Respiratory System Made Easy

Respiratory System Made Easy

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Human respiratory system, the system in humans that takes up oxygen and expels carbon dioxide.

The respiratory tract conveys air from the mouth and nose to the lungs, where the gases oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged between the alveoli and the capillaries.
The respiratory tract conveys air from the mouth and nose to the lungs, where the gases oxygen and …

The human gas-exchanging organ, the lung, is located in the thorax, where its delicate tissues are protected by the bony and muscular thoracic cage. The lung provides the tissues of the human body with a continuous flow of oxygen and clears the blood of the gaseous waste product, carbon dioxide. Atmospheric air is pumped in and out regularly through a system of pipes, called conducting airways, which join the gas-exchange region with the outside of the body. The airways can be divided into upper and lower airway systems. The transition between the two systems is located where the pathways of the respiratory and digestive systems cross, just at the top of the larynx.
The upper airway system comprises the nose and the paranasal cavities (or sinuses), the pharynx (or throat), and partly also the oral cavity, since it may be used for breathing. The lower airway system consists of the larynx, the trachea, the stem bronchi, and all the airways ramifying intensively within the lungs, such as the intrapulmonary bronchi, the bronchioles, and the alveolar ducts. For respiration, the collaboration of other organ systems is clearly essential. The diaphragm, as the main respiratory muscle, and the intercostal muscles of the chest wall play an essential role by generating, under the control of the central nervous system, the pumping action on the lung. The muscles expand and contract the internal space of the thorax, the bony framework of which is formed by the ribs and the thoracic vertebrae. The contribution of the lung and chest wall (ribs and muscles) to respiration is described below in The mechanics of breathing. The blood, as a carrier for the gases, and the circulatory system (i.e., the heart and the blood vessels) are mandatory elements of a working respiratory system (see blood; cardiovascular system).

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Sheehan Ghosh
Sheehan Ghosh:
never seen such a systematic and informative explanation about a particular topic. Superb......... Keep it up.
Anita Sevilleja
Anita Sevilleja:
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Nico Lou C.
Nico Lou C.:
The fact that you’re breathing while knowing how it works, wow!
Nizya
Nizya:
This really helped, since I couldn't understand my biology teacher!!! Thank you soooooo much!!!!
Angel Montalbo
Angel Montalbo:
Thank you so much, this is the best explanation of respiratory system that i've watched so far. So helpful and very easy to understand.
Vishal Kumar
Vishal Kumar:
Well explained...sir👌👌
Luyanda Lamula
Luyanda Lamula:
This was very helpful thank, please may the role of the diaphragm be added though (:
Andrew Souther
Andrew Souther:
Also get the BreatheEasy Lung Exerciser to quickly tone breathing muscles and open airways. 👍🏼👍🏼
Ariana Lopez
Ariana Lopez:
Amazing video and amazing channel! This has made understanding the overall process so much more digestible than the textbook has made it out to be!
hadee siddy
hadee siddy:
Thank you so much. It is very helpful in my study. Then pls upload a to z in cardio vascular system. I need to know about cvs. So pls....
JD EvErblUe17
JD EvErblUe17:
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*12MINUTES OF EXPLANATION* inhale and exhale thats all the process..amazing rightttt😆😊👍💖thx sir👏💓
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OneTapServe:
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Maaz Saleem:
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Lara8:
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Farooq Munir:
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RAJESH KALLUMKAL:
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KOSHA SHAH:
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Lisa Camille:
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Lemia
Lemia:
Just thought I'd correct you on a point, where for the secondary and tertiary bronchioles, it's supposed to be bronchi because after the tertiary bronchi you begin having conducting bronchioles, then terminal bronchioles then respiratory bronchioles.
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r34 Astolfo:
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standard services:
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andrea shockley:
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khushi mondal
khushi mondal:
Pls make a video on mechanism of breathing....
It's really tough to understand the mechanism from textbook
Natalie Rivas
Natalie Rivas:
Thanks to this video I no longer have to try to connect two and two together on my textbook. It was well explained and I was able to understand the entire concept after watching this once. Thank you so much for saving me in my anatomy class
KitycatsNook
KitycatsNook:
I have been reviewing about oxygenation. I was trying to make drawings about gas exchange and they were going nowhere, but your visual illustrations were so on point! Keep it up:)
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Warfair Gamer:
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Bapan Candra Das:
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Lhyne Alpha:
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GUCCI EMO
GUCCI EMO:
What is the secondary way of humans getting air called?
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Yogita Bairagi
Yogita Bairagi:
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Raghu Kankanala:
Classification, chemical nature and biological role of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, amino acids and proteins sir please explain about these topics sir if is share me that link sir
Nisa_Tandon
Nisa_Tandon:
Can you please upload a video on 'Cloning vectors' (Biotechnology)
I am really not able to understand that part no matter how many times I try!
There are other videos too but they are not that understandable.
And btw you explain GREAT
Maame Awoye Armah
Maame Awoye Armah:
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visheshwar Sah
visheshwar Sah:
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Talimeli Taufete'e:
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Made video on c3 and c4 cycle ......
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துரைசாமி ராகவன்:
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Manju. Doss:
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SHINE:
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Harshitha Harshitha:
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Nazeer mujju:
clearly understood sir, thank you.
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Barbara Moses:
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Amrita Matta:
Perfect
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SANJANA CHOWDHERY
SANJANA CHOWDHERY:
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YASEEN JUTT
YASEEN JUTT:
MASHALLAH ////////////////////// THANKS//////////////////////////
sairameshreddy reddy
sairameshreddy reddy:
Super Video Don't Stop Keep Going on Making Good Videos About Human Body So That We Can Understand Every Topic From Biology Very Easily. Thank You 😊😊😊
Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan:
Post vedio on Nervous system: (NCERT)
mohz ahmd
mohz ahmd:
thank u so much ! DNA replication and RNA transcrption plz
Basil Mathew
Basil Mathew:
Ayyente mwone oru jaathi, rakshayilla, chumma minichutta
SANJANA CHOWDHERY
SANJANA CHOWDHERY:
and please make a video on neuroanatomy 🙏🙏🙏🙏
Vaishakh Damle
Vaishakh Damle:
Which soft. You are using to do this type of drawing and writing
Mohit sharma
Mohit sharma:
Sir circulatory system ki
video do yr.
deepak sudeep
deepak sudeep:
Thank you so much sir. This is perfect video
Cookie Jar
Cookie Jar:
I was writing an essay on the respitory system, this is just exactly what I needed! Thank you so much!
LALIT PARIHAR
LALIT PARIHAR:
THANKS
Shaheer Ali
Shaheer Ali:
Thnx sir
McMooseGoose
McMooseGoose:
This video saved me. The illustrations and narration are on point. Wish this guy was my teacher.
YAKA DRAW Arts.
YAKA DRAW Arts.:
thank you. This was very useful
Smart Learning 47
Smart Learning 47:
I am teacher and i recommend it to all
Miss BlackStone
Miss BlackStone:
Thanks man. So well explained.