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Local control of pulmonary resistance and lung compliance in the canine lung

Journal of Applied Physiology

Oct 1, 1975

R L CoonJ P Kampine

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Local control of pulmonary resistance and lung compliance was studied in the in situ left lower lobe of the canine lung. Recirculation of blood through the lobe while the Pco2 of the ventilatory gas was varied resulted in an increase in resistance and a decrease in compliance only when ...read more

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Cerebral Lobe
Lung
Vagal Stimulation
Airway Resistance
Alveolar
Respiratory Muscles
Smooth Muscle
Carbonic Acid Ions
Closure by Clamp
Vagus Nerve Structure
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Local control of pulmonary resistance and lung compliance in the canine lung

Journal of Applied Physiology

Oct 1, 1975

R L CoonJ P Kampine

PMID: 353

DOI: 10.1152/jappl.1975.39.4.580

Abstract

Local control of pulmonary resistance and lung compliance was studied in the in situ left lower lobe of the canine lung. Recirculation of blood through the lobe while the Pco2 of the ventilatory gas was varied resulted in an increase in resistance and a decrease in compliance only when ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Cerebral Lobe
Lung
Vagal Stimulation
Airway Resistance
Alveolar
Respiratory Muscles
Smooth Muscle
Carbonic Acid Ions
Closure by Clamp
Vagus Nerve Structure

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