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Determination of cardiac output at rest and during exercise by carbon dioxide rebreathing method in obstructive airway disease.
We evaluated the accuracy of the CO2 rebreathing method (CO2rb) for measuring cardiac output at rest and during steady-state exercise in 15 patients (mean +/- SD age, 59.7 +/- 7.5 yr) withExpand
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Acute effects of passive smoking on lung function and airway reactivity in asthmatic subjects.
We studied the acute effects of one hour of passive cigarette smoking on the lung function and airway reactivity of nine young adult asthmatic volunteers. At the time of this study, the subjects wereExpand
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Positional dyspnea and oxygen desaturation related to carcinoma of the lung. Up with the good lung.
Body position can lead to respiratory symptoms and affect gas exchange in disease states. We describe a patient with carcinoma of the left lung in whom dyspnea and oxygen desaturation developed inExpand
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The Heat of Formation of Aluminum Oxide
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Bronchoalveolar lavage. Its safety in subjects with mild asthma.
It has been suggested that fiberoptic bronchoscopy may induce life-threatening bronchospasm in persons with asthma. The safety of bronchoscopy and bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) with bilateralExpand
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Sustained-release theophylline reduces dyspnea in nonreversible obstructive airway disease.
Although orally administered theophylline has been prescribed widely in patients with nonreversible airway obstruction, symptomatic benefit has not been established. To assess the effects of orallyExpand
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Pulmonary function in runners before and after a 20 kilometer road race.
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Hospital provider satisfaction with a new documentation system.
Nursing documentation is an important component of clinical nursing practice. It is estimated that 15%-20% of work time is spent documenting patient information and that documentation is the mostExpand
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Volumetric responses of right and left ventricles during upright exercise in normal subjects.
We evaluated the volumetric responses of the right and left ventricles to upright exercise using two noninvasive methods, first-pass radionuclide angiocardiography and the CO2 rebreathing technique,Expand
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