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Lung and Oxygen


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[Front]


is the difference in the oxygen content of the blood between the arterial blood and the venous blood
[Back]


Arteriovenous oxygen difference or a-vO2 diff

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-Men 5.7L -Women 4.2L
Average Lung Volumes
Hb not combined with oxygen.
Deoxyhaemoglobin or reduced haemoglobin
Hb combined with O2
Oxyhaemoglobin
The chest
Thorax
IC (inspiratory capacity)
The total amount of air that can be drawn into the lungs after normal expiration
FRC (functional residual capacity)
The volume of air present in the lungs at the end of passive expiration
FEV1 (forced expiratory volume at 1 second)
The gas exhaled in the first second of forced expiration following full inspiration
SVC (slow vital capcity)
This measures the amount of air you can slowly exhale after inhaling as deeply as possible
IRV (inspiratory reserve volume)
The maximal amount of air that can be drawn into the lungs forcefully after normal inhalation
VC (vital capacity)
The volume of air that can be expelled from the lungs from a position of full inspiration , with no limit of duration for inspiration.
TV (tidal volume)
The air moved in and out of the lungs during quiet breathing
TLC (total lung capacity)
The maximum amount of air that can fill the lungs
RV (residual volume)
The amount of air remaining in the lungs after maximal expiration
ERV (expiratory reserve volume)
The maximal amount of gas that can be exhaled from the resting end expiratory level
ERV
1L
IRV
2.5L
RV
1.2L
IC
3L
VC
4.8L
TLC
6L
FRC
2.4L