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Adaptation to altitude hypoxia is characterised via a range offunctional alterations which jointly facilitate oxygen trans­ port from the ambient medium to the cells of the physique. All of those alterations might be obvious at one time or one other during hypoxic publicity. but, as already under pressure (Hannon and Vogel, 1977), an exam of the literature provides just a sketchy and sometimes conflicting photo of the precise nature of those adjustments and the way they have interaction as a functionality of publicity length. this can be partially as a result restricted variety of variables explored in a given examine, however it can be as a result of alterations in experimental layout, adjustments between species in susceptibility to hypoxia, nonstandardized experimental stipulations, loss of right regulate of actual (e. g. , temperature) and physiological variables (e. g. , physique mass), failure to take measurements at key classes of publicity, and gaps in wisdom approximately a few basic mechanisms. moreover the on hand facts on animals local to excessive altitude are meager and/or inconclusive. broad extra paintings lower than well-controlled experimental stipulations is needed earlier than a close photograph could be made. however, it's been a guideline within the prepara­ tion of this monograph particularly to summarize the significantly dis­ persed fabric that constitutes the comparative body structure of edition to excessive altitude right into a coherent photograph, than to supply a finished survey of the field.

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Note that the P02 step is smaller at high altitude (dashed vertical line) than near sea level (solid vertical line). 1). Underlying mechanisms will be considered in Chaps. 4 and 5. Although hypothetical, the P02 profiles in tissues shown in Fig. 2 (t and c compartments) conform with present knowledge (Grunewald and Sowa 1977; Lubbers 1977). They illustrate the fact that O 2 moves out from the systemic capillary into the cells, by physical diffusion from an area of high O 2 pressure to one oflow pressure.

The reason is that the capacitance of the various body fluids is greater for CO 2 than for O 2 • Also shown in Fig. , lowered values of PcO 2 in blood and alveolar gas due to the hyperventilatory response 28 to hypoxia. Therefore, the acid-base status is modified, since the pH does increase at first when PC02 decreases, according to the Henderson Hasselbalch equation. How far toward alkalosis the pH changes at high altitude, due to a given drop of PC02 ' depends upon the concomitant change in the concentration of bicarbonate, and therefore upon the buffer value as defined by the slope of the [HCO;] vs.

1. a. 1. 1. a. 1. 1. a. 1. 1. a. 1. 1 O 2 Loss in the External Gas Exchange Organ Focusing on the first LlP 02 step in the gas exchange system, between the inspired air (I) and the alveolar gas (A), it appears from Fig. 2 that approximately onethird of the inhaled O 2 molecules were lost before they reached the dog's pulmonary gas-exchanging surfaces [the O 2 concentration is proportional to POl; Eq. 3)]. The functional consequence is that the pressure head for subsequent O 2 transfer into the organism was greatly decreased (Fig.

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