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Alveolar epithelium is flat, squamous, mostly type I (in area). It is non-ciliated. The total surface area of the alveoli in contact with the pulmonary capillaries is approximately equal to the size of a tennis court. The thickness of this alveolar capillary membrane is less than the diameter of an erythrocyte... 顯示更多 Alveolar epithelium is flat, squamous, mostly type I (in area). It is non-ciliated.

The total surface area of the alveoli in contact with the pulmonary capillaries is approximately equal to the size of a tennis court.
The thickness of this alveolar capillary membrane is less than the diameter of an erythrocyte
the most important function that occurs at this alveolar-capillary membrane is gas exchange

Diaphragm --skeletal muscle that separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity; an important muscle in respiration
Intercostal muscles --skeletal muscle located between the ribs involved in respiration

Visceral pleura --pleural membrane that adheres to the surface of the lungs
Parietal pleura --pleural membrane that adheres to the thoracic cage wall
Intrapleural fluid--the fluid present between the visceral and parietal pleura

The volume of air in the lungs at the end of an unforced expiration when no significant respiratory muscle contraction is occurring is called FRC

Atmospheric pressure (Patm): pressure of atmosphere air; at sea level, Patm = 760 mm Hg
Alveolar pressure (Palv): pressure in alveoli; (+4 to -4 Hg with respect to atmospheric pressure during expiration and inspiration, respectively

Intrapleural pressure (Pip): pressure in intrapleural space; always negative with respect to atmospheric pressure

Transpulmonary pressure (Ptp): alveolar pressure-intrapleural pressure (Palv-Pip)

When a person suffers a stab wound through the chest wall, the lung volume decreases and the chest wall expands outward. ---The stab wound allows atmospheric air to enter into the intrapleural space, removing this negative (subatmospheric) pressure, which in turn allows the lung to "recoil" or decrease in size and the chest wall to expand outward. Also the transpulmonary pressure is altered
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