Pulmonary Physiology

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Medical - 278 pages
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Pulmonary Physiology identifies concepts rather than facts, to foster understanding rather than memorization. Each chapter clearly states the learning objectives then encourages self-instruction of the information presented. Students will know what they are expected to learn before reading a chapter. Study questions at the end of the book allow students to test their understanding of the key concepts presented.

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i am amazed at the depth of information this book has! helped me get over some really difficult topics in pulmo physio..

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The section about Helium dilution was wonderfully and simply explained!


Function Structure of the Respiratory System
Key Concepts
PressureVolume Relationships in the Respiratory System

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Professor of Physiology and Anesthesiology, Louisiana State University Medical Center; Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics and Physiology, Tulane University Medical Center, New Orleans, Louisiana

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