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Receive most of the input from other neurones (along with the cell body). – Axon: k also known as a nerve cell fibre; k extend away from the cell body to carry the electrical impulse to neighbouring cells; k can have branches, called collaterals; k towards the end of the axon, they undergo further branching (increasing the potential to make contact with a greater number of cells and therefore spread the impulse more widely). – Axon terminals: k The final part of the axon is characterized by many small branches from which neurotransmitters are released (see later in this chapter under Synapses).
G. in diabetic ketoacidosis). = Low CO2 levels and relatively alkaline CSF will do the opposite and cause a decrease in respiration to allow more CO2 to accumulate. MICRO-facts A low CO2 during external ventilation during anaesthesia can precipitate delayed spontaneous ventilation via this mechanism. 5 kPa: = The carotid body relays information to the respiration centre via the glossopharyngeal nerve (cranial nerve (CN) IX) and the aortic body does so via the vagus nerve (CN X). = These receptors are thought to be the quickest mechanism to modulate the respiratory rate.
They also modulate pulmonary blood flow, which compounds the V/Q mismatch of anaesthesia. Central chemoreceptors = These scan the pH of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the ventricles (pH ! g. in diabetic ketoacidosis). = Low CO2 levels and relatively alkaline CSF will do the opposite and cause a decrease in respiration to allow more CO2 to accumulate. MICRO-facts A low CO2 during external ventilation during anaesthesia can precipitate delayed spontaneous ventilation via this mechanism. 5 kPa: = The carotid body relays information to the respiration centre via the glossopharyngeal nerve (cranial nerve (CN) IX) and the aortic body does so via the vagus nerve (CN X).
Anaesthesia on the Move by Sally Keat