Nausea and Vomiting

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CRC Press, Oct 29, 1991 - Medical - 272 pages
This volume combines incisive state-of-the-art research regarding nausea and vomiting with articles summarizing current medical knowledge of clinical problems associated with these symptoms. Topics include the historical perspective on research on nausea and emesis, clinical assessments of current and proposed anti-emetic drug therapy, and motion sickness and space sickness. The book features over 30 tables and 6 figures to help simplify the information presented.

Nausea and Vomiting: Recent Research and Clinical Advances will interest all scientists who conduct research on how the brain and gastrointestinal system interact in the control of emesis. It will also contain valuable information for clinicians, researchers involved in anti-emetic drug development, and pharmaceutical companies.
 

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Contents

Stimulus Conditions for Producing Motion Sickness
16
Respiratory Muscle Control during Vomiting
22
Nonpharmacological Remedies for Motion Sickness
28
Humoral Factors in Nausea and Emesis
59
Chapter 5
77
Chapter 6
103
Chapter 7
143
Chapter 8
163
Chapter 9
177
Chapter 10
198
Index
239
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