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Author Grassino, A.

Title Respiratory Muscles in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease [electronic resource] / edited by A. Grassino, C. Fracchia, C. Rampulla, L. Zocchi.

Published London : Springer London, 1988.

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Physical description 1 online resource (192 p.)
Series Current Topics in Rehabilitation, 1431-2093
Current topics in rehabilitation.
Contents Contents: Contributors -- Aspects of Respiratory Muscles Physiology: J.D. Derenne: Some Old Concepts in Respiratory Muscle Mechanics -- P.T. MacKlem: Inspiratory Muscle Physiology, with Particular Regard to the Diaphragm -- M. Estenne: Respiratory Muscle Physiology with Particular Regard to Rib Cage Muscles -- E.D'Angelo: Patterns of Inspiratory Muscle Activation with Changing Levels of Ventilatory Demand -- Y. Jammes: Chest Wall and Diaphragmatic Afferents: Their Role During External Mechanical Loading and Respiratory Muscle Ischemia -- S. Sanci, S. Romano, S. Field, V. Bellia, G. Bonsignore, A. Grassino: The Oxygen Cost of Respiratory and Non-respiratory Muscles -- A. Arrigo, R. Casale, M. Buonocore: EMG Evaluation of Respiratory Muscles -- Aspects of Respiratory Muscles Pathophysiology: A. Grassino: Pathways Leading to Skeletal Muscle Fatigue -- W.P. Collett, L.A. Engel: Efficiency of Breathing During Hyperinflation -- J. Smith, F. Bellemare: Effect of Lung Volume on in Vivo Contraction Characteristics of the Human Diaphragm -- E. Fiaccadori, S. Del Canale, A. Guariglia: Nutritional and Metabolic Aspects of COPD -- J.W. Fitting: Inspiratory Muscles and Dyspnea -- M. Green, A.K. Mier, J. Moxham: Respiratory Muscle Weakness -- J. Milic-Emili, S.B. Gottfried, A. Rossi: Intrinsic PEEP and its Implications in Patients with Respiratory Failure -- A. Rossi, R. Poggi, E. Manzin, C. Brosenghini, R. Brandolese: Early Changes in Respiratory Mechanics in Acute Respiratory Failure -- R. Pariente: The Respiratory Muscles in Acute Respiratory Failure -- Therapeutical Approaches: R.L. Pardy: Respiratory Muscle Training in COPD -- M. Schiavina: Treatment of Patients with Respiratory Failure During Wakefulness and Sleep: Use of Tank Ventilator -- P.T. MacKlem: Rest in the Treatment of Respiratory Muscle Fatigue -- Key Words.
Summary The implications of malfunctioning muscles has become an important topic in respiratory medicine. Respiratory muscles are severely affected, for example, by emphysema and chronic bronchitis, which are primarily diseases of the lung. Muscle malfunction can lead to severe dyspnoea and failure of the ventilatory pump. It seems remarkable that, while some aspects of skeletal muscle function are investigated by molecular biology techniques to find new answers, too little is still known about respiratory muscle interaction. This volume reflects the explosion of information in recent years: how respiratory muscles function in health and diseases; new techniques for their evaluation; the concepts of fatigue, weakness and failure; and muscle rest or training.
Other author Fracchia, C.
Rampulla, C.
Zocchi, L.
Subject Medicine.
Human physiology.
Pneumology.
Rehabilitation.
Electronic books.
Variant Title Workshop "Respiratory Muscles in COPD", held in Montescano (Pavia) on September 8-9, 1986
ISBN 9781447138501 (electronic bk.)
1447138503 (electronic bk.)
9781447138525
144713852X
1447138503