Effects of potassium channel blockers on CO2-induced slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptor inhibition.

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In anesthetized, artificially ventilated rabbits with vagus nerve section, inhalation of CO(2) gas mixtures (tracheal CO(2) concentration ranging from 8.0 to 10.2%) for 60 s decreased slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptor (SAR) activity during both inflation and deflation. The magnitude of decreased receptor activity during deflation had a more… (More)

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