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Function of Haemoglobin in Oxygen Carriage

Function of Haemoglobin in Oxygen Carriage

Function of Haemoglobin in Oxygen Carriage

Caroline Thomas and Andy Lumb
Caroline Thomas and Andy Lumb
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 10 May 2018
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Last updated: 29 May 2018

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This session focusses on the function of haemoglobin in oxygen (O2) carriage from the lungs to other tissues where cells are supplied with the O2 required for oxidative phosphorylation in the mitochondria. We will cover the structure of normal haemoglobin, its abnormal forms and their significance.

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By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe the structure of normal, and some abnormal, forms of haemoglobin
• Describe the molecular basis of how haemoglobin binds oxygen, and the various factors that influence this binding
• List the features of the oxy-haemoglobin dissociation curve and the factors affecting P50
• Describe the various forms of abnormal haemoglobin and their physiological and clinical consequences
• Explain the challenges faced in developing a useful artificial form of haemoglob
Caroline Thomas and Andy Lumb

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Caroline Thomas and Andy Lumb
on behalf of Health Education England

Caroline is Specialty Registrar in anaesthesia in the West Yorkshire deanery. Since graduating in 2003 she has worked in surgery and emergency medicine and has been an anaesthetist in Yorkshire since 2007. She is interested in orthopaedic and obstetric anaesthesia.

Andy Lumb is a Consultant Anaesthetist at St James’s University Hospital, Leeds and Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Leeds.
Andy’s medical and post-graduate training were both in London, before he returned to his native Yorkshire for a Consultant post in 1994, specialising in anaesthesia for vascular and thoracic surgery.
Andy’s research interests focus on respiratory physiology and its application to anaesthesia. He is involved in medical education at all levels from medical school admissions to teaching anaesthetic trainees, and am an examiner for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
He is the author of Nunn’s Applied Respiratory Physiology and has lectured worldwide on clinical anaesthesia and respiratory physiology.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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