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Pulmonary Physiology, Seventh Edition. Michael G. Audience: first and second year medical students; nursing practitioner students; physician assistant students; residents in internal medicine, anesthesiology, pediatrics, pulmonary medicine; and respiratory therapists Emphasizes comprehension of fundamental concepts over memorization All major concepts illustrated with figures Clinical study questions and answers and problem-based examples in each chapter New to this edition: correlations to clinical medicine at the end of each chapter, updated text throughout, additional tables added to highlight key concepts, and updated references.
Chapter 2 Mechanics of Breathing. Chapter 3 Alveolar Ventilation. Chapter 4 Blood Flow to the Lung. Chapter 5 VentilationPerfusion Relationships. Chapter 6 Diffusion of Gases. Chapter 9 The Control of Breathing. Chapter 10 Nonrespiratory Functions of the Lung. Clinical Problem Answers.
Pulmonary Physiology Michael G. Significance of the relationship between lung recoil and maximum expiratory flow. JB, Effect of lung volume on the distribution of pulmonary blood flow in man, Resp. Chapter 1 Function Structure of the Respiratory System.
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