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Chapter 1 Chairman's beginning feedback (page 1): A. C. Dornhorst
Chapter 2 approximately Hering and Breuer (pages 3–15): Elisabeth Ullmann
Chapter three The function of Vagal Inflation Reflexes in guy and different Animals (pages 17–40): A. Guz, M. I. M. Noble, H. Eisele and Diana Trenchard
Chapter four trend of respiring in the course of Hypercapnia sooner than and After Vagal Blockade in guy (pages 41–52): A. Guz and J. G. Widdicombe
Chapter five Neural keep an eye on of respiratory (pages 53–58): S. I. Frankstein
Chapter 6 The Mechanism of Excitation of style J Receptors, and the J Reflex (pages 59–76): A. S. Paintal
Chapter 7 Epithelial Irritant Receptors within the Lungs (pages 77–99): Janet E. turbines, Hilary Sellick and J. G. Widdicombe
Chapter eight Sensory Innervation of the airlines (pages 101–124): Marianne Fillenz and R. I. Woods
Chapter nine How respiration Rhythm Originates: proof from Discharge styles of Brainstem respiration Neurones (pages 125–157): M. I. Cohen
Chapter 10 Neurological Integration of Behavioural and Metabolic keep watch over OF respiring (pages 159–181): Fred Plum
Chapter eleven styles of Motor job in inhaling reaction to various Sensory Inputs (pages 183–206): A. A. Viljanen
Chapter 12 The experience of attempt (pages 207–217): P. A. Merton
Chapter thirteen The function of Afferent Impulses from the Lung and Chest Wall in breathing keep watch over and Sensation (pages 219–232): S. Godfrey and E.J.M. Campbell
Chapter 14 impact of Selective Peripheral Nerve Blocks on respiration Sensations (pages 233–251): M.I.M. Noble, H. Eiseled, Diana Trenchard and A. Guz
Chapter 15 a few mental and Physiological issues of Breathlessness (pages 253–286): R.C.B. Aitken, A. okay. Zealleayn and S. V. Rosenthal
Chapter sixteen respiration Sensation in Pulmonary sickness (pages 287–295): J.B.L. Howell
Chapter 17 respiring Frequency and Tidal quantity: courting to Breathlessness (pages 297–314): J. E. Cotes, G. R. Johnson and Ann Mcdonald
Chapter 18 Experimental result of Vagal Block in Cardiopulmonary disorder (pages 315–353): A. Guz, M.I.M. Noble, J. H. Eisele and Diana Trenchard
Chapter 19 Chairman's last comments (pages 355–356): A. C. Dornhorst
Chapter 20 the 2 unique Papers through Hering and Breuer Submitted via Hering to the K.K. Akademie Der Wissenschaften Zu Wien in 1868 (pages 357–394): Elisabeth Ullmann

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The respiratory frequency in the fourth minute of exercise at 300 kilopond metreslmin was studied. With a unilateral block of the ninth and tenth cranial nerves on the right, the frequency was 27/min compared to 44/min in the control; on a subsequent occasion, with a unilateral left ninth and tenth nerve block, the frequency was 15/min compared to 25/rnin in the control. The exercise was not done under hyperoxia but the arterial Po, did not fall below 80 mmHg. The effect of a chemoreceptor block is thus not excluded but the results are interesting enough to warrant further work under more controlled conditions.

G U Z ET AL. , NOBLE, M. I. , MUSHIN, W. , and-, A. R. (19660). , 30, 161-170. , NOBLE, M. I. , SMITH,A. , and ~ ~ A K J XA. , R. (19666). Resp. , I, 3 82-3 89. , NOBLE, M. I. , WIDDICOMBE, J. , and MUSHIN,W. W. R a p . , I, 38-40. , NOBLB, M. I. , WIDDICOMBE, J. , and MUSHIN,W. W. (1966d). Resp. , I, 206-210. , and WILSON, W. H. J. , 83,292-312. HEAD, H. (1889). J. , 10, 1-70,279-2gO. HXUNG,E. (1868). Sber. Akad. Wiss. Wien, 57, part 2,672677. HOLLING, H. , BRODEY, R. , and BOLAND, H. C. (1961).

They recorded from single fibres in an intact (unsectioned) vagus nerve. In the breaths before the deep breath the frequency of discharge increased in one group of fibres and decreased in another; this resulted in a bimodal distribution of discharge frequency which was abolished by the deep breath. These occasional deep breaths disappeared after vagal section. Reynolds and Flom deduced from these findings that there is an “inspiratory augmenting reflex” which occurs in response to changes in the stretch receptors during normal quiet breathing.

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