Postinspiratory activity of costal and crural diaphragm.

Abstract

Because the first stage of expiration or "postinspiration" is an active neurorespiratory event, we expect some persistence of diaphragm electromyogram (EMG) after the cessation of inspiratory airflow, as postinspiratory inspiratory activity (PIIA). The costal and crural segments of the mammalian diaphragm have different mechanical and proprioceptive… (More)

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@article{Easton1999PostinspiratoryAO, title={Postinspiratory activity of costal and crural diaphragm.}, author={Paul A Easton and Masatoshi Katagiri and Teresa Mary Kieser and Richard Platt}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={1999}, volume={87 2}, pages={582-9} }