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Cardiorespiratory and Motor Coordination

Author: Hans-Peter Koepchen; T Huopaniemi
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1991.
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The book represents a continuation of a series of books and meetings dealingwith the physiology and pathophysiology of control systems published during the last two decades. Preferentially, those control systems are treated which play a dominant role in the somato-vegetative adaptation to physical and psychical activation, i.e. the respiratory, the cardiovascular and the motor systems. In contrast to the majority  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hans-Peter Koepchen; T Huopaniemi
ISBN: 9783642755071 3642755070
OCLC Number: 851816081
Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 337 pages 161 illustrations)
Contents: Common and Differentiated Rhythmicities in Cardiorespiratory Efferents.- Mechanical and Neural Interactions Between Positive Pressure, Artificial Ventilation, and Cardiovascular Function in Anesthetized Dogs.- Interrelations Between Slow and Fast Rhythms in Sympathetic Discharge.- Common and Specific Sources of Regional Sympathetic Outflows in Cerebral Ischemia, Cushing Reaction, and Asphyxia.- Interrelationships Between the Respiratory and Sympathetic Rhythm Generating Systems in Neonates as Revealed by Alterations in Afferent Inputs.- Identification of Postganglionic Thoracic Sympathetic Neurons: Cardiac and Respiratory Discharge Patterns.- Species-Dependent Respiratory and Autonomic Nerve Activities: Respiratory-Sympathetic Synchronization and Autonomic Nerve Responses to Hypoxia and Hypercapnia in the Rat.- Discussion on Respiratory Related and Non-related Rhythms in Sympathetic Efferents.- Neurochemical Characterization of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Control Systems.- CO2-Induced Depolarization of Neurons in Nucleus Tractus Solitarii: A Potential Substrate for Central Chemoreceptors.- Organization of Respiratory Reflexes in the Caudal Region of the Nucleus of the Tractus Solitarius.- The Role of the Nucleus Raphe Magnus in the Control of Cold Shivering and Respiratory Evaporative Heat Loss.- Gene Expression for Neuropeptides in the Ganglia of the Vagus (Nodose) and Glossopharyngeal (Petrosal) Nerves.- Specificity and/or Non-Specificity in Brainstem Cardiorespiratory Networks.- The Rostral Ventrolateral Medulla: Anatomical Substrates of Cardiopulmonary Integration.- Descending Projections of Hypothalamic Sympathoexcitatory Neurons in the Cat.- Mechanism of the Modulatory Effect of Somatic Nerves Input on Abnormal Cardiovascular Function.- On the Existence of a Common Cardiorespiratory Network.- Cooperativity in Distributed Respiratory and Cardiovascular-Related Brainstem Neural Assemblies: Insights from Many-Neuron Recordings.- Polymorphic Nature of Central Networks Controlling Sympathetic Nerve Discharge.- Interrelation and Superposition of Respiratory and Cardiovascular Rhythms in EEG and Brainstem Reticular Unit Activity as Studied by Quantitative Spectral Analyses.- Functional Organization of the Common Brainstem System to Different States at Different Times.- Discussion on Coordinated Activity in Brainstem Reticular Networks.- Peripheral and Central Interrelations Between Cardiorespiratory and Motor Control.- Somato-Vegetative Interaction at the Peripheral Level: Possible Effects on Motor Performance.- Muscular Activity and Cardiovascular Regulation.- Brainstem Mechanisms Involved in Reflex Cardiovascular Responses to Muscular Contraction.- Simultaneous Suppression of Postural Tone and Respiration and its Functional Significance in the Respiratory-Motor Coordination.- Hypothalamic Modulation of Cardiovascular, Respiratory and Locomotor Activity During Exercise.- Approaches of Systems Theory to Cardiorespiratory and Motor Coordination.- The Approach of Synergetics to the Study of Coordination of Rhythms.- Behavioral and Neural Pattern Generation: The Concept of Neurobehavioral Dynamical Systems.- The Applicability of Chaos Theory to Rhythmic Breathing Patterns.- Discussion on the Theoretical and Neuronal Basis of Rhythm Coordination.- Analysis of Cardiorespiratory Variability and Rhythmicity in Humans: Physiological Basis and Clinical Application.- Human Respiratory-Cardiovascular Interactions in Health and Disease.- Respiratory Heart Rate Variability in Fetal and Neonatal Lambs.- Disturbed Brainstem Interaction and Forebrain Influences in Cardiorespiratory Coordination: Experimental and Clinical Results.- Low-Frequency Rhythms in the Respiratory and Cardiovascular Systems (With a Reference to Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome).- Thermal and Postural Influences on Cutaneous Microvascular Blood Cell Flux in Young Men.- Power Spectral Analysis of Heart Rate and Arterial Pressure Variabilities as an Experimental and Clinical Tool.- Heart Rate Control and Metabolic Parameters After Fatiguing Exercise.- Cardiorespiratory Relations in Human Heart Rate Pattern.- Concluding Lecture.- Thoughts Concerning the Essence of Life: Integrative Power and Governance of Function.
Responsibility: edited by Hans-Peter Koepchen, Timo Huopaniemi.


In a certain sense it represents a contin- uation of two former books on the Central Interaction Between Respiratory and Cardiovascular Control Systems 1 and on Neurovegetative Control Systems: Basic  Read more...


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