Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man

by Kenneth M. Moser

Publisher: Federal Aviation Agency, Office of Aviation Medicine in Washington, D.C

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Fever,
  • Heat -- Physiological effect,
  • Pyrogens,
  • Thermotherapy

Edition Notes

Statementby Kenneth M. Moser, Richard B. Perry, and Peter C. Luchsinger.
SeriesAM -- 64-8., AM (United States. Office of Aviation Medicine) -- 64-8.
ContributionsPerry, Richard B., Luchsinger, Peter C., United States. Office of Aviation Medicine., Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 626-634 :
Number of Pages634
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Open LibraryOL15555680M

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Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man * Kenneth M. Moser, Richard B. Perry, and Peter C. Luchsinger Department of Medicine, Pulmonary Division, Georgetown University Medical School, and the Cardiopulmonary Laboratory, District of 1.

J Clin Invest. May; Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man. MOSER KM, PERRY RB, LUCHSINGER ://   Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man Author: Moser KM, Perry RB, Luchsinger PC Keywords: body temperature, infection, pulmonary hemodynamics, respiratory gas exchange, arterial blood gas Created Date: 5/4/ AM Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man 1 v.

(OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth M Moser; Richard B Perry; Peter C Luchsinger; United States   CARDIOPULMONARY CONSEQUENCES OF PYROGEN-INDUCED HYPERPYREXIA IN MAN* By KENNETHM.

MOSER, RICHARD B. PERRY, AND PETERC. LUCHSINGER (From, the Department of Medicine, Pulmonary Division, Georgetown University Medical School, and the Cardiopulmonary Laboratory, District of Columbia General Hospital, Washington, D.

C.) cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man* By Kenneth M. Moser, Richard B. Perry and Peter C. Luchsinger Topics: Articles The physiologic consequences of hyperpyrexia attracted considerable interest when artificially-induced fever was a popular therapeutic maneuver ().

Although induced hyperpyrexia has lapsed from therapeutic favor, the effects of body temperature elevation in response to infection, en-vironmental factors, or pyrogenic drugs remain a source of Title and Subtitle: Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man. Report Date: (reprint) Authors: Moser KM, Perry RB, Luchsinger :// Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man.

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If the injury is massive or complicated by infection, the inflammatory response may become generalized and excessive, producing organ Moser KM, Perry RB, Luchsinger PC () Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogeninduced hyperpyrexia in man. J Clin Invest – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Request PDF | Fatal Malignant Hyperpyrexia in a Cervical Spine- Injured Patient | Malignant hyperpyrexia can be defined as an idiopathic extreme elevation in core body temperature beyond   New Eng J MedCavanaugh DC: Specific effect of temperature upon transmission of the plague bacillus by the Oriental rat flea, Xenopsylla cheopsis.

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Peak levels of PAP complexes and D-Dimer were ± nmol/L at 3 hours and ± ng/mL at 10 hours, Direct hemoperfusion (DHP) with an adsorbent column using polymyxin B-immobilized fiber (PMX-F) has been shown to improve the state of shock in patients with septic shock.

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Subsequently, in phase 2, all residents diagnosed new cases, half of which resembled cases from set 1 and half of which resembled cases from set ://?language=en. Hyperpyrexia is a fever when core body temperature exceeds °C (> °F); it can occur with severe infections, but more commonly occurs with central nervous system (CNS) hemorrhages or trauma.

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