Characterization of aeroallergen-induced dyspnea in unrestrained guinea pigs by bias-flow-ventilated whole body plethysmography

Abstract

Aeroallergen-induced dyspnea in guinea pigs was associated with an increase in amplitude in the box pressure fluctuations (212%) and pseudo-flow signal (604%) and an 80% decline (from 0.19 to 0.04 s) in relaxation time (the time it takes the box pressure signal to drop from its peak to 1/3 of its peak value). All of these lung dysfunction changes were… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02028104

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