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Raj Kalale Reddy2 months ago
Oxygen Induced CO2 Narcosis in COPD Patients

Oxygen Induced CO2 Narcosis in COPD Patients

In this video, we have explained why patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) tend to retain carbon dioxide when given oxygen therapy. The process is known is Oxygen induced hypercapnia. There are two reasons why this happens, first V/Q mismatch and second Haldane effect. #respiratorydisease #acidosis #co2 _______________________________________________________________ Topics 0:00 Intro 0:26 Hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction 1:00 V/Q mismatch 1:45 Haldane effect ________________________________________________________________ ABOUT OUR CHANNEL Our channel is about medical educational videos and online medical courses. We cover lots of cool stuff, such as emergency medicine, ECG, cardiology and clinical medicine, various other disorders and anatomy, physiology along with cardiology and medicine (field of study). Check out our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClCM... Don’t forget to subscribe! Check out our other videos! https://youtu.be/nVnSqP0-ktc https://youtu.be/1oReQcH5krA https://youtu.be/lPpScDHDav4 FIND US AT https://www.ecgkid.com/ FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL Get updates or reach out to get updates on our social media profiles! Twitter: https://twitter.com/ecgkid Facebook: https://facebook.com/ecgkid Instagram: https://twitter.com/ecgkid Spotify: http://spotify.com/ecgkid KEYWORDS- hypercapnia, co2 narcosis, gas exchange, reparatory acidosis

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