This illness is called acidosis.
CO2 regulates the body breathing functions. The normal range is 23 to 32. A level of 31 is within the normal range. High levels of CO2 could indicate a breathing problem.
what is considered high levels of co2
CO2 is the primary cvontrol for rate of breathing (not oxygen as many would expect). High levels of CO2 are very toxid to the tissues of the body and os it was allowed to remain in the blood most of these tissues would die off. And so sensors within the blood systmem detect the CO2 levels and stimulate faster deeper breathing if thesae elvels are to high for safety.
The normal ranges for levels of certain vitamins are as follows
Above 400 ppm of co2 would be considered high.
Depending on how controlled the Asthma is, they could be near-normal levels, or they could be very different. If an asthma patient is having difficulty breathing, or has moderate-severe chronic inflammation, their blood O2 levels will likely be lower than normal, as they cannot ventilate themselves properly, while their cells continue to use the O2 at the normal rate. Likewise, because of the difficulty ventilating, they are likely to retain Co2, and will generally have higher than normal co2 levels.
describe the body's mechanisms for controlling blood glucose levels under normal and stress conditions
Describe the body's mechanisms for controlling blood glucose levels under normal and stress conditions.?
Hypoxemia means having below normal oxygen levels in the blood.
Breathing in humans is controlled by the lungs which pass oxygen to the heart which distributes it throughout the body. Ayraayra: The biggest initiator of breathing is CO2 levels in the body.