Kardiopulmonale Adaptation an akute Hypoxie


The most important adaptive mechanism to acute hypoxia is alveolar hyperventilation which improves the oxygen uptake in the lung. The delivery of oxygen to the particular organs is regulated according to their vital function. An essential adaptive mechanism can not be observed above an inspiratory O2 partial pressure of 100 mm mercury, corresponding to an… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01469388


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