PMID: 2312477Jan 1, 1990Paper

Respiratory changes in diaphragmatic intramuscular pressure

Journal of Applied Physiology
M DecramerM B Reid

Abstract

We attempted to measure diaphragmatic tension by measuring changes in diaphragmatic intramuscular pressure (Pim) in the costal and crural parts of the diaphragm in 10 supine anesthetized dogs with Gaeltec 12 CT minitransducers. During phrenic nerve stimulation or direct stimulation of the costal and crural parts of the diaphragm in an animal with the chest and abdomen open, Pim invariably increased and a linear relationship between Pim and the force exerted on the central tendon was found (r greater than or equal to 0.93). During quiet inspiration Pim in general decreased in the costal part (-3.9 +/- 3.3 cmH2O), whereas it either increased or slightly decreased in the crural part (+3.3 +/- 9.4 cmH2O, P less than 0.05). Similar differences were obtained during loaded and occluded inspiration. After bilateral phrenicotomy Pim invariably decreased during inspiration in both parts (costal -4.3 +/- 6.4 cmH2O, crural -3.1 +/- 0.6 cmH2O). Contrary to the expected changes in tension in the muscle, but in conformity with the pressure applied to the muscle, Pim invariably increased during passive inflation from functional residual capacity to total lung capacity (costal +30 +/- 23 cmH2O, crural +18 +/- 18 cmH2O). Similarly, during passiv...Continue Reading

Citations

Jul 1, 1992·The American Review of Respiratory Disease·E DeromM Decramer
Oct 1, 1996·Journal of Applied Physiology·S N Hussain
Dec 17, 2014·Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development·Barbara K SmithPaul W Davenport
Oct 1, 1991·The American Review of Respiratory Disease·M DecramerE Derom

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