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By Sally Keat

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Binding of neurotransmitter) 2 • Sodium channels open 3 • Threshold potential reached (+15 mV) 4 • Membrane potential overshoots, becomes positive 5 • Sodium channels close, voltage-gated potassium channels open 6 • Repolarization 7 • Hyperpolarization 8 • Return to resting membrane potential, potassium channels close 29 Fig. 14 Sequence of events in an action potential. = Relative refractory periods occur after the absolute refractory period. It is possible to generate an action potential, but only if the stimulus is greater than that usually required to overcome the threshold potential.

The natural HR with no nervous interference would be around 100 beats/min. = HR can be modified by: = Parasympathetic action (vagus nerve): – Causes a decrease in HR. – Neurotransmitter: acetylcholine. – Receptors: muscarinic. – Parasympathetic control prevails at rest decreasing the natural HR to around 70 beats/min. – The influx of Na' into the cells is reduced, causing the threshold plasma membrane potential to be reached more slowly. In addition, parasympathetic innervation hyperpolarizes the cell membranes by increasing permeability to K'.

Inhaled volatile anaesthetics can do this, to a lesser degree. 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.

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