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How can carbon dioxide improve stretch mark scars? How do I use it?

How can carbon dioxide improve stretch mark scars? How do I use it?

Injections: Carboxytherapy is itye injection of body tee rapture carbon dioxide gas which intially stretchs the stretch mark and cause a compensatory increase in oxygen and stimulation of new collagen. See results at carboxyworld.Com. ...Read more

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Dr. Randy Sussmane Stubbs
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Is there any data mentioning if the Carbon Dioxide they use to Carbonate drinks being addictive? I have sorts withdrawal and NEED a drink with bubbles

Is there any data mentioning if the Carbon Dioxide they use to Carbonate drinks being addictive? I have sorts withdrawal and NEED a drink with bubbles

Not physically: Addiction can be psychological physical or emotional. I am on aware of any physical protection or need for carbonation. There are many people who become psychologically addicted to the sugar and caffeine of a carbonated average however ...Read more

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Blood carbon dioxide is 20. How can I improve it? Is vitamin b1 suppliment a suitable course?

Blood carbon dioxide is 20. How can I improve it? Is vitamin b1 suppliment a suitable course?

Doesn't matter: If that is the only abnormal lab value, it doesn't matter. You don't try to fix the co2 specifically (unless it's severely abnormal in which case you'd probably be in the hospital). Other things like renal or lung function affect the co2. Thiamine won't specifically fix it. ...Read more

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Carbon dioxide level is high in my mother's blood & she is using bipap machine. Is there any medicine for this so that she does not have to use bipap?

Carbon dioxide level is high in my mother's blood & she is using bipap machine. Is there any medicine for this so that she does not have to use bipap?

Not likely: High serum co2 suggests chronic hypercarbia for which bipap is appropriate. No inhalers will dramatically improve hypercarbia over the short term. An alternative explanation for high serum co2 is severe metabolic alkalosis from vomiting or excessive diuretic use. An arterial blood gas can aid in telling the difference. ...Read more

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Can hyperventilation cause the loss of alrge amounts of carbon dioxide from the body?

Can hyperventilation cause the loss of alrge amounts of carbon dioxide from the body?

No: There is a feed back system at work. It is the co2 (carbon dioxide) levels in the blood that drive the breathing center in the brain. When you hyperventilate, you may decrease the co2 in the lungs which reduce some of the level in the blood which will then cause that breathing center to decrease the rate of breathing (hyperventilation). Ultimately hyperventilation can dec co2 only so much. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how the prescence of carbon dioxide reduce the affinity of heamoglobin for oxygen?

Can you tell me how the prescence of carbon dioxide reduce the affinity of heamoglobin for oxygen?

Bohr effect: Any physiology textbook will explain this to you. The shape of the hemoglobin molecule is changed slightly. It's a good thing that it gives up its oxygen more easily when there's a lot of carbon dioxide / low pH, as that's a sign that oxygen might be needed in the area. ...Read more

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What is carbon dioxide narcosis in relation to copd?

Cause of death: Carbon dioxide buildup happens as COPD worsens. In an acut exacerbation (sudden worsening), co2 will rapidly accumulate. This can lead to confusion, sedation, and decreased respiratory drive. If not promptly treated it will lead to death. ...Read more

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How does hyperpnea affect the amount of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood?

How does hyperpnea affect the amount of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood?

Low CO2, alkalemia: Deep or rapid breathing removes more gaseous co2 leading to less co2 in the blood and associated alkalemia - it has a minimal effect on oxygenation except in disease states. ...Read more

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What is the reason that pco2 (partial carbon dioxide) decreases during hyperventilation?

What is the reason that pco2 (partial carbon dioxide) decreases during hyperventilation?

Exhalation of CO2: Pco2 decreases with hyperventilation because carbon dioxide is a waste product produced by the body as a result of aerobic metabolism. If activity increases, metabolism increases and thus carbon dioxide increase, so we naturally breathe faster. If one hyperventilates more than the increase in metabolism, then level of carbon dioxide with be reduced, because it is being eliminated by exhalation. ...Read more

Dr. Ed Friedlander
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