10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYPERPNEIC»
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Respiratory-Circulatory Interactions in Health and Disease
In contrast to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), with CSR arousal occurs at the
peak of the hyperpneic phase rather than at the termination of the apneic phase (
Fig. 5). The difference in timing of arousal between these two diseases can be ...
Steven M. Scharf, Michael R. Pinsky, Shelly Magder, 2001
The Diagnosis of Stupor and Coma
The hyperpneic phase usually lasts longer than the apneic phase. CSR is a
neurogenic alteration in respiratory control that usually results from intracranial
causes, although hypoxemia, a prolonged circulation time, and congested lungs
Fred Plum, Jerome B. Posner, 1982
Sleep Apnea: Implications in Cardiovascular and ...
From the simulation examples presented in Figure 5, it can be seen that the
arousal which occurs during the hyperpneic phase of each CSR cycle contributes
to the amplification of the hyperpnea that is already present, thereby promoting
T. Douglas Bradley, John S. Floras, 2000
Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: Experimental Models and ...
To examine medullary inputs to hyperpneic sites in the PB, we conducted
microstimulation experiments in rats that had previously received injections of
retrograde tracers into the ventrolateral medulla or the nucleus of the solitary tract
, which ...
Miodrag Radulovacki, 2002
Their experiment confirmed a close correlation between the cardiac output
increase and that of ventilation. That this somehow involved a CO2—related
signal was suggested by the absence of an hyperpneic response to the drug
Essentials of Medical Physiology
Hyperpneic period ii. Apneic period. Hyperpneic period — waxing and waning of
breathing To begin with, the breathing is shallow. Force of respiration increases
gradually and reaches the maximum (hyperpnea). Then, it decreases gradually ...
K. Sembulingam, Prema Sembulingam, 2012
Principles of Physiology
For example, in hypercapnia, the hyperpneic response goes on much longer
even after the hypercapnia is corrected. ... the hypocapnia is corrected resulting
in reappearance of hypercapnia which triggers the next hyperpneic phase.
Walsh and Hoyt's Clinical Neuro-ophthalmology
The pupils dilate in the hyperpneic phase unless there is a concomitant
sympathetic nerve paralysis, and they constrict during the apneic phase unless
there is a concomitant oculomotor nerve paralysis (415). The cyclic breathing and
Neil R. Miller, Frank Burton Walsh, William Fletcher Hoyt, 2005
The American Review of Respiratory Disease
SieckGC, MazarA, Belman M J. Changes in diaphragmatic EMG spectra during
hyperpneic loads. Respir Physiol 1985; 61:137-52. 1 1 . Borg GAV.
Psychophysical bases of perceived exertion. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1982; 14:377-
Respiratory Physiology of Newborn Mammals: A Comparative ...
This aspect of the effectof hypoxia on the brain could contribute tothe progressive
decline in E afterthe immediaterise, andit is often considered alikely
mechanismforthe poor hyperpneic response tohypoxia in newbornsof