4) One can calculate the relative amount of oxygen released in the tissues by subtracting the fraction of O2-bound hemoglobin in the tissues from the fraction bound in the lungs. Determine the amount of oxygen released by hemoglobin in the tissues of an individual who is/has a) normal c) anemic b) 50% COHb: 5) Based on your answer in (4), why is oxygen deprivation more severe in an individual with 50% COH6 than an individual who is anemic? pO2 in lungs pO2 in tissues 1.00 Oxygen-binding Normal Hb curves for normal hemoglobin, 50% carboxyhemoglobin, and hemoglobin from an anemic individual 0.8 0.6 50% COHB Y 0.4 Anemic individual 0.2 4 8 12 pO2 (kPa)

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Please answer 4 and 5

4) One can calculate the relative amount of oxygen released in the tissues by subtracting the fraction of O2-bound
hemoglobin in the tissues from the fraction bound in the lungs. Determine the amount of oxygen released by
hemoglobin in the tissues of an individual who is/has
a) normal
c) anemic
b) 50% COHb:
5) Based on your answer in (4), why is oxygen deprivation more severe in an individual with 50% COH6 than an
individual who is anemic?
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4) One can calculate the relative amount of oxygen released in the tissues by subtracting the fraction of O2-bound hemoglobin in the tissues from the fraction bound in the lungs. Determine the amount of oxygen released by hemoglobin in the tissues of an individual who is/has a) normal c) anemic b) 50% COHb: 5) Based on your answer in (4), why is oxygen deprivation more severe in an individual with 50% COH6 than an individual who is anemic?

pO2 in
lungs
pO2 in
tissues
1.00
Oxygen-binding
Normal Hb
curves for normal
hemoglobin, 50%
carboxyhemoglobin,
and hemoglobin from
an anemic individual
0.8
0.6
50% COHB
Y
0.4
Anemic individual
0.2
4
8
12
pO2 (kPa)
Expand
Transcribed Image Text

pO2 in lungs pO2 in tissues 1.00 Oxygen-binding Normal Hb curves for normal hemoglobin, 50% carboxyhemoglobin, and hemoglobin from an anemic individual 0.8 0.6 50% COHB Y 0.4 Anemic individual 0.2 4 8 12 pO2 (kPa)

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