# 2.13 principles of gas exchange and control of respiration

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1. Factors affecting gas exchange) Respiratory Membrane: thickness of respiratory membrane (2)
Gas must pass through fluid and cell membranes

.5 microns is healthy girth
2. Factors affecting gas exchange) Respiratory Membrane: surface area
-70 square meters per lung of alveolar surface area
3. Factors affecting gas exchange) partial pressures: Daltons law
Total pressure of gas in chamber is defined as the sum of each individual gas pressure
4. What does Delta PO2 mean?
Alveolus higher than arriving blood
5. What does delta PCO2 mean?
Arriving blood higher than alveolus
6. Diffusion gfradeitns ) Alveolus vs Alveolar capillary : details (3)
-alveolar pO2 = 104 mm hg

-capillary blood arriving @ alveolus has pO2 = 40 mm hg

-so therefore, O2 will diffuse into capillary blood bc its lower in content
7. Diffusion gfradeitns ) systematic capillary vs the cell (3)
-arriving capillary PO2 is 104

-Cell PO2 is 40

-therefore O2 is going to flow into the cell
8. Diffusion gfradeitns ) Systematic capillary vs the cell

CO2 (3)
-arriving cap pco2 is 40

-cell pco2 is 45

-therefore the co2 will flow into the arriving cap bc of lower content
9. Diffusion gfradeitns ) pulmonary cap vs the alveolus (3)
-arriving cap pco2 is 45 mmhg

-alveolar pco2 is 40 mm hg

• -therefore the co2 will flow into the alveolar
• *it gets exhaled
10. Transport of respiratory gases in blood) O2: (2)
-1.5% dissolved in plasma = Po2

-98.5 % bound to hemoglobin
11. Transport of respiratory gases in blood) O2: Binding formula or Hemoglobin + O2
Hg + O2 -> Hbo2
12. Transport of respiratory gases in blood) O2: what's positive comparability ?
• When 1 O2 binds with hemoglobin, the rest of O2 will have easier time to bind because it keeps changing the configuration of hemoglobin every time O2 binds
• *this is how o2 can bind to Hb
13. What does hemoglobin disassociation curve show?
14. hb disassociation curve) As we go into systematic circulation (2)
Po2 drops & concentration of Hb drops also
15. hb disassociation curve) what percent of O2 do we remove as we go from lungs to tissues?
25%
16. Is there a fair amount of oxygen in deoxygenated blood? Why? Why not?
Yes there is because we only use up 25% of O2 during one cycle of blood around the body so we have 75% left over
17. What is the Bohr effect?
• The shifting of usage in co2 from normal arterial carbon dioxide
• *decreased or increased
18. 5 factors that affects the normal arterial CO2
-pO2

-temp

-pH

-pCO2

-2,3 DPG
19. To the left side shift: (5)
-low pO2

-high temp

-low pH

-high PCO2

-high DPG
20. To the right (5)
-high pO2

-low temp

-high pH

-low pCO2

-low DPG
21. To the left signifies
• Cooler body temp
• *unload its O2 more slowly bc it probably indicated you're resting so no nee for extra o2
22. To the right signifies
Warmer body temp thus increased CO2
23. CO2)
-7-10 % dissolved in plasma = pCO2

-20-30% bound to hemoglobin
24. CO2) formula in hb
hb + co2 <-> HbCO2 + O2
25. CO2) what's the carbonic anhydrase reaction?
Making hb and H2O (in blood) into carbonic acid
26. CO2) what happens to carbonic acid (2)
Becomes bicarbonate and hydrogen ion
27. CO2) 60% of CO2 is transported in
blood
28. CO2) what's chloride shift?
-chloride enters while bicarbonate leaves cell to maintain balance of charges
29. Control of respiration) 2 types of controls
-neural and chemical mechanisms
30. Control of respiration) Neural mechanisms : controlled by
brain
31. Control of respiration) Neural mechanisms: Medullary respiratory groups, 2 of them
-DRG= Dorsal

-VRG= anterior
32. Control of respiration) Neural mechanisms: 2 of them
Medullary respiratory groups

Inspiratory/excitatory center
33. Control of respiration) Neural mechanisms: Sends signals to (2)
-phrenic nerve

-intercostal nerves
34. Control of respiration) Neural mechanisms: Pons respiratory center (2)
Controls VRG & DRG
35. Control of respiration) Neural mechanism: Pontine respiratory group (2)
Inhibits DRG

• Limits length of inspiration
• *prohibits from going past normal levels
36. Respiratory rhythm) where are pacemaker neurons found in?
Found in VRG
37. Respiratory rhythm) pre-botzinger complex
Groups of cell that control innate respiration
38. Respiratory rhythm) pacemaker neurons have
• Sodium and possibly calcium current
• *like heart PM
39. Chemical regulation of respiration ) chemoreceptor can be found in (2)
central= medulla

peripheral= carotid and aortic bodies
40. Chemical regulation of respiration ) what type of receptors do they use?
chemocrecptors
41. Chemical regulation of respiration ) what is the medulla sensitive to?
CO2
42. Chemical regulation of respiration ) what are the cortid and aortic bodies sensitive to? (2)
CO2 and O2
43. Medulla PCO2) process (3)
- as CO2 increase, Co2 will cross the blood brain barrier and end up in CSF as carbonic acid

-the hydrogen ion will be the one that stimulates the medulla to hyperventilate to get rid of the CO2

-hydrogen will revert back to co2 form to get out

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44. Medulla PCO2) apnea (2)
-breathing ceases

Might be related to co2 levels
45. pO2 peripheral ) aortic and carotid bodies sensitivyt
It will senses a drop in o2 in blood
46. pO2 peripheral ) hypoxic drive
• Body uses O2 receptors insert of CO2 to regulate repository cycle
• *insensitive to CO2
47. pO2 peripheral ) arterial pH
• Can cause a change in respiratory rate
• *independent of pH changes one sees when Co2 crosses blood brain barrier though
48. pO2 peripheral ) which is more sensitive
Carotid

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