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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
Choose a category. You will be given a
question. You must give the correct answer.
Click to begin.
2
Choose a point value.
Choose a point value.
Click here for Final Jeopardy
3
Stress
Visual Illusions
Spatial Disorientation
Eyeball
Hypoxia
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Define Hypoxia
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What is.. Results when the body lacks oxygen?
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This type of hypoxia is caused by a reduction in
the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood
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What is Hypemic Hypoxia?
8
In this type of hypoxia, the oxygen-carrying
capacity of the blood is adequate, but
circulation is inadequate.
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What is.. Stagnant Hypoxia?
10
This type of hypoxia results when there is
interference with the use of oxygen by body
tissues
11
What is.. Histotoxic Hypoxia
12
This type of hypoxia occurs when decreasing
atmospheric pressure prevents the diffusion of
oxygen from the lungs to the bloodstream.
13
What is. Hypoxic Hypoxia?
14
A nonspecific response of the body to any demand
placed upon it
15
What is.. The definition of stress?
16
Any stimulus or event that requires an individual
to adjust or adapt in some way?
17
What is.. A Stressor?
18
This major category of stressor are life events.
They may trigger adaptation or change in ones
lifestyle, career, and/or interaction with
others.
19
What is.. Psychosocial Stressors
20
Poor weather resulting in instrument flight
conditions may cause significant stress and
increases the fatigue of aircrews. What major
category of stress would this be an example of?
21
What is.. Environmental Stressor?
22
This medical term refers to undesired effects
resulting from the combination of two or more
drugs or from a stressful situation experienced
while taking a prescribed drug.
23
What is.. Synergistic Effects
24
This type of vision is experienced under
low-light level environments such as partial
moonlight and starlight conditions.
25
What is Scotopic Vision?
26
This blind spot covers an area of 5.5 to 7.5
degrees. It is about 15 degrees from the fovea
and originates where the optic nerve attaches to
the retina.
27
What is.. Day Blind Spot?
28
This chemical permits the cone cells to respond
immediately to visual stimulation, regardless of
the level of ambient light
29
What is.. Iodopsin?
30
This part of the eye is a circular, transparent
protective tissue that projects forward and
protects the eye..
31
What is.. The Cornea?
32
This simple test expresses the comparison of the
distance at which a given set of letters is
correctly read to the distance at which the
letters would be read by someone with clinically
normal eyesight. Name this test..
33
What is The Snellen Test
34
This visual illusion is the falsely perceived
self-motion in relation to the motion of another
object..
35
What is.. Relative Motion?
36
This visual illusion occurs when aircrew members
land at night, under NVG conditions, and the IR
searchlight is directed too far under the nose of
the aircraft..
37
What is.. Crater Illusion?
38
This visual illusion is caused by the effects of
heat waves, rain, snow, sleet, or other visual
obscurants.
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What is.. Structural Illusion?
40
This visual illusion is due to a lack of
sufficient visual cues and causes an aircrew
member to lose depth perception..
41
What is. Height-Depth Illusion
42
Crew members may become so engrossed with a
problem or task within the cockpit that they fail
to properly scan outside the aircraft.
43
What is. Fascination (Fixation)
44
Define Spatial Disorientation
45
What is. A individuals inability to determine
his position, attitude, and motion relative to
the surface of the earth or significant objects?
46
This is a spinning sensation usually caused by a
peripheral vestibular abnormally in the middle
ear..
47
What is.. Vertigo?
48
A pilot perceives a problem (resulting from S.D.)
The pilot, however, may fail to recognize it as
S.D. What type of S.D. does this describe?....
49
What is. Type II (Recognized)
50
What type of S.D. would a pilot have if he
experiences such an overwhelming sensation of
movement that he cannot orient himself by using
visual cues or aircraft instruments?
51
What is.. Type III (Incapacitating)
52
What is the most dangerous type of disorientation?
53
What is. Type I (Unrecognized)
54
Final Jeopardy
Make your wager
55
  • Which one is it?
  • Hyperglycemia
  • Or
  • (2) Hypoglycemia

56
What is.. Hypoglycemia?
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