Yep! Here is a pretty comprehensive list of all of the volume/capacity stuff. It's pretty important - in fact, I basically had to fill in that exact diagram on my state test.thanks!Those look good for laws. Other things you might want to know:Do you think that knowing fick's law, poiseiulle's law, laplace's law, dalton's law, henry's law, and boyle's law is enough for this event? Or are their any other laws that you think I should know?
F = (P1 – P2)/R [F = airflow in mL/minute; P1 = pressure at point one; P2 = pressure at point two; R = resistance to airflow]
A = f(VT – VD) [ A = alveolar ventilation in mL/minute; f = respiratory rate in breaths/minute; VT = tidal volume in mL/respiration; VD = dead space in mL/respiration]
CO2 + H2O ⇌ (carbonic anhydrase) H2CO3 ⇌ H+ + HCO3-
Hb (reduced hemoglobin) + O2 ⇌ Hb-O2
You also definitely want to know all of the formulas for the volumes and capacities and all that jazz.