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1 Physiology Unit 4 RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY

2 In Physiology Today

3 Respiration External respiration ventilation gas exchange Internal respiration cellular respiration gas exchange Respiratory Cycle Inspiration Moving atmospheric air into the lungs Expiration Moving air out of the lungs

4 Lungs vs. Balloons A lung is similar to a balloon in that it resists stretch, tending to collapse almost totally unless held inflated by a pressure difference between its inside and outside Lungs and the chest have elastic properties

5 Lung Compliance Compliance Elasticity Tendency to recoil Tendency of an elastic structure to oppose stretching or distortion * Resists distension Surface tension * Resists distension - Surfactant Reduces surface tension Increases compliance (makes them easier to stretch)

6 Airway Resistance F = ΔP/R Same variables that affect resistance in blood vessels Tube length, tube radius, friction Tube radius most important factor Airway resistance is so small that small pressure differences produce large volumes of air flow Average atmosphere-to-alveoli pressure difference is 1 mmhg, but 500 ml of air is moved (tidal volume) Low pressure and low resistance Pulmonary 1/10th of systemic vascular resistance

7 Ventilation Exchange of air between atmosphere and alveoli Atmospheric air pressure is 760 mmhg at sea level Air moves by bulk flow F = ΔP/R F = (P alv P atm )/R

8 Boyle s Law Boyle s law = (P/V) Pressure of a given quantity of gas is inversely proportional to volume An increase in the volume of the container (lungs) decreases the pressure of the gas (air)

9 Ventilation Mechanics Lung volume depends on: 1. Transpulmonary pressure (P tp ) Inside to outside of the lung P tp = P alv P ip The force that keeps the lungs inflated Transmural pressure Across the wall 2. How compliant the lungs are

10 Transmural Pressures

11 What Keeps the Lungs Inflated? Elastic recoil of the lungs * At rest natural tendency is to collapse Lungs are held open by the positive P tp At rest exactly opposes elastic recoil Collapsing force of the lungs is 4 mmhg Intrapleural pressure is -4 mmhg Elastic recoil of the chest * At rest natural tendency is to expand

12 Pneumothorax A pierce in the chest wall allows atmospheric air to rush in causing P ip to go from -4 mmhg to 0 mmhg Transpulmonary pressure acting to hold the lungs open is eliminated Lung collapses Chest wall expands

13 Inspiration/Expiration In order for air to move into the lungs, the pressure in the lungs must drop below atmospheric pressure In order for air to move out of the lungs, the pressure in the lungs must exceed atmospheric pressure P atm > P alv P alv > P atm

14 The Respiratory Cycle

15 Partial Pressure of Gases Dalton s Law Pressure of each gas is independent of the pressure of other gases Pressure of the gas is directly proportional to its concentration Individual gas pressures in air is termed the partial pressure of a gas Atmospheric air 760 mmhg at sea level Air is 78% nitrogen mmhg = 593 mmhg P N2 = 593 mmhg Air is 21% oxygen mmhg = 159 mmhg P O2 = 159 mmhg Altitude and Temperature also affect pressure

16 Partial Pressure of O 2 and CO 2 in Blood

17 Transport of O 2 in the Blood 1 Liter of blood contains 200 ml of oxygen Dissolved in plasma Bound to hemoglobin (Hb) Solubility of O 2 is relatively low Only 3 ml of O 2 can dissolve in 1 L of blood at arterial P O2 of 100 mmhg (2%) Remaining 197 ml of oxygen bound Hb (98%)

18 Transport of O 2 in the Blood Hemoglobin Heme, globin 280 million Hb per RBC x 4 = >1 billion molecules of oxygen per RBC States of Hb Hb deoxyhemoglobin O 2 + Hb <---> HbO 2 Oxyhemoglobin Oxygen carrying-capacity of blood a percent Amount of HbO 2 is 80 % of total Hb, the sample is 80% saturated

19 Oxygen- Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve Sigmoid curve Each Hb molecule has 4 sub-units Binding cooperativity Binding of first O 2 increases the affinity for O 2 at remaining three heme units Significance of the shape of the curve Steep slope between mmhg Increased unloading Plateau At 60 mmhg, 90% saturation Oxygen reserve

20 Shifts in the Oxygen-Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve Other factors influence the degree of Hb saturation 2,3-diphosphoglycerate (DPG) Temperature ph PCO2 A shift to the right decreases the affinity of Hb for O 2 increased unloading in the tissues A shift to the left increases the affinity of Hb for O 2 increased loading in the lungs

21 Hb Saturation Effects of DPG Concentration P O2 (mmhg) 2,3-diphosphoglycerate (DPG) Always produced by RBCs Increase in DPG causes a shift to the right RBCs increase production of DPG when there is a decrease in P O2 Higher altitude Anemia Transfer from maternal blood to fetal Hb Increased unloading in the tissues to maintain O 2 delivery

22 Hb Saturation Effects of Temperature P O2 (mmhg) Higher temperature in tissue capillary blood than in arterial blood The more metabolically active the tissue is, the higher the temperature will be Increased unloading in the tissue Provides more metabolically active cells with more O 2

23 Hb Saturation Effects of ph Higher [H + ] in tissue capillary blood than in arterial blood Elevated P CO2 Metabolically produced acids such as lactic acid The more metabolically active the tissue is, the greater the [H+] Lower ph Higher acidity Increased unloading in the tissue Provides more metabolically active cells with more O 2

24 Transport of CO 2 in Blood 200 ml CO 2 /min produced by metabolism 10% dissolved in plasma 30% as carbaminohemoglobin (HbCO 2 ) CO 2 + Hb <---> HbCO 2 60% as bicarbonate (HCO 3- ) CO 2 + H 2 O <---> H 2 CO 3 <---> HCO 3- + H + Carbonic anhydrase Present in RBCs

25 Chloride Shift Tissue Level Bicarbonate reaction shifts to the right...why?? CO 2 + H 2 O <---> H 2 CO 3 <---> HCO 3- + H + Steps: CO 2 diffuses out of the tissue cells into the blood CO 2 moved into the red blood cells CO 2 combines with H 2 O to produce H 2 CO 3 Carbonic anhydrase makes this reaction fast H 2 CO 3 dissociates producing H + + HCO 3 - H + buffered by hemoglobin, facilitating the offloading of O 2 Forms HHb Cl - moves into the RBC in exchange for HCO 3- moving into plasma Bohr effect Increased oxygen unloading in tissues Enhanced transport of CO 2

26 Chloride Shift Tissue Level

27 Reverse Chloride Shift Pulmonary Capillaries Equation shifts to the left...why?? CO 2 + H 2 O <---> H 2 CO 3 <---> HCO 3- + H + Steps: Hb oxygenated Hb decrease in affinity for H + Reverse chloride shift as Cl - moves into plasma and HCO 3- moves into the RBC H 2 CO 3 dissociates to CO 2 + H 2 O CO 2 expired out Remember: H + is buffered by Hb in RBC HCO 3- goes into the plasma and buffers incoming H +

28 Reverse Chloride Shift Pulmonary Capillaries

29 Respiratory Control Centers Rhythmical Breathing Medulla oblongata Respiratory Rhythmicity Center Controls the diaphragm and intercostals Pons Apneustic Center Terminates inspiration Pneumotaxic Center Modulates activity of apneustic center Smoothes the transition from inspiration to expiration Cyclic inhibition Pulmonary stretch receptors - Cut off signal for inspiration to allow expiration to occur

30 Control of Ventilation Monitoring P O2, P CO2, H + Respiratory rate and tidal volume can be altered Peripheral chemoreceptors Aortic and Carotid bodies Provides afferent input to the medulla via the Vagus Nerve Sensitive to P O2 Central chemoreceptors In the Medulla Highly sensitive to P CO2

31 Control of Ventilation Monitoring P O2, P CO2, H + Peripheral chemoreceptors Aortic and Carotid Bodies Sensitive to: Decreased P O2 (hypoxia) Increased H + due to the build up of other acids (metabolic acidosis) Increased H + due to CO 2 retention (respiratory acidosis) Central chemoreceptors Medulla Sensitive to Increased H + in brain extracellular fluid (CSF) CO 2 crosses blood blain barrier to stimulate receptors

32 Protective Reflexes Pulmonary irritant reflexes Reflex constriction to prevent particulates from entering lungs Receptors located between airway epithelial cells Cough reflex Sneeze reflex Cessation of breathing reflex Triggered when noxious agents are inhaled Chronic smoking causes loss of this reflex

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