Flashcards in Oxigenation Deck (19):
Movement of air in and out of lungs
Movement of gases between air spaces and blood stream
Exchange of oxygen and Carbon dioxide
Movement of blood into and out of lungs to organs and tissues
CNS sends signals to chest walls to control rate, depth and rhythm.
Carbon dioxide and hydrogen ions affect rate and depth of ventilation.
Dissolved in plasma, carb amino compound, bicarbonate.
Carbon dioxide transport.
Inadequate tissue oxygenation at the central level.
Inadequate ventilation to meets the body demand.
Increase the respiratory rate.
Hypoxia is a life threatening, which are the causes of hypoxia.?
Anemia. Atelectasis. Cardiomyopathy
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Cyanide poisoning, head trauma
Pneumonia, spinal cord injury,
Atelectasis and collapsed alveoli can cause
Which one are the causes and symptoms of hypoventilation
Dizziness, headache on awakening, lethargy, cardiac, dysrhythmias, electrolyte imbalances, convulsions, cardiac arrest.
Which one are the causes of hyperventilation?
Anxiety, infections, drugs, acid base imbalance, fever, aspirin poisoning, and amphetamine.
Which one are the signs and symptoms of hypoventilation?
Sinus tachycardia, SOB, chest pain, dizziness, light headedness, paresthesia, tinnitus, blurred vision, carpopdedal spasm.
Resistance of ejection of blood from left ventricle.
Amount of blood at the end of ventricular diastole.
Amount of blood ejected from left ventricle each minute.
Cardiac output (CO)