The Regulation of Respiration During Sleep and Anesthesia

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  • ISBN-13: 9781461340119
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 11/28/2012
  • Series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology Series , #99
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1978
  • Pages: 448
  • Product dimensions: 6.69 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Table of Contents

Section I:The Influence of Sleep and Anesthesia.- Section I:The Influence of Sleep and Anesthesia.- “Regional Effects of Nembutal Anesthesia on Brainstem Respiratory Neurones”.- “Effects of Anesthesia on Activity Patterns of Respiratory Neurones”.- “Rate of Rise of Inspiration at Various Levels of CNS Excitability”.- “Breathing During Sleep in Man in Normal and Pathological Conditions”.- “Regulation of the Activity of Respiratory Muscles During Sleep”.- “Electric Activity of Cat Respiratory Muscles During Sleep”.- “Ventilatory Responses Mediated by Peripheral Chemoreceptors in Anaesthetized Man”.- “Effects of Sleep on the Pattern of C02 Stimulated Breathing in Males and Females”.- “Breath-to-Breath Control of Ventilation in Normal Infants During Sleep”.- “Effects of Anesthesia on Breathing Pattern”.- “Interaction Between the Mechanical Properties of the Respiratory System and Drive in the Control of Breathing of Anesthetized Man”.- “The Effects of Fentanyl and Thiopental on Breathing in Man”.- “Effects of Anesthesia and Muscle Paralysis on the Mechanics of the Respiratory System”.- “Apneic Threshold in Intra-Operative Anesthesia”.- “Mouth Occlusion Pressure and EMG of the Diaphragm in the Waking and Sleeping States”.- Section II:The Influence of Brain Acid-Base Environment.- Section II:The Influence of Brain Acid-Base Environment.- “Interaction of Humoral Ventilatory Stimuli at High Altitude”.- “Carotid Chemoreceptor Role in CSF Alkalosis at Altitude”.- “Interaction Between PC02 and Plasma [HCO3-]in Regulation of CSF [HCO3-] in Respiratory Alkalosis and Metabolic Acidosis”.- “O2 Sensitive, Local Regulation of CSF H+ Activity”.- “Three Compartments Model for the Bicarbonate Exchange of the Brain Extracellular Fluid with Blood and Cells”.- “The Role of Chloride and Other Anions in Cerebrospinal Fluid Bicarbonate Regulation”.- “Depressant Effect of Ammonia on the Ventilatory Response to Hypoxia and Hypercapnia”.- Section III:The Influence of Peripheral Input.- Section III:The Influence of Peripheral Input.- “Slow pH Changes in Blood Plasma Following C02 Exchange”.- “Delayed pH Equilibration in Blood During Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibition”.- “Pulmonary Carbonic Anhydrase and the Release of Carbon Dioxide from Plasma Bicarbonate”.- “Aortic Nerve Chemoreceptors are Sensitive to Changes in PaC02”.- “The Effects of Changes in Arterial Pressure on Sinus Nerve Efferent Activity”.- “Chemical Stimulation of Rapidly Adapting Receptors in the Airways”.- “Comparison of the Effects of Histamine and Prostaglandin on Afferent C-Fiber Endings and Irritant Receptors in the Intrapulmonary Airways”.- “Stretch Receptors of the Trachea”.- “A Comparison of the Effects of Steady-State and Progressive Hypoxia on the Ventilatory and Frequency Response“.- “The Different Respiratory Effects of Inspiratory and Expiratory Stimulations of the Carotid Sinus Nerve and Carotid Body”.- “Carotid Arterial Blood Gas Oscillations and the Phase of the Respiratory Cycle During Exercise in Man: Testing a Model”.- “Significance of Peripheral Chemoreceptor Response and Adaptation in the Regulation of Breathing”.- “Ventilatory Control Characteristics of Conditions Resulting in Isocapnic Hyperpnea”.- Section IV:The Influence of Central Interaction.- Section IV:The Influence of Central Interaction.- “Central Mechanisms Controlling Expiratory Duration”.- “Termination of Inspiration Through Graded Inhibition of Inspiratory Activity”.- “Some Effects of Graded Changes in Central Chemoceptor Input by Local Temperature Changes on the Ventral Surface of Medulla”.- “The Central Multiplicative Interaction of PO2 and PCO2 on Ventilation”.- “The Effects of Inhalation of Carbon Monoxide on Some Aspects of Neuromechanical Ventilatory Control”.- “Effects of Increased Respiratory Controller Gain During Hypoxia and Hypercapnia on Periodic Breathing in Cats”.- List of Contributors.
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