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PO2 Calculations – Effect of Barometric Pressure on the Pulmonary System

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture PO2 Calculations – Effect of Barometric Pressure on the Pulmonary System by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Respiratory Physiology.


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    1. Increases mean pulmonary artery pressure.
    2. Decreases the rate and depth of breathing.
    3. Increases the partial pressure gradient of oxygen.
    4. Decreases hemoglobin concentration.
    1. Stimulation of central chemoreceptors to ventilate more.
    2. Decreased partial pressure of oxygen in the arterial blood.
    3. Decreased partial pressure of oxygen in the alveolar gas.
    4. Diffusion of carbon dioxide out of the cerebrospinal fluid.
    5. Depressed activity of central chemoreceptors.
    1. Respiratory acidosis.
    2. Hyperventilation.
    3. Increased cardiac output.
    4. Increased red cell mass.
    5. Decreased plasma volume.

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     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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    By Macarena C. on 29. October 2017 for PO2 Calculations – Effect of Barometric Pressure on the Pulmonary System

    very good lecture! finally i understood respiratory physiology, i loved the slides