Opening Remarks.- Sleep as a Physiological Phenomenon.- Heavy Snorers Disease.- Hypoxia During Sleep.- The Upper Airway Muscles: Their Role in Sleep-Related Respiratory Dysrhythmias.- Effectiveness and Side-Effects of Nasal Continuous Positive Pressure Therapy in 66 Patients with Sleep Apnea.- The Influence of Obesity on Disordered Breathing in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome /OSAS/.- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorders (COPD) and Sleep.- Polysomnographic Findings in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).- High and Fluctuating Muscle Nerve Sympathetic Activity in the Sleep Apnea Syndrome: A Pathogenetic Mechanism in the Development of Hypertension ?.- Cephalometry for Evaluation of Geometry of the Upper Airway.- The Clinical Relevance of Very Severe Pure Diaphragm Weakness.- Cardiac Involvement in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS) - Case Report.- Respiratory Patterning and Arterial Oxygenation During Sleep in Laryngectomised Patients.- Vagal Reactivity During Sleep: Study of the Oculocardiac and the Hering-Breuer Reflex in Preterms.- Resumption of Ventilation at the End Sleep Apneas is not Determined Fatigue of Obstructive by Diaphramatic.- The Effect of Chronic Pulmonary Denervation on the Pattern of Breathing During Sleep in Man.- Conchoplasty in the Treatment of the Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome.- The Effects of Alleno- and Tonsillectomy in Children withSleep Apnea Syndrome.- Surgery Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea - Present and Future.- Anesthesia and Central Nervous System.- Respiration and Anesthesia.- Control of Breathing by Neuropeptides.- Neurotransmission and Neuromodulation Involved in the Control of Respiration.- The Control of Breathing Movements in the Fetus.- Pathophysiology of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.- Depression of Excitatory Amino Acid Neurotransmitters in Brain During Carbon Dioxide Narcosis, Anesthesia and Hypoxia: Glutamic Acid and Aspartic Acid.- Respiratory Actions of Cholecystokinin and its Interaction with Opioids at the Brainstem Level.- Influence of the Neurohormones: Human Corticotropin Releasing Factor (hCRF), Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone (TRH), Adrenocorticotrophic Hormone (ACTH) on Ventilation in Humans.- Tube Breathing under General Anesthesia.- Effects of Enflurane on the Ventilatory Response to Increased Carbon Dioxide and Metabolic Rate in Dogs.- Effects of Changes in Inspiration Volume and Flow Rate on Respiratory Activity.- Excitatory Effects of Electrical and Chemical Stimulation of the Batzinger Complex on Expiratory Activity in the Cat.- Trigeminal Nerve, Breathing and Sleep Apnea.- Lateralized Response of the Hypoglossal, Facial and Phrenic Nerves to Lung Inflation.- Laryngeal Contribution to Respiratory Pattern in Anesthetized Rabbits.- Propriospinal Inspiratory Neurons in the Upper Cervical Spinal Cord of the Rabbit: Location and Efferent Spinal Projections.- Spectral Analysis of Breathing Pattern in Man During Exercise.- Disturbed Patency of the Upper Airway and Its Consequences.- The Vagus Nerve and the Control of Breathing During Postnatal Development.- Neural Mechanisms That Lead to Apnea.- Comparison of the Importance of Mechanisms Taking Part in Self-Regulation of Breathing.- Closing Remarks.- Participants.
Control of breathing during sleep and anesthesia
Karczewski W. A. (Witold A.)
Karczewski Witold A.
International Symposium on Control of Breathing during Sleep and Anesthesia (1987 : Warsaw Poland)