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Oxygenation N336 Patricia Kelly MSN, RN, CNE
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Respiratory Function Complex phenomenon Involves systems Musculoskeletal Neurological Respiratory Cardiovascular
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The Pulmonary System Major purposes of the pulmonary system is Ventilation Respiration Composed of Airway Lungs
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Structures of the Airway Upper Airway Nasal passages Mouth Pharynx Larynx Lower Airway Trachea Bronchi Bronchioles
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Structures of the Lung Lungs Apex Base Alveoli Alveolar capillary membrane Type I alveolar cells Type II alveolar cells Pleura Pleural Space
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Functions of Pulmonary System Airways and Lungs: Ventilation Movement of air into/out of the lungs Respiration Exchange of oxygen/carbon dioxide Alveolar capillary/capillary cell membrane
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How is Breathing Controlled? Respiratory centers in the brain stem drive breathing based on feedback from chemoreceptors and lung receptors
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Factors Influencing Oxygenation Developmental Stage Environment Medication Pathophysiological States
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Factors Influencing Oxygenation Developmental Stage Infants Toddlers Pre-school and School Age Children Adolescents Older Adults
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Factors Influencing Oxygenation Environmental Factors Stress Allergic Reaction Altitude Temperature
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Factors Influencing Oxygenation Lifestyle Factors Pregnancy Occupational exposure to hazards Nutrition Obesity Exercise Smoking Substance Abuse Medications
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Factors Influencing Oxygenation Pathophysiological Conditions Hypoxemia, hypoxia, hypercarbia, hypocarbia Abnormalities Pulmonary system Pulmonary circulation Neuromuscular Cardiovascular Peripheral vascular Oxygen transport Metabolism extremes & oxygen demands
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Alterations in Respiratory Functioning Altered breathing patterns Hyperventilation Hypoventilation Hypoxia Inadequate oxygenation anywhere in the body Partially obstructed airway
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Physical Examination: Breathing pattern Cough
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course NUR 336 taught by Professor Patriciakelly during the Spring '11 term at St. Xavier.

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Oxygenationstu - Oxygenation N336 Patricia Kelly MSN, RN,...

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