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Confrontation with Oxygen
S Principles of Hyperoxic Pathophysiology
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adult air-blood barrier alterations alveolar appears arterial associated ATA of oxygen atelectasis Balentine and Gutsche Bean blood flow Bonikos brain bronchial bronchopulmonary dysplasia capillary cardiac cellular changes Clark and Lambertsen clinical convulsions decreased demonstrated effects of hyperoxia effects of oxygen enzymes epithelial epithelium experimental animals exposure to oxygen fibrosis globus pallidus granular pneumocytes gray matter Haugaard Hughson human hyaline membranes hyperbaric oxygen exposure hyperoxia hyperoxic exposure hyperoxic induced hypoxia increased infants inhibition IRDS ischemia Kapanci Lambertsen lesions lipid lipofuscin lung mechanisms metabolism mice minutes mitochondria mmHg morphologic muscle myocardial necrosis necrotic nervous system normal normobaric hyperoxia observed occurring oxidation oxygen induced oxygen poisoning oxygen therapy oxygen toxicity partial pressures pathogenesis pathologic peroxide pneumocytes pressures of oxygen pulmonary edema pulmonary oxygen toxicity rats exposed renal respiratory retinal retinal detachment retrolental fibroplasia revealed seizures spinal cord studies swelling tion tissue oxygen ultrastructural vascular vitro vivo vulnerable