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Category: Airflow limitation

Exercise intolerance in chronic airflow limitation: The respiratory muscles (3)

Christie, in defining dyspnea as an increase in the effort accompanying breathing, clearly identified the role of increased respiratory muscle work and oxygen consumption. Later, with Malcolm Mcllroy, he measured intra-oesophag-eal pressure and Vt , and calculated respiratory work at Read More

Exercise intolerance in chronic airflow limitation: The respiratory muscles (1)

Christie, in defining dyspnea as an increase in the effort accompanying breathing, clearly identified the role of increased respiratory muscle work and oxygen consumption. Later, with Malcolm Mcllroy, he measured intra-oesophag-eal pressure and VT, and calculated respiratory work at rest Read More

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