OXYGEN POISONING IN MAMMALS

@article{Binger2003OXYGENPI,
  title={OXYGEN POISONING IN MAMMALS},
  author={Carl A. L. Binger and James M. Faulkner and Richmond L. Moore},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={45},
  pages={849 - 864}
}
1. Oxygen in concentrations of over 70 per cent of an atmosphere is poisonous to dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and mice. 2. The poisonous effects manifest themselves in drowsiness, anorexia, loss of weight, increasing dyspnea, cyanosis and death from oxygen want. 3. The cause of oxygen want is a destructive lesion of the lungs. 4. The lesion may be characterized grossly as an hemorrhagic edema. Microscopically there is to be seen in varying degrees of intensity (a) capillary engorgement with… CONTINUE READING

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