4 edition of Oxygen transport found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by J.D. Edwards, W.C. Shoemaker, J.-L. Vincent.|
|Contributions||Edwards, J. D., Shoemaker, William C., 1923-, Vincent, J. L.|
|LC Classifications||QP121 .O885 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 367 p. :|
|Number of Pages||367|
Oxygen Transport. In the lungs, oxygen diffuses from alveolar air into the blood because the venous blood has a lower partial pressure. The oxygen dissolves in the blood. Only a small amount is carried as a physical solution ( ml per ml). The remainder of the oxygen is carried in chemical combination with the hemoglobin in red blood. Supply of oxygen to tissues (bound to hemoglobin, which is carried in red cells) Supply of nutrients such as glucose, amino acids, and fatty acids (dissolved in the blood or bound to plasma proteins (e.g., blood lipids)) Removal of waste such as carbon dioxide, urea, and lactic :
The articles in this book have been presented at the 46 th annual meeting of the International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue (ISOTT ) held in Seoul, Republic of Korea, from July 1 to July 5, Academics, clinical and industry researchers, engineers, as well as graduate students who are interested in oxygen transport to tissue. This book presents cutting-edge papers and perspectives on the transport of oxygen to tissues by scientists in a multitude of disciplines such as biochemistry, engineering, mathematics, medicine, physics, physiology, veterinary and complementary medicine.
Oxygen transport by blood is also influenced by the oxygen affinity of hemoglobin, as defined by the shape and position of the oxygen-hemoglobin dissociation curve. An important feature of the oxygen-hemoglobin relationship is the manner in which the dissociation curve steepens as arterial P o 2 falls below 60 mm Hg. Modulation of the Oxygen-Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve: A variety of environmental factors can shift the Oxygen-Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve. Effects which are associated with increased peripheral tissue metabolism, such as reduced pH, increased CO 2, increased temperature, shift the curve to the right, reducing hemoglobins affinity for oxygen and thus improving oxygen unloading.
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Oxygen Transport In The Critically Ill 1st Edition by James V. Snyder (Author), Michael R. Pinsky (Author)Cited by: He has published over papers on the topic of oxygen and energy metabolism, especially in the field of brain blood flow and metabolism. He has been a member of the International Society for Oxygen Transport to Tissue sinceserving as President of the ISOTT in In he became the editor in Chief of the ISOTT : Hardcover.
Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXIX (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology) th Edition by Kyung A. Kang (Editor), Duane F. Bruley (Editor)Format: Hardcover. Oxygen Transport in Red Blood Cells contains the proceedings of the 12th Aharon Katzir Katchalsky Conference held at Tours, France on AprilOrganized into 16 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on the influence of heme pocket geometry on ligand binding to heme proteins.
Hemoglobin: Hemoglobin is the iron-containing, oxygen-transport metalloprotein in the red blood cells of all vertebrates. About % of oxygen is physically dissolved in the other blood liquids and not connected to Hgb. It has an oxygen binding capacity between and ml O 2 per gram Hgb.
Oxygen Transport in Red Blood Cells contains the proceedings of the 12th Aharon Katzir Katchalsky Conference held at Tours, France on AprilOrganized into 16 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on the influence of heme pocket geometry on ligand binding to heme Edition: 1.
This book mainly focuses on the relation of oxygen transport and delivery to heterogeneities, autoregulation of blood flow, organ function, and rheology.
This compilation is divided into five sessions. The first two sessions encompass the models and experiments on the relationship between oxygen transport and Edition: 1. This book mainly focuses on the relation of oxygen transport and delivery to heterogeneities, autoregulation of blood flow, organ function, and rheology.
This compilation is divided into five sessions. The first two sessions encompass the models and experiments on the relationship between oxygen transport and heterogeneities. Introduction. Oxygen is essential for ATP generation through oxidative phosphorylation, and therefore must be reliably delivered to all metabolically active cells in the body.
In the setting of hypoxia, irreversible tissue damage can rapidly : Carl E. Rhodes, Matthew Varacallo. Oxygen Transport to Tissue during Recurrent Blood Flow Supply by Grouped Capillaries in Skeletal Muscle with or without Facilitated Diffusion Ikuo Ohta, Aki Ohta, Masahiro Shibata, Akira Kamiya Pages A Model for Transmembrane Oxygen Flux by Dipole Oscillation and for Superoxide Extrusion by Phagocytic Cells.
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From the Back Cover Based on the 38th annual conference of the International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue (ISOTT), held in Ascona, Switzerland in Julythis volume covers all aspects of oxygen transport from air to the cells, organs and organisms; instrumentation and methods to sense oxygen and clinical evidence.
This volume contains the papers which were presented at the Third International Symposium on Oxygen Transport to Tissue together with the discussions at the end of each Session.
The meeting was held at Churchill College, Cambridge from July 4th-7th Our special thanks are due to Mrs. Valerie. Oxygen Transport in the Blood. Even though oxygen is transported via the blood, you may recall that oxygen is not very soluble in liquids.
A small amount of oxygen does dissolve in the blood and is transported in the bloodstream, but it is only about % of the total amount. For purposes of discussing oxygen transport by the blood, we will consider blood to be composed of two phases: plasma and red blood cells (RBCs).
The fractional volume of blood occupied by RBCs is called the hematocrit, and its value is a little less than 50% in human adults (∼40% for. Oxygen is transported within the blood in a simple dissolved form as well as a chemically-bound form associated with hemoglobin (See: Gases in Liquids).Because hemoglobin-associated oxygen accounts for roughly 97% of the oxygen transported, the dynamic relationship between oxygen and hemoglobin is the primary determinant of oxygen transport.
Oxygen Transport in the Blood. Even though oxygen is transported via the blood, you may recall that oxygen is not very soluble in liquids. A small amount of oxygen does dissolve in the blood and is transported in the bloodstream, but it is only about % of the total amount.
The majority of oxygen molecules are carried from the lungs to the. About this book Introduction Since there are many different tissues and organs in the body, a study of oxygen transport to tissue necessarily involves a great diversity of bodily functions.
J D Edwards, W C Shoemaker, J-L Vincent; W B Saunders, pounds sterling30, pp ; ISBN During the past decade there has been such an enormous outpouring of publications relating to the cellular biology of oxygen that few, except for enthusiasts, can have kept abreast of the publication of a concise book such as Oxygen Transport, which extensively Cited by: 1.
This book covers all aspects involved in uptake of oxygen from the air, transport by blood stream, and its ultimate consumption in the cell in various organs as discussed at the 36th Annual Meeting of the International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue (ISOTT) held in Sapporo, Japan in August.
where J O 2 represents the oxygen flux, F is Faraday’s constant, L is the thickness of the transport layer, t i and t e are the ionic and electronic transfer numbers (0 ≤ t ≤ 1), respectively; σ i, σ e and σ t are the ionic, electronic and overall conductivity, respectively and μ O 2 is the chemical potential of the hypothetical neutral oxygen in the oxide.This book contains the refereed contributions from the 42nd annual meeting of ISOTT.
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