Effects of hemodynamic edema formation on peripheral vs. central airway mechanics.

Abstract

The mechanisms governing increased central (Rc) and peripheral airway resistance (Rp) during hemodynamic edema formation were studied in anesthetized dogs. Rc and Rp were measured by forced oscillation at 1 Hz by use of a retrograde catheter to partition resistance and a pleural capsule to detect alveolar pressure. After elevation of left atrial pressure to… (More)

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@article{Ishii1985EffectsOH, title={Effects of hemodynamic edema formation on peripheral vs. central airway mechanics.}, author={Makoto Ishii and N. Matsumoto and Toshiharu Fuyuki and Wilson Takashi Hida and Masaharu Ichinose and H. Inoue and Takeshi Takishima}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={1985}, volume={59 5}, pages={1578-84} }