Human Performance 17

Human Performance 17 - --combining those two together:...

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Human Performance 17 15:12 HbO2 Dissociation Curve pH 7.2 -7.4 Acid Buffer – Alkaline Buffer Carbonic Acid in hyperventilation. Prevention (bad on face to inhale CO2) Control of Breathing --receptors in arterial system --1)pO2 (decrease), 2)pCO2 (increase)*, 3)pH (decrease), 4) Temp (increase),  5)Epinephrine (increase) --increase ventilation Breath Hold Time  Hemoglobin --males – 15.5gm/100ml Blood (14-18gm) --females – 14.0 (12 -16gm) --O2 carrying capacity: 1gm Hb = 1.34ml of Oxygen --AVG M=15.5gm x 1.34mL O2 = 20.8 ml O2/100ml Blood, in addition --.3mL O2 in plasma
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Unformatted text preview: --combining those two together: m=21.1mL O2/100mL Blood--~5000mL Blood in a human body, 5 Liters.--so 1000ml or 1L of Oxygen--Female Values: m=21.1mL O2/100mL Blood, F=~19.1--On average >10% Arterio Venous O2 Difference aV O2 diff--art. 21, all values at rest.--venous 16-17ml--Difference = 4-5mL--Max Ex: Art = 21, but Ven=4-5mL, the change is 16-17mL--Ex: 8gm of Hemoglobin, how much oxygen will they carry in heir arterial blood? So they would carry about 11--Symptoms of Anemia at rest and max? 15:12 15:12...
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