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Fijación del monóxido de carbono a la hemoglobina

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Este grupo de ilustraciones médicas muestra una de las explicaciones del mecanismo de acción de la intoxicación por monóxido de carbono. La primera ilustración muestra el proceso normal de cómo la hemoglobina en un glóbulo rojo (RBC) transporta oxígeno y dióxido de carbono. La segunda ilustración muestra cómo el monóxido de carbono se fija muy fuertemente a la hemoglobina y desplaza a las moléculas de oxígeno y de dióxido de carbono de la molécula de hemoglobina. El oxígeno y el dióxido de carbono ya no pueden ser transportados y así las células del cuerpo no reciben el oxígeno que necesitan para funcionar.

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