Applied Respiratory Pathophysiology

Download Applied Respiratory Pathophysiology written by Louis Philippe Boulet in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 9781138196445; 1138196517; 1315177056; 1351709194/9781138196445/ 9781138196513/ 9781315177052/ 9781351709194. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Louis Philippe Boulet

publisher

CRC Press

file-type

PDF

pages

306 pages

language

English

asin

1138196444

isbn10

9781138196445; 1138196517; 1315177056; 1351709194

isbn13

9781138196445/ 9781138196513/ 9781315177052/ 9781351709194


Book Description

This straightforward yet comprehensive reference information explains the primary respiratory conditions to postgraduate trainees and doctors and provides the mechanisms underlying respiratory diseases. It examines the aetiology of these problems, as well as the underlying notions that are necessary to appropriately assess and deal with these issues. The first book of its kind, Applied Respiratory Pathophysiology (PDF), is the first of its kind to bring together in a single textbook both in-depth explanations of pathophysiological processes and clinically-related explanations of respiratory physiological processes. It is essential reading for medical professionals who diagnose and treat certain scientific conditions affecting the lungs.

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Table of contents


Table of contents :
Content: Embryology, anatomy and histology of the lung / Christian Couture —
Physiology of the respiratory system / Pierre Leblanc —
Laboratory techniques to study the cellular and molecular processes of disorders / Catherine Laprise —
Acute respiratory insufficiency / Mathieu Simon —
Pathophysiology of asthma / Louis-Philippe Boulet —
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease / Julie Milot and Mathieu Morissette —
Pulmonary vascular diseases / Annie C. Lajoie, Vincent Mainguy, Sébastien Bonnet, and Steeve Provencher —
Respiratory infections / Noël Lampron —
Sleeping respiratory diseases / Frédéric Sériès and Wenyang Li —
Interstitial lung diseases / Geneviève Dion, Yvon Cormier, and Louis-Philippe Boulet —
Lung cancer / Christian Couture —
Occupational respiratory diseases / Louis-Philippe Boulet and Marc Desmeules —
Diseases of the pleura / Jean Deslauriers —
Cystic fibrosis / Lara Bilodeau —
Bronchiectasis / Louis-Philippe Boulet.

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