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Respiratory Changes During Carbon Dioxide Pneumoperitoneum
Experiments have shown that carbon dioxide insufflation into the peritoneal cavity and the subsequent increase in intra-abdominal pressure results in significant respiratory changes due to hypercapnia and diminished alveolar ventilation in the lower lung lobes. Expand
Driving Livestock East from California Prior to 1850
- R. Denhardt
- 1 December 1941