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Author Arroyo, Juan Pablo, author.

Title Back to basics in physiology : O2 and CO2 in the respiratory and cardiovascular systems / Juan Pablo Arroyo (Internal Medicine Resident, Tinsley R. Harrison Society Scholar, Vanderbilt University - School of Medicine), Adam J. Schweickert (Attending Physician, Hospitalist Medicine -Pediatric ICU, St. Barnabas Medical Center).

Published Amsterdam : Elsevier/Academic Press, [2015]
©2015.

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 UniM BioMed  612 ARRO    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 164 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 163-164).
Contents Chapter 1 Cellular Respiration and Diffusion 1 -- Introduction 1 -- O₂ and CO₂ for One Cell: Mechanics of Single Cell Gas Exchange 3 -- Review of the Physical Properties of Gases 7 -- Review of Diffusion and Gradients 10 -- Diffusion and the Cell 14 -- Development of Multicellular Organisms from Single Cells, CO₂ and CO₂ for Trillions of Cells 16 -- Clinical Vignettes 17 -- Chapter 2 Functional Anatomy of the Lungs and Capillaries: Blueprints of Gas Exchange 19 -- Functional Anatomy of Gas Exchange 20 -- Functional Histology of the Capillaries and the Alveolar-Capillaries Unit 27 -- Clinical Vignettes 29 -- Chapter 3 Lung Mechanics: Putting the Blueprints of Gas Exchange into Action 31 -- In and Out: How Gas Moves 33 -- Pleural Pressures: Negative versus Positive Pressure 41 -- Lungs Outside the Body: Tissue Dynamics 45 -- Clinical Vignettes 57 -- Chapter 4 Respiratory Cycle 61 -- What are Lung Volumes and Capacities? 61 -- Alveolar Ventilation and Dead Space Ventilation 65 -- Composition of Alveolar Air 69 -- Clinical Vignettes 77 -- Chapter 5 Gases Inside the Body, Liquid Transport 81 -- Getting into Blood, Henry's Law, and Why We Need Red Blood Cells 81 -- Why are RBCs So Special? 83 -- Oh Marvelous Hemoglobin! 86 -- CO₂ Content and CO₂ Delivery 90 -- Dynamics of CO₂-Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve: How Does it Know Where to Deliver Its Cargo? 94 -- Transport of CO₂ in the Blood 101 -- Clinical Vignettes 103 -- Chapter 6 Alveolar-Capillary Unit and V/Q Matching 107 -- Alveolar-Arterial Difference: How Good is the Lung at Exchanging CO₂ and CO₂ 107 -- Ventilation/Perfusion Relationships: Matching the Movement of CO₂, CO₂, and Blood 110 -- Clinical Vignettes 114 -- Chapter 7 Regulation of CO₂ and CO₂ in the Body and Acid/Base 115 -- What Actually Drives Ventilation? 115 -- CO₂, H₂O, Carbonic Acid, HCO₃⁻, pH, and pKa-What? 118 -- Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation 120 -- Changes in CO₂ and pH: Respiratory Acid/Base Disorders 122 -- Clinical Vignettes 124 -- Chapter 8 Clinical Recognition: Signs and Symptoms of Respiratory Distress and Their Physiologic Basis 125 -- Causes of Respiratory Failure 126 -- Ways that Ventilation Can Be Improved 131 -- Clinical Signs of Respiratory Failure 132 -- Putting it All in Context 137 -- Chapter 9 Clinical Integration 139 -- Case #1 140 -- Case #2 144 -- Case #3 145 -- Case #4 149 -- Case #5 151 -- Case #6 153.
Other author Schweickert, Adam J., author.
Subject Human physiology -- Respiration.
Human physiology -- Cardiovascular system.
ISBN 0128017686
9780128017685
9780128018040