o bronchi/o -capnia dys-

eu- laryng/o ox/i ox/o -pnea

-phonia pleur/o pneum/o pneumon/o -ptysis

rhin/o sept/o tachy- -thorax trache/o


1. Runny nose: rhinorrhea

2. Difficulty breathing: dyspnea

3. Air or gas in the plural cavity: pneumothorax

4. Pleurisy with pneumonia: pleuropneumonia

5. Incision into the trachea and the larynx: tracheolaryngotomy;

laryngotracheotomy

6. Spitting blood: hemoptysis

7. Device for measuring oxygen saturation in blood: oximeter

8. Abnormal slowness in eating: bradyphagia

9. Fungal pulmonary disease: pneumomycosis

10. Abnormally rapid speech: tachyphrasia

11. Excessive CO2 in blood: hypercapnia

12. Surgical opening in the septum: stepostomy

13. Inflammation of the larynx and trachea: laryngotracheitis

14. Hoarseness: dysphonia

15. Chronic dilation of bronchus: bronchiectasis

16. Normal amounts of CO2 in blood: eucapnia

17. Combining a substance with oxygen: oxidize

18. Surgical repair of a bronchial defect: bronchoplasty

19. Abnormal speech rhythm, melody, and articulation: dysprosody

20. Disease of the lungs: pneumonopathy



Interactive Activities
Medline Plus (www.medlineplus.gov), a service of the U.S. NATIONAL Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health, offers access to the Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary for word searches and correct pronunciation of medical terms.
1. Pronounce the Key Terms using the dictionary available at MedlinePlus

Instructions:  This activity enables the student to gain experience by using the online medical dictionary to correctly hear and pronounce medical terms appropriate to this unit.
Distribute the Key Terms Pronunciation Exercise to the students either as an in-class or homework assignment.
a. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/
1. Click on the medical dictionary link under "Health Topics"

2. Enter the key term and click “search”

3. Click on the red “speaker icon” and listen to the pronunciation

4. Pronounce the key term and repeat if needed


Alveolar

Brochiectasis

Bronchiolitis

Bronchoplasty

Bronchoscopy

Cyanosis


Dysphonia

Dyspnea


Epiglottitis

Hemoptysis

Hypercapnia

Laryngeal

Laryngotracheitis

Oxidize


Oximeter

Pharyngitis

Pleuropneumonia

Pneumomycosis

Pneumonectomy

Pneumothorax

Pulmonary

Rhinorrhea

Laryngotomy

Septostomy

Tracheostomy
Medline Plus (www.medlineplus.gov), a service of the U.S. NATIONAL Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health presents interactive health tutorials from the Patient Education Institute. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for a variety of diseases and conditions. Also learn about surgeries, prevention and wellness. Each tutorial includes animated graphics, audio and easy-to-read language.
2. Disease and Conditions of the Respiratory System
Instructions: This activity enables the student gather additional information regarding the various diseases and conditions of the Respiratory System.
Have the students either as an in-class or homework assignment go to the Medline Plus website and complete 2 or more of these interactive tutorials.
a. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tutorial.html

1. Asthma

2. Cystic Fibrosis

3. Lung Cancer

4. Pneumonia

5. Tuberculosis


Have the students either as an in-class or homework assignment go to the

MedlinePlus Health Topics page and under Body Location/Systems, select 2 or more of these Respiratory System Topics.


b. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/healthtopics.html

1. Bronchitis

2. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

3. Pulmonary Hypertension

4. Emphysema

3. Tests and Diagnostic Procedures of the Respiratory System:


Instructions: This activity enables the student to gather additional information regarding diagnostic procedures of the Respiratory System.
Have the students either as an in-class or homework assignment complete this interactive tutorial.
a. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tutorial.html

1. Bronchoscopy


4. Surgical and Treatment Procedures of the Respiratory System:
Instructions: This activity enables the student to gather additional information regarding surgical procedures of the Respiratory System.
Have the students either as an in-class or homework assignment go to the

MedlinePlus Health Topics page and under Body Location/Systems, select the topic for review under Lungs and Breathing.


a. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/healthtopics.html

1. Lung Transplantation



Expected Outcomes for Student Activities
1. Medical Dictionary Exercise
This activity demonstrates the ability of the student to utilize a medical dictionary and other resources to research and define word roots, prefixes and suffixes that are common to the Respiratory system.
2. Word Building Exercise
This activity demonstrates the ability of the student to combine word roots, prefixes, and suffixes to create proper medical terms.
3. Pronounce Key Terms
This activity permits the students to correctly hear and pronounce key terms related to this unit’s body system.
4. Diseases and Conditions of the Respiratory System Interactive Tutorials
This activity reinforces information provided in the unit as well as allows the student to obtain additional information regarding common diseases and conditions of the Respiratory system.
5. Tests and Diagnostic Procedures of the Respiratory Interactive Tutorial
This activity reinforces information provided in the unit as well as allows the student to obtain additional information regarding common diagnostic procedures of the Respiratory system.
6. Surgical and Treatment Procedures of the Respiratory System
This activity reinforces information provided in the unit as well as allows the student to obtain additional information regarding common diseases and conditions of the Respiratory system.




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