Respiratory Regulation | Part One | Centres of Respiration | Respiratory Physiology
✨This video is the first of my two-part series on the Regulation of Respiration. In this video, I have tried to briefly summarise the neural regulation, with the medullary and pontine centres of respiration. Make sure you check out part 2 which is on chemical regulation. I hope they help!☀️
🌟What’s in this video?
0:00 – Intro
0:12 – The role of the cortex and brainstem in respiratory regulation
0:55 – Medullary Respiratory Groups (dorsal and ventral)
3:01 – Pontine Respiratory Centrees (pneumotaxic and apneustic centres)
4:38 – All the centres together
✨ Other videos you may need :
🔅 Respiratory Regulation | Part 2 | Chemoreceptors :
🔅 Respiratory Regulation in Acid-Base physiology:
🔅Muscles of Respiration:
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📚Factual References & for Further Reading:
– Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology
– Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology
– Costanzo’s Textbook of Physiology
– Openstax Anatomy and Physiology
– Openstax Biology
(The last two are links to open-source references. They are NOT affiliate links)
These are just a collection of my notes. So use them the way you would use borrowed notes from a friend. 📝
The images in this video are hand-drawn for illustration and explanation only.✍️ Hence, they may not be anatomically accurate. I am just one person making these videos. If there are any errors, that is unintentional. I try super hard to avoid them. Please let me know if you find any, so it gets clarified for other viewers. Science constantly evolves and changes. New discoveries are made everyday. So some of the information in these videos may become outdated. If you notice that, please let me know so I can update them.
These videos are NOT a substitute for a medical textbook. Textbooks are written by experts (which I do not claim to be), edited, proofread and referenced. Please use them.
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Easy to understand and time saving
This is amazing , graphics is soo cuteee and helpful
This is by far the best video I've seen on this topic & I've been studying respiratory physiology for almost two years now. It's a shame you have such low subscriber count, so I subbed 😂. Best of luck 🙂
amazing how you don't have a million subs is beyond me i truly thank you
Thank you ma'am 😘💞
Can we call Afferent and efferent nerves of respiratory center as Dorsal and ventral respiratory groups
This is extremely helpful. Thank you 🧡
Maam..really awesome..this video's helped me a lot,made my physio easy..plz make mor videos specially on blood and renal physiology..tq so much
Thank you ma'am
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Wonderful and clear explanation mam .Thank u sooo much
THANK YOU ❤️
Thank you so much, the concepts organized and put up very simple! Thank you☺️
Awesome upload more video
1st video of this channel that I watched…subscribed straight away.
I believe this is the best video on respiratory centres. Clear info, nice graphic.
Thanks for the great content!
(Edit) Is Part 2 still available? I came back to re-watch after 1day and it became “private video” under my watch history , and not found in your playlist anymore 🙁 it was a great video
The voice was Awesome!
this was what i needed it! you made my
physiology book easy to read
that’s was clear and helpful, thank you 💗.