Chemical BondingBy: Charis G.<br />
Hemoglobin<br />In red blood cells hemoglobin is the protein<br />They bring oxygen from the lungs to the tissues of our b...
Hemoglobin’s importance of transporting oxygen in our bodies<br />Hemoglobin helps transport the red blood cells around th...
Chemical bonding of hemoglobin and real life<br />Oxygen and hemoglobin are two  chemically combine things that make a che...
Hemoglobin and a Mt. Everest Climb<br />As going higher and higher above sea level the blood gets less oxygen <br />Most p...
pH and transportation of oxygen<br />When the hemoglobin moves in certain direction it will either rise in pH or decrease<...
Blood Doping<br />The increase of red blood in circulation  of the blood<br />Increase the cells by giving old cells that ...
Homologous vs.  Autologous<br />Homologous is blood transfused from another person and is given to another<br />Autologous...
EPO<br />EPO is a kidney produced hormone<br />It increases the making of red blood cells<br />Site:<br />http://www.answe...
Medical use of Blood Doping<br />rEPO used in blood doping is used to be able to cure anemia<br />Site:<br />http://www.an...
Blood Doping in Sports<br />The hormone used can increase the blood count<br />The athlete will have an advantage of havin...
Alexander Vinokourov<br />He was a Tour de France rider of 2007<br />Was positive for homologous transfusion<br /> may hav...
Tyler Hamilton<br />Was an American biker for 2004 Olympics<br />“Failed a fluorescent-activated cell sorting test “<br />...
Side Effects of Blood Doping<br />Side effects include:<br />Heart failure<br />Risk of stroke<br />Higher risk of thrombo...
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Chemical Bonding

  1. 1. Chemical BondingBy: Charis G.<br />
  2. 2. Hemoglobin<br />In red blood cells hemoglobin is the protein<br />They bring oxygen from the lungs to the tissues of our body and returns carbon dioxide to the lungs<br />Hemoglobin is very important in keeping the shape of blood cells together<br />Site:<br />http://www.medicinenet.com/hemoglobin/article.htm<br />http://www.tikirobot.net/wp/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/0143.gif<br />
  3. 3. Hemoglobin’s importance of transporting oxygen in our bodies<br />Hemoglobin helps transport the red blood cells around the body<br />Red blood cells bring around oxygen in order for the body to funcytion normally<br />Site:<br />http://www.medicinenet.com/complete_blood_count/page3.htm<br />http://www.esa.int/images/bloodcell400.jpg<br />
  4. 4. Chemical bonding of hemoglobin and real life<br />Oxygen and hemoglobin are two chemically combine things that make a chemical bond<br />Site:<br />http://www.slideboom.com/presentations/133146<br />http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2007/08/01/health/adam/19510.jpg<br />
  5. 5. Hemoglobin and a Mt. Everest Climb<br />As going higher and higher above sea level the blood gets less oxygen <br />Most people need additional oxygen in order to climb<br />The limit a person’s body can endure is 29029 feet which is the mountain’s summit<br />Site:<br />http://www.healthline.com/blogs/outdoor_health/2009/02/arterial-blood-gases-and-oxygen-content.html<br />http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn287/laxbrandon16/everest.jpg<br />
  6. 6. pH and transportation of oxygen<br />When the hemoglobin moves in certain direction it will either rise in pH or decrease<br />Site:<br />http://www.slideboom.com/presentations/133146<br />http://www.rtassociates.co.uk/images/phscale66.jpg<br />
  7. 7. Blood Doping<br />The increase of red blood in circulation of the blood<br />Increase the cells by giving old cells that have been removed or using a medication called erythropoietin<br />Site:<br />http://www.answers.com/topic/blood-boosting<br />http://www.medicalrf.com/_a/watermarked/0/MedRF_27604.jpg<br />
  8. 8. Homologous vs. Autologous<br />Homologous is blood transfused from another person and is given to another<br />Autologous is when blood is transfused from the person<br />Site:<br />http://www.answers.com/topic/blood-boosting<br />http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Sport/Pix/pictures/2008/10/09/BloodsamplesRe.jpg<br />
  9. 9. EPO<br />EPO is a kidney produced hormone<br />It increases the making of red blood cells<br />Site:<br />http://www.answers.com/topic/erythropoietin<br />http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/44669000/jpg/_44669120_injection1.jpg<br />
  10. 10. Medical use of Blood Doping<br />rEPO used in blood doping is used to be able to cure anemia<br />Site:<br />http://www.answers.com/topic/erythropoietin<br />http://www.hipusa.com/webmd/images/health_and_medical_reference/blood_disorders/anemia.jpg<br />
  11. 11. Blood Doping in Sports<br />The hormone used can increase the blood count<br />The athlete will have an advantage of having more endurance<br />Site:<br />http://www.answers.com/topic/erythropoietin<br />Clipart pictures<br />
  12. 12. Alexander Vinokourov<br />He was a Tour de France rider of 2007<br />Was positive for homologous transfusion<br /> may have a 2 year suspension<br />His partner was also tested for homologous transfusion<br />Site:<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_doping#Notable_blood_doping_cases<br />http://cdn.picapp.com/ftp/Images/3/1/2/b/Tour_de_France_5549.jpg<br />
  13. 13. Tyler Hamilton<br />Was an American biker for 2004 Olympics<br />“Failed a fluorescent-activated cell sorting test “<br />Still kept his gold medal because of not having a second test of blood<br />Site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_doping#Notable_blood_doping_cases<br />http://www.primarygames.com/socstudies/olympics/images/olympics_logo.gif<br />
  14. 14. Side Effects of Blood Doping<br />Side effects include:<br />Heart failure<br />Risk of stroke<br />Higher risk of thrombosis<br />Risk of heart attacks<br />Sites: http://www.answers.com/topic/erythropoietin<br />http://www.open-heart.net/upload/rte/heart.jpg<br />

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