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Heliox has been used to treat acute asthmatic patients generic penegra 50 mg without prescription prostate 12 core biopsy, perhaps because flow within narrowed buy penegra 50 mg with amex prostate cancer 7 out of 10, inflamed airways becomes turbulent discount penegra 100mg online mens health 6 week challenge. Laminar flow normally occurs at around the 11th airway generation because: • The velocity of gas flow decreases with successive airway generations • In small airways the entrance length (distance required for laminar flow to become established) becomes short enough for laminar flow to develop before the next airway division cheap kamagra gold online amex. As lung volume is reduced all air containing components order 40mg levitra super active amex, including conducting airways order zoloft with visa, reduce in size and therefore resistance increases. At low lung volumes or during a rapid expiration airway collapse occurs and may result in gas becoming trapped distally. With prolonged and severe increased resistance a second compensation occurs over a few minutes, resulting from hypercapnia. This is most commonly seen with artificial ventilation, increased expiratory flow resistance, or mucus retention. Alveolar pres- sures will rise with increased lung volumes and reduced lung compliance. Detrimental haemodynamic effects may also occur as a result of high alveolar pressure. Pathophysiology of lung mechanics Restrictive disease These conditions result in reduced lung volumes (total lung capacity and vital capacity) because of either: • Disease of lung parenchyma characterized by inflammation, scarring, and exudate-filled alveoli (e. Compensatory mechanisms include hyperventilation to maintain minute ventilation with smaller lung volumes. Obstructive disease In pathological states small airways obstruction is most important. In asthma, the increase in resistance is mostly due to airway mucosal inflam- mation and contraction of airway smooth muscle due to an exaggerated physiological response, both of which are quickly reversible. Pulmonary circulation The lungs receive the entire blood volume but unlike the systemic circula- tion the pulmonary circulation is a low-pressure system because: • Pulmonary arteries and arterioles contain only a small amount of smooth muscle compared with systemic vessels • Pulmonary capillary networks surround alveoli to produce sheet-like blood flow to maximize the surface area for gas exchange • With resting cardiac output pulmonary capillaries in non-dependent areas of the lung have little or no blood flow and can be ‘recruited’ if cardiac output increases • Pulmonary capillaries are distensible vessels, easily doubling in diameter to accommodate large increases in flow with little change in driving pressure. Pulmonary vascular resistance pulmonary vascular resistance = pulmonary driving pressure/cardiac output • The relationship is not linear due to flow being a mixture of laminar and turbulent forms. Alveolar capillaries lie between adjacent alveoli and so are compressed when lung volume increases. In the upright position hydrostatic pressure significantly affects blood flow as there may be a 20mmHg difference in vascular pressure between apex and lung bases • Alveolar pressure—pulmonary capillary blood flow and vessel patency depend on both vascular and alveolar pressures, and lungs are traditionally divided into three zones: • Zone 1—Palveolus > Partery > Pvenous: no blood flow and therefore alveolar dead space • Zone 2—Partery > Palveolus > Pvenous: blood flow depends on the difference between arterial and alveolar pressure; venous pressure has no influence • Zone 3—Partery > Pvenous > Palveolus: blood flow depends only on arterio-venous pressure difference • Systemic vascular tone—the systemic vascular system has greater vasomotor activity so blood is diverted into the pulmonary circulation when vasoconstriction occurs and vice versa • Left heart failure—pulmonary venous hypertension is likely to increase pulmonary blood volume and reduce flow in all three zones • Positive pressure ventilation increases alveolar pressure, changing zone 3 areas into zone 2, and also reduces venous return, reducing global cardiac output. Hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction This reflex occurs in response to regional hypoxia in the lung, and is believed to optimize V/Q· · matching by diverting pulmonary blood flow away from areas of low oxygen tension. The reflex occurs within a few seconds of the onset of hypoxia, with constriction of small arterioles. With prolonged hypoxia the reflex is biphasic, with the initial rapid response being maximal after 5–10min and followed by a second phase of vasoconstriction, occurring gradually and reaching a plateau after 40min. Hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction is patchy in its onset even in healthy individuals exposed to global alveolar hypoxia. At high altitude the response also may be highly variable between individuals, explaining why some patients develop pulmonary hyperten- sion with respiratory disease and some do not.

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