Transalveolar Na+ absorption. A strategy to counter alveolar flooding?
Alveolar fluid clearance in the resected human lung.
Evaluation of definitions for adult respiratory distress syndrome.
Mathematical coupling explains dependence of oxygen consumption on oxygen delivery in ARDS.
Effect of dobutamine on oxygen consumption and gastric mucosal pH in septic patients.
Effect of endogenous and inhaled nitric oxide on the ventilation-perfusion relationships in oleic-acid lung injury.
Role of neutrophils and nitric oxide in lung alveolar injury from smoke inhalation.
Reduction of ischemia-reperfusion injury by pentoxifylline in the isolated rat lung. Paris-Sud University Lung Transplantation Group.
Review and analysis of variation between spirometric values reported in 29 studies of healthy African adults.
Pulmonary ventilation and mechanics in morbidly obese Zucker rats.
Changes in residual volume during induced bronchoconstriction in healthy and asthmatic subjects.
Inhaled platelet-activating factor worsens gas exchange in mild asthma.
Capsaicin cough sensitivity decreases with successful treatment of chronic cough.
Nonbronchodilator effects of inhaled beta 2 agonists. Greater protection against adenosine monophosphate- than methacholine-induced bronchoconstriction in asthma.
Antigen-induced airway responses are inhibited by a potassium channel opener.
Therapy of steroid-induced bone loss in adult asthmatics with calcium, vitamin D, and a diphosphonate.
Medium term functional results of single-lung transplantation for endstage obstructive lung disease.
Donor and recipient predicted lung volume and lung size after heart-lung transplantation.
Acute pulmonary response of asthmatics to aerosols and gases generated by airbag deployment.
Respiratory symptoms, bronchial responsiveness, and atopy in Fijian and Indian children.
Pressure-volume relations of the respiratory system in healthy children.
Effects of prolonged, repeated exposure to ozone, sulfuric acid, and their combination in healthy and asthmatic volunteers.
Respiratory symptoms and dust exposure in Lancashire cotton and man-made fiber mill operatives.
Bronchoalveolar lavage findings in cystic fibrosis patients with stable, clinically mild lung disease suggest ongoing infection and inflammation.
The role of cytoskeletal proteins in neutrophil emigration during pneumonia in rabbits.
Fibrosing alveolitis in systemic sclerosis. Bronchoalveolar lavage findings in relation to computed tomographic appearance.
Acute effects of transdermal nicotine on sleep architecture, snoring, and sleep-disordered breathing in nonsmokers.
Flow limitation as a noninvasive assessment of residual upper-airway resistance during continuous positive airway pressure therapy of obstructive sleep apnea.
Effects of sleep deprivation and sleep fragmentation on upper airway collapsibility in normal subjects.
Predicting nasal continuous positive airway pressure.
Interaction of hyperventilation and arousal in the pathogenesis of idiopathic central sleep apnea.
Central sleep apnea is associated with increased ventilatory response to carbon dioxide and hypersecretion of growth hormone in patients with acromegaly.
Exchange of CO2 and bicarbonate between the circulation and cerebrospinal fluid in piglets.
Image comparison of real-time gray-scale ultrasound and color Doppler ultrasound for use in diagnosis of minimal pleural effusion.
Comparison of SPECT lung perfusion with transbronchial lung biopsy after lung transplantation.
Effect of fibrous glass on rat pleural mesothelium. Histopathologic observations.
p53 protein accumulation in lung carcinomas of patients exposed to asbestos and tobacco smoke.
Reduction in lung injury after combined surfactant and high-frequency ventilation.
Respiratory manifestations of rigid spine syndrome.
Bronchoalveolar lavage: results of sequential, selective techniques in viable murines.
Assessment of reversibility of airflow obstruction.
Effect of inhaled amiloride on water-induced bronchoconstriction in asthmatic children.
Fiberoptic bronchoscopy in brain-dead organ donors.
Treatment of refractory sleep apnea with supplemental carbon dioxide.
Invasive diagnostic testing is not needed routinely to manage suspected ventilator-associated pneumonia.
Invasive diagnostic testing should be routinely used to manage ventilated patients with suspected pneumonia.
Allocation of intensive care. The physician's role.
Human airway ion transport. Part two.
Circulating ICAM-1 in tuberculosis.
Manifestations of TB to CD4 cell counts.