PFT ReviewFiled Under: Courses, FBRC Loading... Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab Download [1.30 MB] FBRC Course # 20-602235Provider # 50-119615 CE Credits when you get 80% or higher on the quiz! First and last Name enter your RT Number Email Date 1. [ PFT ]Check all that applySelect all that apply to Emphysema as it pertains to the Flow Volume Loop. The expiratory limb is generally affected causing a reduced peak flow. The descending limb of the expiratory loop is convexed. The expiratory limb is generally affected causing a reduced peak flow. The shape of the flow volume loop indicate little to no results in determining upper airway limitation.2. [ PFT ]According to this reading, PFT is defined as studies to determine standardized BMI. studies using standardized equipment to measure Surfactant Production. studies or maneuvers that may be performed using standardized equipment to measure lung function. studies or maneuvers that may be used to determine standardized drug dosing.3. [ PFT ]Check all that apply. The mechanism for diagnosing Asthma using Bronchoprovocation creates hyperreactiviy to determine Asthma. Which of the following may cause false positives? Parenchymal Respiratory Disorders COPD CHF Upper Respiratory Infections4. [ PFT ]Obstructive vs. RestrictiveDetermine if this condition would present as obstructive or restrictive. Increased Compliance Obstructive Restrictive5. [ PFT ]Obstructive vs. RestrictiveDetermine if this condition would present as obstructive or restrictive. CHF Obstructive Restrictive6. [ PFT ]Which can measure the total volume of air in the chest? Spirometry FEV1 Bronchoprovocation Body Plethsmography7. [ PFT ]Spirometry vs. FEV1Determine if the statement pertains to Spiromety or FEV1The most commonly used diagnostic tool; often used for pre-op screening. FEV1 Spirometry8. [ PFT ]Using the Basic Concept Section Ventilation is defined as, the process of generating he forces necessary to move the appropriate volumes of air from the atomosphere to the alveoli meeting metabolic demands. the process of exchanging highs and lows of Co2 with Nitrogen intake. the process of meeting metabolic needs through breath hold techniques. the process of exhaling all air within the firs second.9. [ PFT ]Spirometry vs. FEV1Determine if the statement pertains to Spiromety or FEV1The most widely used parameter to measure mechanical properties of the lungs. Spirometry FEV110. [ PFT ]Obstructive vs. RestrictiveDetermine if this condition would present as obstructive or restrictive.Beryllium Disease Obstructive Restrictive11 out of 10Time is Up!