By A. Rendle Short and C. I. Ham (Auth.)
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After each pause, respiratory movements are at first small, increase to maximum, and then diminish to next pause. Seen in cases of intracranial 56 THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Apncea—Cheyne-Stokes Respiration, continued, pressure, or when respiratory centre is oxygen-starved, or in sleeping children. [Eyster has divided cases of Cheyne-Stokes respiration into two types: (i) Dyspnœic phase accompanied by fall in blood-pressure and pulse-rate ; (2) Dyspnœic phase accompanied by rise in blood-pressure and pulse-rate.
Urea. 5. Inorganic salts in same proportion as in plasma. 6. Carbon dioxide in solution. 7. Some lymphocytes, but apparently no blood-platelets. —Two theories : (1) Filtration and diffusion, and osmosis—generally accepted ; (2) Secretion. — 1. Pressure in blood capillaries is greater than in tissues, so t h a t fluids may be forced from capillaries into tissues. 2. Conditions t h a t alter blood-pressure in capillaries affect flow of lymph. Capillary pressure is altered more by changes in venous than arterial pressure.
Internal to nipple line. Due t o : (a) Ventricle hardening itself against chest wall ; (b) Curve of the aorta being opened out by the inflow of blood, causing apex of heart to 'kick'. May be recorded by cardiograph—a tambour + rubber tube -+another tambour with recording lever. The heart gets smaller from base to apex and from side t o side during contraction, b u t not from back to front. —(Mnemonic: recorded. — FIRST SOUND due to : lub-dup,) (1) Can be electrically Contraction of ventricle ; (2) Tension of chordae tendineae.