183.642.01 THE CARDIOPULMONARY SYSTEM UNDER STRESS
Identifies the responses of the cardiopulmonary system to physiological and environmental stress, presenting information from both human and research laboratory model experimentation. Reviews hypoxia and some common air pollutants (e.g. ozone) as a prototypical environmental stress factors, and exercise as an example of physiologic stress. Discusses epithelial, circulatory, and ventilatory responses of the pulmonary system, as well as susceptibility factors and biomarkers to stress.
183.638 - Mechanisms of Cardiopulmonary Control or consent of instructor