• 00:53 1.
    Respiratory Physiology
  • 01:11 2.
    何時需刻意地增加呼吸效率?
  • 00:06 3.
    Outline: Background
  • 01:53 3.1
    Background
  • 01:51 3.2
    Standard Conditions
  • 02:41 3.3
    Functions of Respiratory Sys.
  • 01:37 3.4
    Overview
  • 00:08 4.
    Outline: Structure and function
  • 00:42 4.1
    Structure of Respiratory Sys.
  • 01:12 4.2
    Function of Nasal Passage
  • 00:43 4.3
    Airways of a Human Lung
  • 00:46 4.4
    Main Airway Branches & Zones
  • 00:38 4.5
    Main Airway Branches & Zones
  • 00:56 4.6
    Alveoli
  • 01:06 4.7
    The Human Lung
  • 01:39 4.8
    Pleural layers
  • 01:11 4.9
    Intrapleural Space
  • 01:09 4.10
    Pneumothorax
  • 01:39 4.11
    Blood Supply of Lungs
  • 02:02 4.12
    Respiratory Muscles
  • 02:31 4.13
    Respiratory Muscles
  • 01:59 4.14
    那種呼吸比較有效率?為什麼?
  • 00:47 5.
    Outline: Ventilation
  • 02:54 5.1
    Instrument for Measuring Lung Vol.
  • 03:06 5.2
    Spirometer, Lung Volumes and Capacities
  • 01:41 5.3
    Lung Volumes and Capacities
  • 01:04 5.4
    什麼時候正常吐氣結束?
  • 02:57 5.5
    Functional Residual Capacity
  • 00:43 5.6
    Measurement of FRC
  • 00:14 5.7
    Overview
  • 02:14 5.8
    Ventilation
  • 02:03 5.9
    Dead Space
  • 03:21 5.10
    Fowler’s Method:Single-Breath Nitrogen Washout
  • 03:55 5.11
    Bohr’s Method:Conservation of Mass
  • 02:13 5.12
    Dalton’s Law
  • 00:56 5.13
    Bohr’s Method (2)
  • 02:54 5.14
    Alveolar Ventilation
  • 01:10 5.15
    Uneven Ventilation inUpright Position
  • 00:45 5.16
    Partial Pressures of Gases in Various Parts
  • 01:23 5.17
    O2 and CO2 Concentrations in Exhaled Gas
  • 02:23 5.18
    Overview of Po2 and Pco2
  • 02:09 5.19
    Hyper-, Hypo-ventilation & Hyperpnea
  • 00:49 5.20
    跑步後很喘,如何快速回到正常的呼吸速率?
  • 02:56 5.21
    Hyperpnea vs tachypnea
  • 00:13 6.
    Outline: Perfusion
  • 01:05 6.1
    Perfusion
  • 02:36 6.2
    Shunt
  • 00:48 6.3
    Uneven Perfusion in Upright Position
  • 00:16 7.
    V/Q ratio
  • 01:17 7.1
    Matching of Ventilation & Perfusion
  • 00:28 7.2
    Matching of Ventilation & Perfusion
  • 01:35 7.3
    Matching of Ventilation & Perfusion
  • 01:21 7.4
    Distribution of V and Q Within the Lung in the Upright Position
  • 03:05 7.5
    V /Q v.s. Po2 & Pco2
  • 04:40 7.6
    V /Q Inequality of Normal Lung in the Upright Position
  • 00:12 8.
    Outline: Static/Dynamic respiratory mechanics
  • 00:06 9.
    Key Points: General concepts and terminology
  • 04:19 9.1
    General Concepts and Terminology
  • 04:35 9.2
    PL = Pal – Ppl(1)Pw = Ppl – Pbs(2)(1) + (2)Prs = PL + Pw = Pal – Pbsa) Pbs =0  Pw = Ppl = Pes Prs = Palb) Pao = VRaw + Pal When flow=0, Pao = Pal = Prsc) PL = Pal – Ppl = Pao|flow=0 – Pes
  • 00:08 10.
    Key Points: Compliance
  • 01:32 10.1
    Static Mechanical Properties
  • 02:44 10.2
    Pig lung video
  • 01:20 10.3
    Compliance Changes in Different Diseases
  • 01:29 10.4
    Calculation of Compliance of Lung
  • 00:08 11.
    Key Points: Resistance
  • 01:05 11.1
    Resistance
  • 03:34 11.2
    The Airway Resistance
  • 02:21 11.3
    The Airway Resistance
  • 00:51 11.4
    The Airway Resistance
  • 03:45 11.5
    Evaluation of Airway Resistance
  • 04:42 11.6
    Pursed Lip Breathing
  • 00:04 12.
    Key Points: Pressure-volume (P-V) curve of the lungs
  • 02:45 12.1
    P-V Curve of the Lungs
  • 01:28 12.2
    Surface Tension
  • 01:31 12.3
    Law of LaPlace
  • 00:17 12.4
    Surfactants
  • 00:55 12.5
    Importance of Lung Surfactant
  • 00:43 12.6
    Work of Breathing
  • 03:21 12.7
    Effects of Diseases on PV Curve
  • 00:06 13.
    Key Points: Lung-chest wall coupling
  • 00:39 13.1
    PL = Pal – Ppl(1)Pw = Ppl – Pbs(2)(1) + (2)Prs = PL + Pw = Pal – Pbsa) Pbs =0  Pw = Ppl = Pes Prs = Palb) Pao = VRaw + Pal When flow=0, Pao = Pal = Prsc) PL = Pal – Ppl = Pao|flow=0 – Pes
  • 01:16 13.2
    Pw = Ppl = Pes
  • 02:03 13.3
    FRC (functional residual capacity) is where the recoil forces of chest wall is equal but opposite to the recoil forces of the lungWhen lung vol. is below FRC, the chest wall becomes progressively stiffer (Cw decreases)When lung vol. is above FRC, Pw chan
  • 00:29 13.4
    Lung-Chest Wall Couplingin Static Status at Different Lung Volume
  • 03:26 13.5
    Lung-chest Wall Coupling to Determine FRC
  • 01:10 14.
    Transmural Pressure Across the Lung Wall in Dynamic Status
  • 04:14 14.1
    The Mechanics of Quiet Breathing
  • 01:54 15.
    做那些動作使呼吸效率增加?為什麼?
  • 00:21 16.
    Outline: Diffusion and gas transport
  • 00:07 16.1
    Diffusion and Gas Transport
  • 00:21 16.2
    Alveolo-Capillary Barrier
  • 01:01 16.3
    Diffusion
  • 02:39 16.4
    Capillary Transit Time
  • 00:58 16.5
    Perfusion-limited Gas
  • 00:37 16.6
    Diffusion-limited Gas
  • 03:02 16.7
    Diffusion and Perfusion Limitations
  • 00:03 16.8
    O2, CO2 difuusion
  • 00:08 17.
    Transport of O2 and CO2
  • 00:45 17.1
    Oxygen Transport
  • 00:21 17.2
    O2 Bound to Hb
  • 01:43 17.3
    O2 Bound to Hb
  • 00:49 17.4
    O2 Concentration & Saturation in Anemia
  • 02:26 17.5
    O2 Bound to Hb
  • 02:05 17.6
    O2 Bound to Hb
  • 00:39 17.7
    CO2 Transport
  • 01:34 17.8
    CO2 Transport
  • 02:54 17.9
    CO2 Equilibrium Curve
  • 00:06 18.
    Outline: Neural control of respiration
  • 01:15 18.1
    Control of Respiration
  • 03:03 18.2
    Receptors
  • 00:28 18.3
    Central Controller in Brain Stem
  • 00:45 18.4
    Central Controller
  • 01:11 18.5
    Central Controller
  • 00:41 18.6
    Central Controller
  • 00:37 18.7
    Central Controller
  • 00:49 18.8
    Effectors
  • 00:18 19.
    Outline: Chemical control of respiration
  • 01:12 19.1
    Chemical Control of Resp.
  • 01:13 19.2
    Central Chemoreceptor
  • 00:54 19.3
    Peripheral Chemoreceptor
  • 00:04 20.
    Outline: Acid-base balance
  • 02:08 21.
    Acid-base Balance
  • 01:18 21.1
    Effectiveness of a Buffer System
  • 00:16 21.2
    Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation
  • 00:30 21.3
    Bicarbonate
  • 01:08 21.4
    The Effect of Bicarbonate on Blood pH
  • 01:40 21.5
    Davenport Diagram
  • 00:41 21.6
    Respiratory Disturbances
  • 00:28 21.7
    Metabolic Disturbances
  • 01:53 21.8
    Compensatory Responses
  • 07:24 22.
    How to Increase Resp. Function During Exercise?
  • 00:46 23.
    Reveiw
  • Index
  • Notes
  • Comment
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核心課程: 呼吸生理學 (Respiratory Physiology) 2019
Duration: 3:22:14, Browse: 6234, Last Updated: 2019-10-15
    • 00:53 1.
      Respiratory Physiology
    • 01:11 2.
      何時需刻意地增加呼吸效率?
    • 00:06 3.
      Outline: Background
    • 01:53 3.1
      Background
    • 01:51 3.2
      Standard Conditions
    • 02:41 3.3
      Functions of Respiratory Sys.
    • 01:37 3.4
      Overview
    • 00:08 4.
      Outline: Structure and function
    • 00:42 4.1
      Structure of Respiratory Sys.
    • 01:12 4.2
      Function of Nasal Passage
    • 00:43 4.3
      Airways of a Human Lung
    • 00:46 4.4
      Main Airway Branches & Zones
    • 00:38 4.5
      Main Airway Branches & Zones
    • 00:56 4.6
      Alveoli
    • 01:06 4.7
      The Human Lung
    • 01:39 4.8
      Pleural layers
    • 01:11 4.9
      Intrapleural Space
    • 01:09 4.10
      Pneumothorax
    • 01:39 4.11
      Blood Supply of Lungs
    • 02:02 4.12
      Respiratory Muscles
    • 02:31 4.13
      Respiratory Muscles
    • 01:59 4.14
      那種呼吸比較有效率?為什麼?
    • 00:47 5.
      Outline: Ventilation
    • 02:54 5.1
      Instrument for Measuring Lung Vol.
    • 03:06 5.2
      Spirometer, Lung Volumes and Capacities
    • 01:41 5.3
      Lung Volumes and Capacities
    • 01:04 5.4
      什麼時候正常吐氣結束?
    • 02:57 5.5
      Functional Residual Capacity
    • 00:43 5.6
      Measurement of FRC
    • 00:14 5.7
      Overview
    • 02:14 5.8
      Ventilation
    • 02:03 5.9
      Dead Space
    • 03:21 5.10
      Fowler’s Method:Single-Breath Nitrogen Washout
    • 03:55 5.11
      Bohr’s Method:Conservation of Mass
    • 02:13 5.12
      Dalton’s Law
    • 00:56 5.13
      Bohr’s Method (2)
    • 02:54 5.14
      Alveolar Ventilation
    • 01:10 5.15
      Uneven Ventilation inUpright Position
    • 00:45 5.16
      Partial Pressures of Gases in Various Parts
    • 01:23 5.17
      O2 and CO2 Concentrations in Exhaled Gas
    • 02:23 5.18
      Overview of Po2 and Pco2
    • 02:09 5.19
      Hyper-, Hypo-ventilation & Hyperpnea
    • 00:49 5.20
      跑步後很喘,如何快速回到正常的呼吸速率?
    • 02:56 5.21
      Hyperpnea vs tachypnea
    • 00:13 6.
      Outline: Perfusion
    • 01:05 6.1
      Perfusion
    • 02:36 6.2
      Shunt
    • 00:48 6.3
      Uneven Perfusion in Upright Position
    • 00:16 7.
      V/Q ratio
    • 01:17 7.1
      Matching of Ventilation & Perfusion
    • 00:28 7.2
      Matching of Ventilation & Perfusion
    • 01:35 7.3
      Matching of Ventilation & Perfusion
    • 01:21 7.4
      Distribution of V and Q Within the Lung in the Upright Position
    • 03:05 7.5
      V /Q v.s. Po2 & Pco2
    • 04:40 7.6
      V /Q Inequality of Normal Lung in the Upright Position
    • 00:12 8.
      Outline: Static/Dynamic respiratory mechanics
    • 00:06 9.
      Key Points: General concepts and terminology
    • 04:19 9.1
      General Concepts and Terminology
    • 04:35 9.2
      PL = Pal – Ppl(1)Pw = Ppl – Pbs(2)(1) + (2)Prs = PL + Pw = Pal – Pbsa) Pbs =0  Pw = Ppl = Pes Prs = Palb) Pao = VRaw + Pal When flow=0, Pao = Pal = Prsc) PL = Pal – Ppl = Pao|flow=0 – Pes
    • 00:08 10.
      Key Points: Compliance
    • 01:32 10.1
      Static Mechanical Properties
    • 02:44 10.2
      Pig lung video
    • 01:20 10.3
      Compliance Changes in Different Diseases
    • 01:29 10.4
      Calculation of Compliance of Lung
    • 00:08 11.
      Key Points: Resistance
    • 01:05 11.1
      Resistance
    • 03:34 11.2
      The Airway Resistance
    • 02:21 11.3
      The Airway Resistance
    • 00:51 11.4
      The Airway Resistance
    • 03:45 11.5
      Evaluation of Airway Resistance
    • 04:42 11.6
      Pursed Lip Breathing
    • 00:04 12.
      Key Points: Pressure-volume (P-V) curve of the lungs
    • 02:45 12.1
      P-V Curve of the Lungs
    • 01:28 12.2
      Surface Tension
    • 01:31 12.3
      Law of LaPlace
    • 00:17 12.4
      Surfactants
    • 00:55 12.5
      Importance of Lung Surfactant
    • 00:43 12.6
      Work of Breathing
    • 03:21 12.7
      Effects of Diseases on PV Curve
    • 00:06 13.
      Key Points: Lung-chest wall coupling
    • 00:39 13.1
      PL = Pal – Ppl(1)Pw = Ppl – Pbs(2)(1) + (2)Prs = PL + Pw = Pal – Pbsa) Pbs =0  Pw = Ppl = Pes Prs = Palb) Pao = VRaw + Pal When flow=0, Pao = Pal = Prsc) PL = Pal – Ppl = Pao|flow=0 – Pes
    • 01:16 13.2
      Pw = Ppl = Pes
    • 02:03 13.3
      FRC (functional residual capacity) is where the recoil forces of chest wall is equal but opposite to the recoil forces of the lungWhen lung vol. is below FRC, the chest wall becomes progressively stiffer (Cw decreases)When lung vol. is above FRC, Pw chan
    • 00:29 13.4
      Lung-Chest Wall Couplingin Static Status at Different Lung Volume
    • 03:26 13.5
      Lung-chest Wall Coupling to Determine FRC
    • 01:10 14.
      Transmural Pressure Across the Lung Wall in Dynamic Status
    • 04:14 14.1
      The Mechanics of Quiet Breathing
    • 01:54 15.
      做那些動作使呼吸效率增加?為什麼?
    • 00:21 16.
      Outline: Diffusion and gas transport
    • 00:07 16.1
      Diffusion and Gas Transport
    • 00:21 16.2
      Alveolo-Capillary Barrier
    • 01:01 16.3
      Diffusion
    • 02:39 16.4
      Capillary Transit Time
    • 00:58 16.5
      Perfusion-limited Gas
    • 00:37 16.6
      Diffusion-limited Gas
    • 03:02 16.7
      Diffusion and Perfusion Limitations
    • 00:03 16.8
      O2, CO2 difuusion
    • 00:08 17.
      Transport of O2 and CO2
    • 00:45 17.1
      Oxygen Transport
    • 00:21 17.2
      O2 Bound to Hb
    • 01:43 17.3
      O2 Bound to Hb
    • 00:49 17.4
      O2 Concentration & Saturation in Anemia
    • 02:26 17.5
      O2 Bound to Hb
    • 02:05 17.6
      O2 Bound to Hb
    • 00:39 17.7
      CO2 Transport
    • 01:34 17.8
      CO2 Transport
    • 02:54 17.9
      CO2 Equilibrium Curve
    • 00:06 18.
      Outline: Neural control of respiration
    • 01:15 18.1
      Control of Respiration
    • 03:03 18.2
      Receptors
    • 00:28 18.3
      Central Controller in Brain Stem
    • 00:45 18.4
      Central Controller
    • 01:11 18.5
      Central Controller
    • 00:41 18.6
      Central Controller
    • 00:37 18.7
      Central Controller
    • 00:49 18.8
      Effectors
    • 00:18 19.
      Outline: Chemical control of respiration
    • 01:12 19.1
      Chemical Control of Resp.
    • 01:13 19.2
      Central Chemoreceptor
    • 00:54 19.3
      Peripheral Chemoreceptor
    • 00:04 20.
      Outline: Acid-base balance
    • 02:08 21.
      Acid-base Balance
    • 01:18 21.1
      Effectiveness of a Buffer System
    • 00:16 21.2
      Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation
    • 00:30 21.3
      Bicarbonate
    • 01:08 21.4
      The Effect of Bicarbonate on Blood pH
    • 01:40 21.5
      Davenport Diagram
    • 00:41 21.6
      Respiratory Disturbances
    • 00:28 21.7
      Metabolic Disturbances
    • 01:53 21.8
      Compensatory Responses
    • 07:24 22.
      How to Increase Resp. Function During Exercise?
    • 00:46 23.
      Reveiw
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    Respiratory Physiology (呼吸生理學)
    Author
    賴亮全
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    Created
    2019-10-15 10:15:18
    Last Updated
    2019-10-15 15:03:13
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