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Movement of air in and out of lungs

Ventilation

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Movement of gases between air spaces and blood stream

Diffusion

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Exchange of oxygen and Carbon dioxide

Respiration

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Movement of blood into and out of lungs to organs and tissues

Perfusion

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CNS sends signals to chest walls to control rate, depth and rhythm.

Neural regulators

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Carbon dioxide and hydrogen ions affect rate and depth of ventilation.

Oxygen transport.

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Dissolved in plasma, carb amino compound, bicarbonate.

Carbon dioxide transport.

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Inadequate tissue oxygenation at the central level.

Hypoxia

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Inadequate ventilation to meets the body demand.

Hypoventilation.

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Increase the respiratory rate.

Hyperventilation

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Hypoxia is a life threatening, which are the causes of hypoxia.?

Anemia. Atelectasis. Cardiomyopathy
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Septic shock
Cyanide poisoning, head trauma
Pneumonia, spinal cord injury,

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Atelectasis and collapsed alveoli can cause

Hypoventilation

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Which one are the causes and symptoms of hypoventilation

Dizziness, headache on awakening, lethargy, cardiac, dysrhythmias, electrolyte imbalances, convulsions, cardiac arrest.

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Which one are the causes of hyperventilation?

Anxiety, infections, drugs, acid base imbalance, fever, aspirin poisoning, and amphetamine.

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Which one are the signs and symptoms of hypoventilation?

Sinus tachycardia, SOB, chest pain, dizziness, light headedness, paresthesia, tinnitus, blurred vision, carpopdedal spasm.

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Resistance of ejection of blood from left ventricle.

After load.

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Amount of blood at the end of ventricular diastole.

Preload.

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Amount of blood ejected from left ventricle each minute.

Cardiac output (CO)

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Amount of blood ejected with each contraction

Stroke volume (SV)