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Respiratory Emergencies: Patho - Related to ventilation, diffusion, perfusion.

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Diffusion Process of gas exchange.
Ventilation Process of air movement into and out of the lungs.
Perfusion Process of circulation of the blood through the lung tissues(capillary bed).
[ventilation problem] Upper airway obstruction [ventilation example] Foreign body, epiglottis
[ventilation problem] Lower airway obstruction [ventilation example] Asthma, airway edema
[ventilation problem] Chest wall impairment [ventilation example] Trauma, muscular dystrophy
[ventilation problem] Neurogenic dysfunction [ventilation example] Central nervous system (CNS)- depressant drugs, stroke
[diffusion problem] Inadequate oxygen in ambient air [diffusion example] Fire environment, carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning
[diffusion problem] Alveolar disorder [diffusion example] Lung disease,inhalation injury
[diffusion problem] Interstitial space disorder [diffusion example] Pulmonary edema, near-drowning
[diffusion problem] Capillary bed disorder [diffusion example] Severe artherosclerosis
[perfusion problem] Inadequate blood volume or hemoglobin levels [perfusion example] Shock, anemia
[perfusion problem] Impaired circulatory blood flow [perfusion example] Pulmonary embolus
[perfusion problem] Capillary wall disorder [perfusion example] Trauma
For ventilation to occur, the following must be intact: - Neurological control (to initiate ventilation) - Nerves between the brain stem and the muscles of respiration - Functional diaphragm and intercostal muscles - Patent upper airway - Alveoli that are functional and have not collapsed
For diffusion to occur, the following must be intact: - Alveolar and capillary walls that are not thickened - Interstitial space between the alveoli and capillary wall that is not enlarged or filled with fluid
For perfusion to occur, the following must be intact: - Adequate blood volume - Adequate hemoglobin in the blood - Pulmonary capillaries that are not blocked - Efficient pumping by the heart that provides a smooth flow of blood through the pulmonary capillary bed
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