4 edition of Respiratory sensation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Lewis Adams, Abraham Guz.|
|Series||Lung biology in health and disease ;, 90|
|Contributions||Adams, Lewis, 1950-, Guz, Abraham, 1929-|
|LC Classifications||RC776.D9 R47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 439 p. :|
|Number of Pages||439|
|LC Control Number||95046370|
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Symptom perception, defined as the patient's consciously appreciated sensation of a physiologic problem, is the end result of a series of processes: activation of afferent endings by pathophysiologic stimuli, transmission and processing of information in neural pathways, interpretation in the cerebral cortex, and acknowledgment by the patient. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of different pressurization rates during pressure support ventilation on breathing pattern, work of breathing, gas exchange and patient comfort in patients with acute lung injury. The pressurization rate modifies the initial pressure ramp by changing the initial peak flow rate: the increase in pressurization rate is associated .
Respiratory Psychophysiology discusses the current theoretical and clinical problems relating to the physiology, pathophysiology and psychology of respiratory functions. The multidisciplinary approaches by the authors make this book an integrated and comprehensive account of the mechanisms involved in the conscious and subconscious control of. Altose, M.D. and Cherniack, N.S. (). Respiratory sensation and respiratory muscle activity. Adv. Physiol. Sci., 10, – Google Scholar.
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If you are reading this book, it is more than likely that you or someone you know have at one time or another, experienced the sensation of being short of breath Respiratory sensation book to respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease or both. Shortness of breath (SOB). ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Historical Aspects of Dyspnea, Kieran J. Killian and E. Moran CampbellRespiratory Sensation: A Neurophysiological Perspective, Frederic L. Eldridge and Zibin ChenPsychophysical Methods in the Study of Respiratory Sensation, Robert W.
from book Respiration and Emotion (pp) Sensory afferent sources available for respiratory sensation (e.g., reviewed in    are summarized in Table 2. In addition to. Localization of the respiratory sensation by the patients is characteristically vague. It is not easy to quantitate how much of the respiratory distress is real and how much is the emotional reaction to it.
Furthermore, patients show varying degrees of adaptation to the sensation of respiratory by: 1. Book • 2nd Edition • 1 - INTRODUCTION. Pages Select 2 - STRUCTURE OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM, RELATED TO FUNCTION. Book chapter Full text access.
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Print Book & E-Book. ISBN A number of sensors located in different parts of the respiratory system (e.g., mechanoceptors in respiratory muscles, arterial chemoreceptors, etc) and other organs (e.g., heart), and multiple neural pathways and structures are involved in generating the sensation of dyspnea under various conditions (Guz ; Guz ).
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Title: Respiratory Sensation and Control of Breathing VOLUME: 3 ISSUE: 1 Author(s):Murray D. Altose Affiliation:Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, East Blvd., Cleveland, OHUSA.
Keywords:perceptual responses, respiratory system, CO2 concentration, ventilation, mechanoreceptors. As expected, there is a strong relationship between neural respiratory drive (diaphragm EMG) and the sensation of breathlessness.
Neuromechanical dissociation A crucial factor in the perception of breathlessness is the match between input into, and output from, the central nervous system; the match between afferent feedback and efferent neural.
Get this from a library. Report of Workshop on Respiratory Sensations, September[National Institutes of Health (U.S.);].
This includes the corticospinal tract (motor), the posterior column-medial lemniscus pathway (fine touch, vibration sensation, and proprioception) and the spinothalamic tract (pain, temperature, itch, and crude touch). The brain stem also plays an important role in the regulation of cardiac and respiratory function.
Respiratory Psychophysiology by Curt Von Euler,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Keywords:Respiratory sensation, dyspnoea, respiratory afferents, sensorimotor control. Abstract: Respiratory sensation often occurs in patients suffering from acute or chronic respiratory and/or cardiac diseases, leading to dyspnoea.
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respiratory hypersensitivity and/or is there are positive results from an appropriate animal test. The classification of respiratory sensitizer will normally be based on human experience; recognized and validated animal models for the testing of respiratory sensitizers are not available.
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