Pulmonary Physiology, Seventh Edition
McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 30, 2007 - Medical - 278 pages
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Chapter 3 Alveolar Ventilation
Chapter 4 Blood Flow to the Lung
Chapter 5 VentilationPerfusion Relationships
Chapter 6 Diffusion of Gases
Chapter 7 The Transport of Oxygen Carbon Dioxide in the Blood
Chapter 8 The Regulation of AcidBase Status
Chapter 9 The Control of Breathing
Chapter 10 Nonrespiratory Functions of the Lung
Chapter 11 The Respiratory System Under Stress
Clinical Problem Answers
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acid acidosis activity airflow airways alkalosis alterations alveolar pressure alveolar ventilation alveoli anatomic arterial arterial PCO2 bicarbonate blood flow body breathing buffer capacity carbon dioxide cardiac output cause cells central changes Chapter chemoreceptors chest wall circulation cm H2O compliance concentration curve dead space decreased determined diffusion discussed disease dissociation effects elastic recoil elevated enter equal exercise expiration Figure fluid forced function greater hemoglobin higher hydrogen ion hypoxia increase inspiration intrapleural pressure less levels lower lung volumes measured mechanisms metabolic mixed mm Hg muscles nitrogen normal Note obstruction occurs oxygen partial pressure patient PCO2 perfusion person physiologic plasma pressure gradient produced pulmonary artery pulmonary capillary receptors reflex regions removed resistance respiratory response result seen shunt stimulation surface surface tension tissues total lung capacity units upper vascular venous blood vessels
Page 54 - Residual volume (formerly residual capacity or residual air) is the volume of gas remaining in the lungs at the end of a maximal expiration.
Page 51 - Little JB. Significance of the relationship between lung recoil and maximum expiratory flow.
Page 32 - ... is inversely proportional to the fourth power of the radius of the tube...
Page 130 - The rates of diffusion of two gases are inversely proportional to the square roots of their densities.
Page 110 - GLAZIER. JB. MALONEY. JE. WEST. JB, Effect of lung volume on the distribution of pulmonary blood flow in man, Resp.
Page 110 - The bronchial circulation: small, but a vital attribute of the lung.
Page 82 - Factors affecting regional distribution of ventilation and perfusion in the lung.
Page 127 - Wagner PD, Laravuso RB, Uhl RR, West JB: Continuous distributions of ventilation-perfusion ratios in normal subjects breathing air and 100% O2.
Page 51 - The Pathway for Oxygen: Structure and Function in the Mammalian Respiratory System. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1984, pp.
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