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erythrocyte production is controlled via a negative feedback loop. Oxygen levels are monitored and during hypoxic conditions (possible hypoxic conditions are an increase in altitude, exercise, and emphysema) the kidney and liver release erythropoietin to red bone marrow in order to stimulate erythropoiesis production. If there is a sufficient amount of blood, EPO will be repressed. It takes about 3-5 days to create red blood cells and about 1-2 weeks until there is a profound effect.

erythrocyte production is controlled via a negative feedback loop. Oxygen levels are monitored and during hypoxic conditions (possible hypoxic conditions are an increase in altitude, exercise, and emphysema) the kidney and liver release erythropoietin to red bone marrow in order to stimulate erythropoiesis production. If there is a sufficient amount of blood, EPO will be repressed. It takes about 3-5 days to create red blood cells and about 1-2 weeks until there is a profound effect.

Regulating erythropoiesis -hormonal controls: erythropoietin EPO -dietary requirements: amino acids, lipids, carbs.. Iron!!! (Stored in ferritin and hemosiderin)

(Stored in ferritin and hemosiderin)

Regulation of Erythropoiesis Infographic

Erythropoiesis: Formation of Red Blood Cells

Erythropoiesis- Red Blood Cell (RBC) Creation. This dynamic process primarily occurs within the bone marrow & is regulated by the kidneys, which release the hormone erythropoietin (EPO) in response to low oxygen levels @iStudentNurse #NurseHacks #Erythropoiesis #EPO #RBC

This dynamic process primarily occurs within the bone marrow is regulated by the renal hormonal release of erythropoietin (EPO) in response to low oxygen levels.