Adaptation to Hypoxia
Hypoxia occurs if the oxygen requirement of the tissues is greater than the oxygen supply. In man at rest the basal requirement is fixed and if supply does not match this demand, normal function is interrupted.
KeywordsCardiac Index Anemic Patient Oxygen Affinity Organic Phosphate Bohr Effect
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