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Multisystem Consequences of Impaired Breathing Mechanics and / or Postural Control

@inproceedings{Massery2005MultisystemCO,
  title={Multisystem Consequences of Impaired Breathing Mechanics and / or Postural Control},
  author={M. Massery},
  year={2005}
}
  • M. Massery
  • Published 2005
  • The cardiovascular/pulmonary (CP) system is unique in that it provides both physiological support (oxygen delivery) as well as a mechanical support (respiratory/trunk muscle control) for movement. The physiological components have been covered extensively in other sections of this book. This chapter focuses on the mechanical aspect of ventilation and its interactions with other body systems in both health and dysfunction and includes three major points of focus: 
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