Jeffrey C. Sventek

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This study evaluated the effect of hyperoxia on the pharmacokinetic function of the lung. Hyperoxia is known to disrupt the activities of the pulmonary prostaglandin dehydrogenase/reductase and angiotensin converting enzymes. This would be predicted to alter the activation/deactivation of prostaglandins or angiotensin. The ability of these enzyme systems to(More)
Hyperoxia has been shown to disrupt certain membrane bound enzyme systems within the pulmonary endothelium which are responsible for the metabolism of several endogenous vasoactive compounds. This study was to evaluate whether the potential disruption of the prostaglandin dehydrogenase/reductase and angiotensin converting enzymes, as a consequence of(More)
The Aerospace Medical Association is the leading organization in the world dedicated to the health, safety and performance of those who fly in the air and in space. We are made up of approximately 2,300 members consisting of physicians, nurses, scientists, managers, regulators, and technicians, working in the military, civilian government, academia and(More)
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