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CHAPTER OUTLINE
Respiratory Organs Move Air and Exchange Gases 372
• The Respiratory Organs Are Functional y Divided
into Upper and Lower RespiratoryTracts
• The Respiratory System Performs Two Important
Processes: Breathing and Respiration
Breathing Involves Changes in Pressures and
Volumes 376
• Muscles Contract and Relax to Move Air into and o
of the Lungs During Ventilation
• Respiratory Health Is Sometimes Tested Using a
• SpecialTerms Are Used to Describe Breathing
■ What a Health Provider Sees: Respiratory Distress
Syndrome (RDS)
Gases Are Exchanged at the Blood Capil aries 382
• Dif usion Moves Gases Across the Capilary Membrane
• Oxygen Is TransportedThrough the Blood Attached
to Hemoglobin
• Most Carbon Dioxide Must Be Converted to
Bicarbonate to Be Moved to the Lungs
The Brain Controls Breathing 386
• Structures of the Brainstem Regulate Breathing
• The Breathing Control Centers Are Influenced by
Many Factors
Good Respiratory Health Is Essential 390
• Respiratory Actions Change with Physical Activity
• Diseases and Behavioral Activities Can Also Affect
the Breathing Process
• Smoking Can Damage Lung Tissue
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p. 372 □ p. 376 □ p. 382 □ p. 386 □ p. 390 □
□ What a Health Provider Sees, p. 381 □
p. 374 □ p. 380 □ p. 386 □ p. 388 □ p. 392 □
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The Respiratory System
M
ountain climbingcan be a dangerous sport.
As you climb, ascending higher and higher
through the Earth's atmosphere, the atmospheric
pressure decreases. As the atmospheric pressure
decreases, so does the concentration of oxygen
in the air. Climbers can experience dizziness and
may even faint if the oxygen concentration gets
too low. To cope with the effects of high altitudes,
climbers make extended stops in base camps
located at various altitudes along the way to their
destination. During these rest stops, their bodies
adjust (acclimate) to the decreased oxygen levels.
As they are acclimating, their breathing becomes
rapid and their hearts beat faster. Climbers also
use bot led oxygen to counteract the deficit.
The same effects can be felt when acclimating
to a high-altitude city such as Denver, Colorado,
the "Mile-High City” When visiting sports teams
from cities at lower altitudes play the home teams
in Denver, they often travel to the city early to give
their players a chance to acclimate, in addition,
they supply oxygen on the sidelines. Others who
experience high altitudes include fighter pilots,
astronauts, and passengers and crew members on
commercial flights, commercial aircraft and space
vehicles must maintain pressurized cabins so
that their passengers have sufficient oxygen, and
fighter pilots wear oxygen masks.
In this chapter, you wil learn how your body
takes in oxygen and removes carbon dioxide via
the respiratory system. Let's take a look at this
amazing system that permits your body to make
use of the oxygen from the air through mechanical
ventilation and gas exchange.
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