Chapter 16 Study Guide

Chapter 16 Study Guide - Figure 16.26 Sensory Input From...

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Chapter 16 Tables: Table 16.4 Ventilation Terminology Table 16.9 Factors That Affect the Affinity of Hemoglobin For Oxygen And The Position of the Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation Curve Table 16.10 Terms Used to Describe Acid-Base Balance Table 16.14-Blood Gas measurements at different altitudes (know overall affect of increased altitude do not memorize specific numerical values) Clinical Boxes: Page 508-Pneumothorax Figures: Figure 16.1: The Relationship Between Lung Alveoli And Pulmonary Capillaries Fig 16.4- Conducting and Respiratory Zones of the Respiratory System Figure 16.8 – Thoracic Cavity Cross Section Fig 16.12-Production of pulmonary surfactant Fig 16.23-Partial pressures of gases to blood Figure 16.25, Approximate Locations Of The Brain Stem Respiratory Centers
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Unformatted text preview: Figure 16.26 Sensory Input From The Aortic And Carotid Bodies Figure 16.34, The Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation Curve Figure 16.35, The Effect Of Ph On The Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation Curve, Figure 16.37, A Comparison Of The Dissociation Curves For Hemoglobin And Myoglobin Figure 16.38, Carbon Dioxide Transport And The Chloride Shift, Figure 16.39, The Reverse Chloride Shift In The Lungs Figure 16.40, The Effect Of Bicarbonate On Blood Ph List of terms to know: Type I alveolar cells-Figure 16.12 Type II alveolar cells-Figure 16.12 Carbonic anhydrase-page 533 Metabolic regulation and kidneys-page 535 Compliance- page 507-508 Carbon monoxide lethality-page 528 Methemoglobin-page 528 1...
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