Expiratory effects of brief carotid sinus nerve and carotid body stimulations.

Abstract

The expiratory response, measured directly as ventilatory volume and as internal intercostal or abdominal muscle EMG activity, to brief intermittent electrical stimulation of the carotid sinus nerve or chemical stimulation of the carotid body was determined in anesthetized cats. Stimuli given during expiration had a specific expiratory effect, manifested by… (More)

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