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Carbon dioxide = CO2 is much more soluble than O2 and is able to dissolve into blood. = Around 200 mL CO2 is produced per minute by metabolism at rest. = Unlike O2, CO2 is carried in the blood in several ways: = = = because of its solubility, a small fraction will dissolve directly into plasma; some will react with Hb to create carboxyhaemoglobin; however, most will react with water in the presence of carbonic anhydrase to create bicarbonate (Fig. 6). Control of ventilation Pre-operative Ventilation is achieved by a pathway consisting of: = central controlling area (medulla oblongata); = afferent neurones (relaying information from receptors to the medulla); = efferent neurones (transmitting signals from the medulla to effector organs).
G. binding of neurotransmitter) 2 • Sodium channels open 3 • Threshold potential reached (+15 mV) 4 • Membrane potential overshoots, becomes positive 5 • Sodium channels close, voltage-gated potassium channels open 6 • Repolarization 7 • Hyperpolarization 8 • Return to resting membrane potential, potassium channels close 29 Fig. 14 Sequence of events in an action potential. = Relative refractory periods occur after the absolute refractory period. It is possible to generate an action potential, but only if the stimulus is greater than that usually required to overcome the threshold potential.
K Pre-operative 26 Physiology = = (2) Bundles of efferent and afferent neurones create the nerves of the peripheral nervous system. Afferent: (1) These relay information from the organs and tissues via sensory receptors to the CNS. (2) These cells are slightly different from most other neurones; they have a long single process (or axon) with a cell body positioned along the length of the axon. (3) One end of the axon synapses with peripheral receptors, bringing the signal in. The other synapses with other neurones and enters the CNS.
Anaesthesia on the Move by Sally Keat