By John M. Weiler

ISBN-10: 0585381917

ISBN-13: 9780585381916

ISBN-10: 0824798902

ISBN-13: 9780824798901

This certain source offers allergic and airway stipulations noticeable in leisure and aggressive athletes-covering themes from exercise-induced bronchial asthma to chilly air-induced rhinitis.

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Johnson and Kenneth C. Beck 1 2. Evaluating Exercise Capacity and Airway Function in the Athlete Kenneth C. Beck 35 3. The History of Exercise-Induced Asthma and Definition of the Syndrome Frank S. Virant 65 4. Prevalence of Exercise-Induced Asthma in the Athlete Hemalini Mehta and William W. Busse 81 5. Pathophysiology of Exercise-Induced Asthma: The Role of Respiratory Water Loss Sandra D. Anderson and Evangelia Daviskas 87 6. Pathophysiology: Role of Mediators in Exercise-Induced Asthma Himender K.

The relation of VE to metabolic demand has been summarized in the alveolar air equation. As noted, is dependent not only on metabolic demand () but also on the arterial CO2 (PaCO2) regulation and the ventilatory dead space to tidal volume ratio (VD/VT, see section on gas exchange). K represents a constant to correct for transformation of fractional concentration to the partial pressure and to express gas volumes at body temperature and pressure saturated with water vapor. The relationship of ventilation to metabolic demand and the increased ventilation coincident with changes in acid load in the arterial blood forms the basis for noninvasive estimates of the so-termed anaerobic threshold [114,117].

The Role of Exercise Training and Conditioning in Patients with Asthma William H. Baker and John M. Weiler 179 11. Exercise and Rhinitis William C. Howland III and David M. Lang 197 12. Sinusitis in Athletes Jeffrey R. Leipzig and Raymond G. Slavin 207 13. Upper Airway Disease Masquerading as Exercise-Induced Asthma Mark T. O’Hollaren 223 14. Exercise-Induced Urticaria and Angioedema Christodoulos S. Christodoulou, Ernest N. Charlesworth, and Joseph D. Diaz 235 15. Exercise-Induced Allergy Syndromes Lawrence M.

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