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The top graph shows the mean temperature over the past 160,000 years as determined from ice-core data. Which of graphs A through D best represents the carbon dioxide concentration in air over the same time period as measured from air bubbles trapped in the ice cores?
C. Graph C
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4 When a child cries, oxygen intake is decreased due to the increased rate and depth of respirations. Alveolar carbon dioxide concentration is higher than body production and it results in hyperventilation. Hyperventilation may be voluntary or involuntary. Dyspnea is distress during breathing or an inadequate breathing pattern due to pathological illness. Dyspnea can also be caused by a respiratory and cardiovascular problem. During times of exercise or after heavy activities, the respiratory pattern that is needed to meet the metabolic demands is termed as hyperpnea. In situations where there is inadequate oxygenation, the pattern of respiration is considered hypoventilation. If it exceeds the limits it may also cause respiratory acidosis.
The nurse is observing the respiratory pattern of a child who is crying. The nurse documents that the child has an increased rate and depth of respirations due to crying. What term does the nurse use to describe this? 1 Dyspnea 2 Hyperpnea 3 Hypoventilation 4 Hyperventilation
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