Acute lung injury: what have we learned from animal models?

@article{Windsor1993AcuteLI,
  title={Acute lung injury: what have we learned from animal models?},
  author={Alastair C. J. Windsor and P G Mullen and Alpha A Berry Fowler},
  journal={The American journal of the medical sciences},
  year={1993},
  volume={306 2},
  pages={111-6}
}
In 1950, Carl John Wiggers, philosopher and physiologist, wrote, "Reactions to definite types of stimulation may be observed or recorded, and concealed phenomena may be revealed by the use of apparatus that transforms them into forms that are recognizable by human senses. But complete understanding of physiological reactions often necessitates extensive operative procedures and sometimes the ultimate sacrifice of life. For this reason experimentation on animals is indispensable." Acute lung… CONTINUE READING

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