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Pulmonary Vessels: Metabolic and Reservoir Function

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Aug 04 2020, 7:07 pm

Emboli are not only composed of air or fatty deposits. They can also be a piece of thrombus (blood) that has broken off and mobilized until it becomes lodged. 

This video will present: Properties of the pulmonary vasculature. Division and the filtration function of the pulmonary vasculature. Metabolic functions of the pulmonary vasculature. Comparison of the pulmonary and systemic vasulatures. Change in the pressures with breathing and valsalva's manuver. Clinical points of the pulmonary vasculature.

In this video we will learn about :

1. Properties of pulmonary vasculature.

2. Pulmonary vessels as reservoir.

3. Metabolic function of lungs.

4. Filtration function of pulmonary vasculature.

5. Difference between pulmonary and systemic vascular system. 

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