Flo-Rian Haas

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The effects of rhythmic input on breath period (TT) under constant metabolic drive were assessed in 10 musically trained and 10 untrained subjects. They tapped to a metronome and then to four musical segments, each for 5 min. Ten of these subjects (5 from each group) also listened to the selections without tapping. TT, beat period (TB), and phase coupling(More)
Ventilatory responses to inspiratory elastic and resistive loads of 67 men were analyzed. During the 1st, 5th, and 10th consecutively loaded breaths 1) individual responses ranged from a rapid-shallow to a slow-deep breathing pattern; 2) strong tidal volume (VT) defenders employed longer inspirations than did weak VT defenders; and 3) individual frequency(More)
First-breath ventilatory responses to graded inspiratory elastic and resistive loads were obtained from 80 women unfamiliar with respiratory experimentation. For each load 1) responses from different subjects ranged from a weak tidal volume defense coupled with an increased breathing frequency to a strong tidal volume defense coupled with a decreased(More)
First-breath ventilatory responses to graded elastic (delta E) and resistive (delta R) loads from 10 people with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), 15 people with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), and 80 able-bodied people were compared. The SMA and DMD groups produced equal tidal volume, respiratory frequency, inspiratory duration (TI), expiratory duration,(More)
  • M Christophe, Salomon Président, Mme Isabelle, Bouchoule Rapporteur, M Kurt, Gibble Rapporteur +84 others
  • 2009
Nous décrivons la conception et la construction d'une horloge atomique sur une pucè a atomes, visant une stabilité de quelques 10 −13à 1s et une application en tant qu'´ etalon secondaire. Cette horloge est basée sur la transitionà deux photons entre les sous-´ etats hyperfins |1, −1 et |2, 1 de l'´ etat fondamental de l'atome 87 Rb. Elle interroge cette(More)
Two groups of 24 subjects each attempted to discriminate between large elastic and resistive loads during 50 randomized presentations of each load. Breathers inspired from the loads through a J valve, whereas pullers reciprocally stroked the plunger of a 2-liter syringe connected to the J valve. A range of load durations was obtained in each subject by(More)
First-breath ventilatory responses to graded elastic and resistive loads were obtained from 15 people with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), 5 people with facioscapulohumeral MD (FSH), 3 people with Becker MD, and 3 people with limb-girdle MD. For each load tidal volumes from different individuals ranged from relatively small to comparatively large values,(More)
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