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Breathing brings oxygen, found in the air we live in, into a unique set of organs called the lungs. Deep inside the lungs, that oxygen is transferred into the blood system...
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29 minutes, Produced in 2010
Breathing brings oxygen, found in the air we live in, into a unique set of organs called the lungs. Deep inside the lungs, that oxygen is transferred into the blood system and is used to power all of our muscles, including the muscles that produce breathing. Dr. Mark Reisman takes you first through the structures of the air passageway, the anatomy and physiology of the lungs themselves, and finally reveals the mechanism of the incredible gas exchange between the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. He explains the many human respiratory disorders.
Chapters: Breathing, Air Passageway, Respiratory Structures, Gas Exchange, Exhalation, Respiratory Disease.