Jonathan Keyes

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BRANDIS, MATTHIAS, JACK KEYES, AND ERICH E. WINDHAGER. Potassium-induced inhibitz’on of proximal tubular fluid reabsorbtion in rats. Am. J. Physiol. 222(Z) : 421-427. 1972.-In acute experiments in rats the effect of intravenous infusions of KC1 on proximal tubular fluid reabsorption was studied. In free-flow micropuncture recollections, tubular fluid/plasma(More)
In this article the more common kinds of acid-base disorders have been discussed. To accurately assess the kind of acid-base disturbance found in a patient, the clinician must know the arterial pH, PaCO2, and the [HCO-3] in arterial blood. Acid-base disturbances are associated with fluid and electrolyte disturbances. Potassium balance is often upset in(More)
Arterial blood-gas composition is determined by ventilation, pulmonary blood flow, and by how ventilation is matched to blood flow in the lungs. In healthy adults there are regional differences in both ventilation and blood flow in the lungs and the distribution of blood flow tends to parallel that of ventilation. Ventilation and blood flow can become(More)
Enabling motor control by epidural electrical stimulation of the spinal cord is a promising therapeutic technique for the recovery of motor function after a spinal cord injury (SCI). Although epidural electrical stimulation has resulted in improvement in hindlimb motor function, it is unknown whether it has any therapeutic benefit for improving forelimb(More)