Robert M Winslow

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Hemoglobin is involved in the regulation of O(2) transport in two ways: a long-term adjustment in red cell mass is mediated by erythropoietin (EPO), a response to renal oxgyenation. Short-term, rapid-response adjustments are mediated by ventilation, cardiac output, hemoglobin oxygen affinity (P50), barriers to O(2) diffusion, and the control of local(More)
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