10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EUPNEIC»
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Integration in Respiratory Control: From Genes to Systems
The contribution of the intracranial chemoreceptors to eupneic breathing in the
awake state is unclear. Studies have found attenuated CO2 sensitivity and
decreased eupneic breathing after perturbations in the medulla (Forster, Ohtake,
Marc Poulin, Richard J. A. Wilson, 2007
Oxygen Sensing: Responses and Adaption to Hypoxia
radiofrequency lesioning at the level of the pontomedullary junction all produce a
shift from eupneic pattern to a gasp-like pattern of phrenic nerve discharge. Most
recently, we have proposed that the gasping “generator” that resides in the ...
Sukhamay Lahiri, Gregg Semenza, Nanduri R. Prabhakar, 2003
The Thorax --: Physiology (In Three Parts), Second Edition
Despite the recording of spontaneous afferent activities during eupneic breathing
in several animal species, morphological studies indicate that the diaphragm
contains very few muscle spindles. These findings, therefore, cast some doubt on
Pediatric Respiratory Medicine
Relevance of the CO2 Apneic Threshold Respiratory drive depends not only on
O2, but also on CO2. A baseline concentration of CO2 is essential for breathing
to occur; conversely, if PCO2 falls considerably below eupneic baseline, apnea ...
Lynn M. Taussig, Louis I. Landau, 2008
Post-Genomic Perspectives in Modeling and Control of Breathing
Introduction Different views exist regarding sites within the brain responsible for
eupneic respiratory rhythmogenesis. Studies by Lumsden in the 1920's1,2
indicated that the minimum neural substrate for respiratory rhythm was the
medulla but ...
Jean Champagnat, Monique Denavit-Saubie, Gilles Fortin, 2010
Respiratory Control and Disorders in the Newborn
If during this extended period of gasping, hypoxia is removed and normoxia or
hyperoxia is reintroduced, the frequency of gasps progressively increases and
they are gradually replaced by eupneic ventilatory activity. This process is termed
Chernick-Mellins Basic Mechanisms of Pediatric Respiratory ...
Respiratory burst generation: the preBotzinger basis for eupneic breathing? The
most persistent controversy with respect to results from in vitro systems is the
relationship of the in vitro respiratory output in rodents to eupnea in intact animals
Gabriel G. Haddad, Steven H. Abman, Victor Chernick, 2002
Sleep Disordered Breathing in Children: A Comprehensive ...
Relevance of the pCO2 Apneic Threshold Respiratory drive depends not only on
O2 but also on CO2. A baseline concentration of pCO2 is essential for breathing
to occur; conversely, if pCO2 falls considerably below its eupneic baseline, ...
Leila Kheirandish-Gozal, David Gozal, 2012
Physiology of Breath-hold Diving and the Ama of Japan: Papers
It has been noted by many workers that the "point of comfort" or "eupneic" point
for a pressure regulator supplying air to a person under water is at neck level
rather than chest level; that is, in a considerably shallower position than the chest
Hermann Rahn, Tetsuro Yokoyama, 1965
Concepts and Formalizations in the Control of Breathing
Questions from von Enter (1) I would not agree with your statement that an
isolated medulla cannot exhibit 'normal' eupneic-type breathing pattern. Thus, 1
can refer to the paper by Wang &Ngai stating that the most caudal section
G. Benchetrit, P. Baconnier, Jacques Demongeot, 1987