[SOLVED] Biological Buffer Systems and Gas Relationships
Explain the importance of the biological buffer systems and gas relationships in our bodies. Background This week we will study solids, liquids, gases, and acids and bases. The gas laws play an important role in respiratory care. Titrations are important in medicine as pharmacists and anesthesiologists, to name a couple of examples, use this method to determine the amount of medicine a patient needs. A healthy individuals fluids must maintain a certain pH in order to function properly. Prompt Choose one of these topics (gas laws, titrations, pH levels) and provide an example of how they are used in medicine. Discuss the importance of these principles in the treatment of a patient. Some examples are carbon dioxide playing a role in maintaining pH, the kidney’s role in helping to maintain blood pH, altitude sickness, how gas laws play a part in syringes and injections and determining medication dosage through titration, to name just a few.
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