Respiratory syncytial virus infection enhances the response to laryngeal chemostimulation and inhibits arousal from sleep in young lambs.

@article{Lindgren1996RespiratorySV,
  title={Respiratory syncytial virus infection enhances the response to laryngeal chemostimulation and inhibits arousal from sleep in young lambs.},
  author={Carl Lindgren and J Lin and Barney S. Graham and Mary Ellen Gray and Richard A. Parker and H{\aa}kan W. Sundell},
  journal={Acta paediatrica},
  year={1996},
  volume={85 7},
  pages={789-97}
}
To evaluate the effect of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection on the response to laryngeal chemostimulation (LCS) with water, five lambs were inoculated with human RSV and three lambs were given control media at an age of 3-5 days. During RSV infection, LCS resulted in increased inhibition of minute ventilation and delayed recovery of regular breathing. Sleep further increased the response, and arousal was less likely to occur in active sleep. Two of the five infected lambs needed… CONTINUE READING
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