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Lung Function

Cotes, John E. / Maynard, Bob / Pearce, Sarah / Nemery, Benoit / Wagner, Peter / Cooper, Brendan (Herausgeber)


7. Auflage April 2020
808 Seiten, Hardcover

ISBN: 978-1-118-59735-4
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The seventh edition of the authoritative and comprehensive book on lung function, now revised and updated, continues to cover lung function assessment from first principles including methodology, reference values and interpretation.


Section I: Introduction

1 How we came to have lungs and how our understanding of lung function has developed.

Section II: Foundations

2 Getting started.

3 Development and functional anatomy of the respiratory system.

4 Body size and anthropometric measurements.

5 Numerical interpretation of physiological variables.

6 Basic terminology and gas laws.

7 Basic equipment and measurement techniques.

8 Respiratory surveys: epidemiological methods.

9 The application of analytical technique applied to expired air as a means of monitoring airway and lung function

Section III: Physiology and measurement of lung function.

10 Anatomy and function of the thoracic cage and respiratory muscles.

11 Lung volumes.

12 Lung and chest wall elasticity.

13 Forced ventilation volumes and flows.

14 Theory and measurement of respiratory resistances.

15 The control of airway function and the assessment of airway calibre

16 Distribution, measurement and inter-relationship between ventilation and perfusion

17 Transfer of gases into the blood of alveolar capillaries.

18 Transfer factor for CO and NO.

19 Oxygen: uptake and transport in the blood

20 Carbon dioxide: gas exchange and acid base balance

21 Control of respiration.

22 Breathing sensation

23 Breathing function in newborn babies

Section IV: Normal variation in lung function

24 Normal lung function from childhood to old age.

25 Reference values for lung function in white (Caucasian) children and adults.

26 Reference values for lung function in non-Caucasians.

Section V: Exercise

27 Physiology of exercise and effects of lung disease on performance.

28 Exercise testing and interpretation, including reference values.

29 Assessment of exercise limitation, disability and residual ability.

30 Exercise in children

Section VI: Breathing during sleep

31 Breathing during sleep and its investigation.

Section VII: Potentially adverse environments

32 Hypobaria, high altitude, aviation physiology and medicine

33 Immersion in water, hyperbaria and hyperoxia including oxygen therapy.

34 Effects of cold and heat on the lung.

Section VIII: Lung function in clinical practice.

35 Strategies for assessment of lung function.

36 Patterns of abnormal lung function in lung disease

37 Lung function patterns in asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung fibrosis.

38 Lung function in specific respiratory and systemic diseases: a compendium.

39 Pulmonary rehabilitation.

40 Lung function in relation to surgery, anaesthesia and intensive care

John Cotes, PhD, (deceased), was a respiratory physiologist who played a key role in the conquest of Everest in 1953. He also played prominent roles in the European Respiratory Society, the Thoracic Society, and the Association of Respiratory Technicians and Physiologists, and was an honorary fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.

Robert L. Maynard, CBE, FRCP, FRCPath, is an Honorary Professor of Environmental Medicine at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

Sarah J. Pearce, FRCP, is Formerly Consultant Physician at County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, Darlington, UK.

Benoit B. Nemery, MD, PhD, is Professor of Toxicology & Occupational Medicine for the Faculty of Medicine at the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, KU Leuven, Belgium.

Peter D. Wagner, MD, is Distinguished Professor of Medicine & Bioengineering at the University of California, San Diego, CA, USA.

Brendan G. Cooper, PhD, FERS, FRSB, is Consultant Clinical Scientist in Respiratory and Sleep Physiology at University Hospital Birmingham and holds an Honorary Professorship in Respiratory & Sleep Physiology at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

J. E. Cotes, University of Newcastle Medical School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; B. Nemery, Catholic University of Leuven