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Compiled By : Pipit oktaviani (I - b) 2012.49.082 / 41 AKPER DHARMA HUSADA KEDIRI TAHUN 2012/2013 PREFACE Praise to Allah SWT who has given strength, patience and sincerity to develop and finish our job, writing a paper, entitled Respiratory System for health purposes. In this finished paper, hopefully we can take English lessons better because the task assigned resolved. We would like to thank the - those who have helped
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    Compiled By  : Pipit oktaviani (I - b) 2012.49.082 / 41 AKPER DHARMA HUSADA KEDIRI TAHUN 2012/2013  PREFACE Praise to Allah SWT who has given strength, patience and sincerity to develop and finish our job, writing a paper, entitled Respiratory System for health purposes. In this finished paper, hopefully we can take English lessons better because the task assigned resolved. We would like to thank the - those who have helped in completing this task, so we can complete the task well and can be useful in D3 Nursing. Thanks to Didik, S.,S.Kep.,Ns. as the supervisor who gave this task so that we can do and accomplish this task. We are fully aware that there are still many shortcomings in this paper. To that end, we are looking forward to the feedback, suggestions and criticism from all sides that are built to  perfection this paper. Kediri, March 6, 2013 Composer  CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY  A.   BACKDROP Humans are creatures whose bodies are composed of multiple organ systems, namely the digestive system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, motion system, coordinate system, the reproductive system and excretory system. Each organ system supports functions together with each other and works in harmony. In the event of disruption in one organ system it will affect other organ systems. It is therefore important for us to maintain the health of every organ system that we have. Healthy lifestyle by eating low-fat foods and avoid fast food and regular exercise will make us avoid disease threats. The adults most of us would love to eat fast food and fatty foods. Additionally, high levels of ambient air pollution worsened lately our health. In this paper we will discuss the respiratory system, but is specific to the upper respiratory tract consists of the nose, pharynx and larynx. The scope of the discussion covers each constituent network of the respiratory organs and anatomy and structure. B.   THEOLOGICAL PROBLEM a)   What understanding of the human respiratory system?  b)   What is the human respiration system? c)   And what are the mechanisms of human respiration? C.   PURPOSE The author expects to reading this paper can increase knowledge and understanding and can  be a reference for the students friends study anatomy of the respiratory system.  CHAPTER II DISCUSSION A.   DEFINITIONS RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Breathing or respiration is gas exchange between living things (organisms) with the environment. In general, respiration can be defined as the process of inhaling oxygen from the air and give off carbon dioxide and water vapor. In the process of respiration, oxygen is a substance necessity. Oxygen for respiration obtained from the air in the surrounding environment. Breathing in humans includes two processes, namely : 1.    External Respiration Breathing is where the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide occurs between the air in the lungs with a bubble of blood in the capillaries. 2.    Internal Breathing Breathing is where the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the blood in the capillaries to tissue cells. In the process of respiration, oxygen is needed for the oxidation (burning) of nutrients. These nutrients are oxidized sugar (glucose). Glucose is the energy-containing nutrients. The  process of oxidation of nutrients, namely glucose, aiming to produce energy. So, breathing or respiratory organisms do aim to take the energy contained in the food. The main result is the energy breathing. The energy produced is used for live events, for example, to growth, to maintain body temperature, division of body cells and muscle contraction. B.   RESPIRATORY SYSTEM IN HUMANS Humans breathe indirectly. That is, not breathing air to diffuse directly through the skin surface. Diffusion of air for breathing in humans occurs on the inside of the body, the bubble of the lungs (alveoli). In respiratory indirectly, air enters into the human body by means of intermediary breathing. The tools consist of breathing in human Nasal Cavity, Pharynx (Throat), Larynx (The Voice Box), Trachea (Windpipe), Bronchi (Bronchus) and Pulmonary (Lung). 1.    Nasal Cavity

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