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Asked in Respiratory Rate, Respiratory System
How does hyperventilation decrease the respiratory rate?
It is due to CO2 reduction. Low CO2 stimulates chemo-receptors in brain stem. Respiratory rate is reduced in order for CO2 to come back to normal. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Can holding your breath decrease respiration rate?
Respiration rate is the number of breaths in a minute. If you hold your breath for a minute the respiratory rate will be zero so yes ...
Asked in Germany in WW2, Giant Pandas
What two things can cause a population to decrease?
A low birth rate and environmental hazards are two things that can cause a population to decrease. ...
When carbon dioxide in the blood is increased the respiratory rate and depth of breathing will do what?
It will cause the rate and depth to increase.
Asked in Heart Rate, Heart
What cause the parasympathetic to stimulate and decrease heart rate?
The parasympathetic nervous system uses acetylcholine as a neurotransmitter to decrease heart rate and stimulate the digestive system. ...
Asked in Lungs
What happens if the surface area of the respiratory membrane decrease in gas exchange?
A decrease in the surface area of the respiratory membrane will result in a decrease in gas exchange. ...
Asked in Health
Will Oramorph Oral Solution help with breathing?
This depends on what you define as 'help' in this specific scenario. Oromoph is an opiate - consisting of obviously, morphine. If you have an excess of any type of opiate, you run the risk of respiratory depression. Meaning, your respiratory rate may decrease. Some Palliative care professionals prescribe opiates specifically to decrease someone's respiratory rate, in the hope that it may make them more comfortable. ...
Asked in Blood Pressure
What is the effect of temperature on blood pressure?
Increases in body temperature cause a corresponding increase in respiratory rate and heart rate because there is an increase in metabolic needs of the body. As regards blood Pressure, I believe the blood pressure goes down as a result of an Increase in body temperature. The body generates a lot of heat that decreases body hydration level and a result the body becomes dehydrated and the BP decreases. Increase with fever, necessitating more oxygen. The client who has a decrease in body...
Normal respiratory rate for a 17 year old male?
Respiratory rate, which is also called breathing rate, is the same for teens as adults. There should be between 12 and 16 breaths per minute. However, as a child enters later teens his/her resting breathing rate should decrease slightly from what it was in his/her early teens. ...
Asked in Heart
Why atropine cause decrease in heart rate at first?
Atropine is a muscarinic blocker. It blocks M2 receptor in the hear, thus diminishing parasympathetic effect which leads to increase in heart rate, not decrease. ...
Asked in Symptoms
Hyperventilation leads to what types of symptoms or problems?
Hyperventilation can cause: dizziness lightheadedness increased respiratory rate increased heart rate anxiety decrease in acid in the acid-base balance (or, in other words, the body fluids are more alkaline) more hyperventilation can lead to fainting or loss of consciousness ...
Asked in Social Sciences
Why population increase and decrease?
Populations increase and decrease because people leave one country (emigration) and enter another (immigration). A rise or fall in either the birth rate or death rate in a country can also cause populations to increase or decrease. ...
Asked in Arteries
Does rapid heart rates decrease coronary artery perfusion?
yes.. becouse with increasing heart rate the pumbing ability will decrease that will cause the pre load to not fully pumbmed .. that will cause blood statis then decreasing the after load which lead to decarese the prefusion rate ...
What causes respiratory depression when using anti anxiety medication?
Anti-anxiety drugs are CNS depressants. What happens with these types of drugs is that heart rate decreases, BP decreases consequently respiration decrease as well, and If a patient has a problem or history of asthma or any airway disease this medication could cause respiratory depression. ...