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KIN 232: Pulmonary Physiology

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Wesley Smith

on 11 July 2016

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Transcript of KIN 232: Pulmonary Physiology

KIN 232: Pulmonary Physiology
Mechanics of Ventilation V/Q Matching
Conduction Zone and Mechanics of Ventilation
Surfactant and Hysterisis
Static & Dynamic Lung Volumes
Control Of Breathing
Pulmonary Gas Exchange
Applied Questions
Why do elite athletes experience exercise induced hypoxemia?
A pneumonia patient on oxygen is laying on his side in bed hits a SAO2 of 80% and alarms are going off in the ICU; what can you do to attempt to raise his SAO2?
What is the mechanism of dynamic hyperinflation during exercise in COPD patients and how does it affect their exercise capacity, HRR, and HrMax?
Why is exercise duration above vent. threshold increased by breathing helium-mixed gas (in place of nitrogen)?
In the absence of an inhaler, what is the first line treatment recommended for an acute asthma attack?
What is the mechanism of secondary drowning?
What would the effects of sodium bicarbonate ingestion be on exercise performance (less than 10 minutes)?
V/Q Matching
Valsalva Maneuver
Fick's Law
Emphysema Lung Dissection
Vent. Equivalents
Exercise Intensities and Vo2 Slow Component
Deadspace
Arterial Oxygen Content:
O2 delivery is ~ 1 L per minute.
Pulmonary Gas Exchange
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