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Eager to learn about respiration in terms of oxygen? Here is the sqadia.com medical video lecture on oxygen and respiration just for you. This V learning lecture is an elucidation of the composition of air, barometric pressure and partial pressure of gases. Moreover, oxygen in solution and oxyhaemoglobin, oxygen saturation and dissociation curves have been comprehensively explained. Additionally, oxyhaemoglobin dissociation curves along with types of hypoxia have been elaborated.
Composition of Air
In the beginning of this section, steps of respiration have been conversed about. Following this, composition of air and partial pressure of gases have been deliberated. In addition to this, barometric pressure along with the partial pressure of individual gases has been mentioned in-detail. In the end, partial pressure differences and exchange of gases has been explicated.
Transport of Oxygen
Initially, the oxygen demand has been shed light upon. Additionally, oxygen in solution and in oxyhaemoglobin has been elaborated. Furthermore, oxygen carrying capacity of blood has been talked about comprehensively. Conclusively, oxygen saturation curve has been highlighted.
Primarily, partial pressure of oxygen has been expansively explained. Moreover, partial pressure of carbon dioxide or Bohr effect has been mentioned in-detail. In the end, the educator summed up by conversing about the direct effect of carbon dioxide.
Oxyhaemoglobin Dissociation Curve
In the commencement of this section, light has been shed upon pH and temperature. Additionally, electrolytes have also been brought under discussion. Conclusively, 2,3-biphosphoglycerate has been comprehensively explained.
The key focus of this section is hypoxia. Firstly, the definition of hypoxia has been put forth. Subsequently, hypoxic hypoxia and anaemic hypoxia has been explicated. Moreover, stagnant and histotoxic hypoxia has been conversed about.