Nasal Strips Case Study

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1. Do nasal strips help with performance? (You must put the answer this in your own words. DO NOT plagiarize)

Nasal strips have negative effects on performance. The effects are due to the inhalation and the exhalation being minimized to enhance the performance; with or without oxygen. Moreover, this is an inactive solution that will attract athletes to increase their performance. The negative effects will effect those who are not physical active or elite. The negative effects and non-effective results will continue throughout the oxygen that is used by the tissues, and oxygen utilization during specific tests. The nasal strips will not cause an advantage(s) in any performance. 2. How does air move out of the lungs?

The process
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The major difference between oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin is the oxygen and the hemoglobin being impelled with one another. 4. What is the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve?

The oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve measures the limited amount of force of oxygen in the blood anaerobically and aerobically. The curve is also assessed and observed through a graph. On the graph the oxyhemoglobin saturation will increase and curve; and eventually plateau. Oxyhemoglobin is represented visually on the effects of how oxygen is transported throughout the body during activity.

5. Explain temperature effect on the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve.

Temperature will effect the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve by shifting to the right or to the left. If the temperature increases, this will have a negative effect on the partial pressure of oxygen. This negative effect will cause the gas exchange to decrease and shift to the right. As the temperature decreases the gas exchange will increase. As the temperature decreases the curve will shift to the left.

6.Explain pH effect on the oxyhemoglobin dissociation
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The carbamniohemoglobin transport is associated with oxygen and the binding of an amino acid. Moreover, the oxygen and the decreased saturation of the hemoglobin will cause the lungs to expel the carbon dioxide to be broken down to travel through the blood. This process will travel through the alveoli. This will cause the exhalation through the lungs. The bicarbonate transport is another process that travels through the blood. The bicarbonate transportation will assist hemoglobin aerobically for the process of absorption of the ions from hydrogen. This process all depends on the hemoglobin saturation and the gas exchange throughout the respiratory

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