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eBook Respiratory Physiology of Newborn Mammals: A Comparative Perspective ePub

by Jacopo P. Mortola MD

  • ISBN: 0801864976
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Jacopo P. Mortola MD
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (May 16, 2001)
  • Pages: 368
  • ePub book: 1421 kb
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The combination of developmental and comparative perspectives offers an original contribution to the field of developmental physiology Jacopo P. Mortola, . is a professor of physiology at McGill University. Библиографические данные.

The combination of developmental and comparative perspectives offers an original contribution to the field of developmental physiology. The book is divided into five chapters: "Gestation and Birth," Metabolic and Ventilatory Requirements," "Mechanical Behavior of the Respiratory Pump," "Reflex Control of the Breathing Pattern," and "Changes in Temperature and Respiratory Gases. Respiratory Physiology of Newborn Mammals: A Comparative Perspective Respiratory Physiology of Newborn Mammals.

Jacopo P. Mortola outlines the key aspects of developmental respiratory physiology in the perinatal period. Based on what is learned from interspecies comparisons, Mortola addresses the question of how pulmonary ventilation fulfills the metabolic requirements of the newborn infant. Exceptions to the rules illuminate adaptations to particular tasks or conditions. Each chapter concludes with interspecies comparisons and clinical implications for the medically or zoologically oriented reader.

This book is intended as a comprehensive collection of allometric data on the topic of neonatal respiratory physiology, making it a useful reference tool.

Respiratory Physiology of Newborn Mammals: A Comparative Perspective Author: Jacopo P. Mortola, MD Bibliographic Data: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. Back to Top Article Outline. This book is intended as a comprehensive collection of allometric data on the topic of neonatal respiratory physiology, making it a useful reference tool. It is also intended to provide the reader with an understanding of respiratory physiology, the differences among species, and changes with developmental age.

Mortola, Jacopo P Developmental biology Newborn infants Physiology, Comparative Respiratory organs SOCIAL SCIENCE Respiratory Physiology Mammals Respiratory System sähkökirjat. Johns Hopkins University Press 2001.

Mortola, Jacopo P. Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press. For additional information about this book.

PDF On Aug 23, 2013, Jacopo P Mortola and others published Respiratory Physiology of Newborn Mammals. Mortola, Jacopo P. Page numbers given in italics denote figures.

Respiratory Physiology of Newborn Mammals: A Comparative Perspective. Category: Математика, Математическая физика. During hypoxia, many newborn mammals, including the human infant, decrease metabolic rate, therefore adopting a strategy common to many living creatures of all classes, but usually not adopted b. More).

Mortola JP (2001) Respiratory physiology of newborn mammals. A comparative perspective. Mortola JP (2007) Correlations between the circadian patterns of body temperature, metabolism and breathing in rats. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, p 344Google Scholar. Respir Physiol Neurobiol 155:137–gle Scholar. Mortola JP, Lanthier C (2004) Scaling the amplitudes of the circadian pattern of resting oxygen consumption, body temperature and heart rate in mammals. Comp Biochem Physiol A 139:83–95CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Respiratory Physiology of Newborn Mammals: A Comparative Perspective emphasizes common trends among mammalian species in an effort to extract general rules about both the structure and the mechanisms of neonatal respiration. Jacopo P. Mortola outlines the key aspects of developmental respiratory physiology in the perinatal period. Based on what is learned from interspecies comparisons, Mortola addresses the question of how pulmonary ventilation fulfills the metabolic requirements of the newborn infant. Exceptions to the rules illuminate adaptations to particular tasks or conditions. Each chapter concludes with interspecies comparisons and clinical implications for the medically or zoologically oriented reader. The combination of developmental and comparative perspectives offers an original contribution to the field of developmental physiology.

The book is divided into five chapters: "Gestation and Birth," Metabolic and Ventilatory Requirements," "Mechanical Behavior of the Respiratory Pump," "Reflex Control of the Breathing Pattern," and "Changes in Temperature and Respiratory Gases." It will be of value to researchers, clinicians, and students interested in developmental physiology, comparative biology, and zoology, as well as neonatalogists and pediatric pulmonologists who are interested in alternative perspectives on current clinical practice.