Respiratory sensation and ventilatory mechanics during induced bronchoconstriction in spontaneously breathing low cervical quadriplegia.


Intensity of dyspnea during induced bronchoconstriction in asthma is strongly related to the reduction in inspiratory capacity (IC) as a result of dynamic hyperinflation. To determine the role of rib cage and intercostal muscle afferents in symptom perception during bronchoconstriction, we measured the relationship between dyspnea intensity and IC during… (More)


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