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ISA Carbon Monoxide (2010)

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Diffusing capacity of the lung for carbon monoxide at high altitude

Author: West, JB (1962) Journal of Applied Physiology 17:421-426. HERO ID: 199513

[Less] Diffusing capacity of the lung for carbon monoxide (Dl) was measured in London (Pb approx. 750 mm Hg), . . . [More] Diffusing capacity of the lung for carbon monoxide (Dl) was measured in London (Pb approx. 750 mm Hg), at 15,300 ft (4,700 m; Pb approx. 440 mm Hg), and at 19,000 ft (5,800 m; Pb approx. 380 mm Hg) on seven members of the Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition, 1960?61. At each altitude Dl was measured at two work levels (300 and 900 kg-m/min) and at three different inspired oxygen tensions in order to separate membrane and blood components of the diffusing barrier. A steady state method was used with mixed expired gas analysis; dead space-to-tidal volume ratio was assumed but calculated Dl was insensitive to this. There was no consistent change in Dl at 15,300 ft (subjects breathing ambient air) compared with sea level, but Dl was significantly increased after 7?10 weeks at 19,000 ft (mean changes of 15 and 19% for work levels of 300 and 900 kg-m/min, respectively). However, this small change in Dl can be wholly accounted for by the increased rate of reaction of carbon monoxide with hemoglobin due to hypoxia and by the increased blood hemoglobin concentration.

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Relative importance of diffusion and chemical reaction rates in determining rate of exchnage of gases in the human lung, with special reference to true diffusing capacity of pulmonary membrane and volume of blood in the lung capillaries

Authors: Roughton, FJ; Forster, RE (1957) HERO ID: 193862


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The kinetics of dissociation of the first oxygen molecule from fully saturated oxyhaemoglobin in sheep blood solutions

Authors: Gibson, QH; Roughton, FJ (1955) Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 912:143. HERO ID: 193941

[Less] Description the kinetics of dissociation of the first oxygen molecule from fully saturated oxyhemoglobin . . . [More] Description the kinetics of dissociation of the first oxygen molecule from fully saturated oxyhemoglobin in sheep blood solutions. Details are given of a stopped flow apparatus suitable for measuring the rates of the rapid reactions of hemoglobin with oxygen and carbon-monoxide. Measurements are made of the overall velocity constants of combination of oxygen and of carbon-monoxide with sheep hemoglobin, and of the overall rate of dissociation of sheep oxyhemoglobin in the presence of sodium-hydrosulfite. The effect of p-chloromercuribenzoate on velocity constants is also discussed.

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The fate of CO in the body during recovery from mild carbon monoxide poisoning in man

Authors: Roughton, FJW; Root, WS (1945) American Journal of Physiology 145:239-252. HERO ID: 180418


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The rate of carbon monoxide uptake by normal men

Authors: Forbes, WH; Sargent, F; Roughton, FJW (1945) American Journal of Physiology 143:594-608. HERO ID: 12850


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The laws of combination of haemoglobin with carbon monoxide and oxygen

Authors: Douglas, CG; Haldane, JS; Haldane, JBS (1912) Journal of Physiology 44:275-304. HERO ID: 13965


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The action of carbonic oxide on man

Author: Haldane, J (1895) Journal of Physiology 18:430-462. HERO ID: 10538