Pharmacology of alveolar ducts

 

Drugs can only reach the acinus via parenteral administration. But inhalational drugs mostly used as anesthetics can cross the alveolar septum to enter very easily into the blood vessels. They include halothane, ether, chloroform, nitrous oxide etc. Oxygen can be administered by inhalation to relieve symptoms of respiratory insufficiency.

 

 

There is nothing in anatomy not found in this website

Electronic School of Medicine
Creator: Oluwole Ogunranti

        

 


Lung explanatory video

 

 

 

 

Introduction
Cell Biology

Histology

Embryology
Gross anatomy
Lymphatic drainage
Organ integration
Clinical anatomy

Quiz

Dissector

Physiology

Biochemistry

Pharmacology

Chemical Pathology

Anatomical Pathology

Imaging

Medicine

Surgery

Main Subject Course Links

eAnatomy eAnesthesia eBiochemistry eChemical pathology eCommunity Health
eDermatology eENT eGynecology eHematology eImaging
eMedicine eMedical microbiology eObstetrics eOphthalmology ePathology
ePediatrics ePharmacology ePhysiology ePsychiatry    eSurgery/eOrthopedics
eLab eOSCE eProcedures eInvestigations eSchool/Videopage
eOrgans eLocator Anatomy Museum eDissector eFractures/Dissect-it-yourself
All diseases eClerking eTreatment eDoctor ePatient