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Pulmonary Ventilation

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Disease relevance of Pulmonary Ventilation


High impact information on Pulmonary Ventilation


Chemical compound and disease context of Pulmonary Ventilation


Biological context of Pulmonary Ventilation


Anatomical context of Pulmonary Ventilation

  • When pulmonary ventilation or central respiratory drive (in terms of phrenic nerve activity) was related to brainstem ECF-pH, no unique function resulted for respiratory (CO2-induced) and metabolic (lactic acid induced) acid-base changes, thus contradicting the "reaction theory" for central respiratory chemosensitivity [18].

Associations of Pulmonary Ventilation with chemical compounds

  • Peak pulmonary ventilation, metabolic rate, and arterial PO2 were significantly higher in the tetracycline-treated group [19].
  • We asked whether repeated hypoxic exposures during the early neonatal periods could affect the ventilatory control, such as the lung volume-dependent ventilatory inhibition (HBR), pulmonary ventilation (VE), and CO2 production (VCO2) [20].
  • A new strategy for a quantitative measurement of regional pulmonary ventilation using hyperpolarized helium-3 (3He) MRI has been developed [21].
  • Taken with existing evidence that hyperoxia stops pulmonary ventilation even under conditions in which PaCO2 is elevated this suggests that hypoxic and hypercapnic stimuli summate to drive lung ventilation in the toad [22].
  • First, halothane anesthesia does not modify pulmonary ventilation, but a tachypnea much more intense in intact than in decerebrated cats is observed [23].

Gene context of Pulmonary Ventilation


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Pulmonary Ventilation


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