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In a healthy lung, complete diffusion of oxygen occur in how many seconds?
When utilizing this type of nutrient, your RQ = 1.0
PCO2 in alveoli
98.5% of O2 is transported in the:
PO2 in alveoli
Is oxygen loading at the pulmonary capillary time dependant?
The Bohr Shift results in more or less oxygen released at any given PO2?
PO2 in veins
Transit time at rest takes about how long?
This is the condition in which the blood has a low hemoglobin concentration.
What percentage of CO2 is dissolved and transported in the plasma?
What percentage of CO2 is transported as carbaminohemoglobin?
A normal adult male has about how many grams of Hb/L blood?
PO2 at 705mmHg
Fully saturated Hb can bind to how many mL of O2?
1.5% of O2 is transported in the:
The blood flow through the pulmonary capillaries is also called what?
True or False: lung PO2 exceeds blood PO2.
CO x (mixed venous [CO2] - arterial [CO2]) =
PCO2 in veins
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Blood flow x (tissue oxygen extraction) =
PN2 at 705mmHg
CO2 produced / O2 consumed =
The relationship between the extent of oxygen binding to hemoglobin and the PO2 is described by constructing an:
Blood flow x (tissue carbon dioxide production) =
High pH, low blood PCO2, and low T shift the Oxy-Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve in which direction?
Does the amount of O2 consumed equal the amount of CO2 produced?
This is the pressure that a gas exerts that is proportional to its concentration within the total gas pressure.
When utilizing this type of nutrient, your RQ = 0.7
PCO2 in arteries
This is the condition in which the blood had a low O2 concentration and, therefore, low Hb saturation.
PO2 in arteries
Tissue PO2 is low or high, resulting in the release of O2 from hemoglobin?
CO x (arterial [O2] - mixed venous [O2]) =
What percentage of total CO2 is transported in plasma as bicarbonate ions?
The extent to which O2 binds depends on the what in the plasma?
A normal adult female has about how many grams Hb/L blood?
This molecule has a higher Hb affinity than O2.
Reduced blood pH, increased blood PCO2 and increased T causes the Bohr Shift of the Oxy-Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve. This makes the graph move in which direction?

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