Stretch receptor Pulmonary stretch receptors at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH). ... Pulmonary stretch receptors are mechanoreceptors found in the lungs. When the lung expands, the receptors initiate the Hering- ... Increased firing from the stretch receptors also increases production of pulmonary surfactant. Intercostal muscles and ... stretch receptors in the lungs send impulses to the respiratory center giving information about the state of the lungs. ...
Inhibitory mechanism of CO2 inhalation on slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors in the anesthetized rabbit.. S Matsumoto ... Inhibitory mechanism of CO2 inhalation on slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors in the anesthetized rabbit.. S Matsumoto ... Inhibitory mechanism of CO2 inhalation on slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors in the anesthetized rabbit.. S Matsumoto ... These results suggest that CO2-induced inhibition of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors is not related to the change ...
Effects of pulmonary air embolism on discharge of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors. / Lee, B. P.; Chen, Hui Fang; ... Effects of pulmonary air embolism on discharge of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors. Journal of Applied Physiology. ... title = "Effects of pulmonary air embolism on discharge of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors", ... T1 - Effects of pulmonary air embolism on discharge of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors ...
Pulmonary stretch receptors, mechanoreceptors found in the lungs. *Chordotonal organ, in insects ... Examples include stretch receptors in the arm and leg muscles and tendons, in the heart, in the colon wall, and in the lungs.[1 ... Stretch receptors are also found around the carotid artery, where they monitor blood pressure and stimulate the release of ... Stretch receptors are mechanoreceptors responsive to distention of various organs and muscles, and are neurologically linked to ...
Responses of pulmonary stretch receptors during ramp inflations of the lung.. Pack AI, Ogilvie MD, Davies RO, Galante RJ. ... Response of stretch receptors to static inflations and deflations in an isolated tracheal segment. ... Pulmonary mechanoreceptors in the dipnoi lungfish Protopterus and Lepidosiren.. DeLaney RG, Laurent P, Galante R, Pack AI, ...
Stimulus - pulmonary inflation (a "stretch reflex") *Receptor site - large and small airways (within smooth muscle) ... pulmonary vascular congestion causes hyperpnea. Receptors in pulmonary vessels (Type J receptors) ... Controversial whether the pulmonary stretch reflex is important in determining rate and depth of ventilation in adult man, ... stretch receptors in the heart and lungs, and many others. The location of the DRG within this tract suggests that the DRG may ...
pulmonary stretch receptor; PS: parastemal muscle; RA:. rectus abdominis; SD: standard deviation; TB: tracheo-. bronchial; TE: ... 4. Romaniuk JR, Kowalski KE, Dick TE: The role of pulmonary. stretch receptor activation during cough in dogs. Acta Neuro-. ... monary stretch receptors (PSR) However, Romaniuk et al. [4] suggested that phasic PSR afferent feedback does not. play an ... Hanacek J, Davies A, Widdicombe JG: Influence of lung stretch. receptors on the cough reflex in rabbits. Respiration 1984,. 45: ...
Trenchard D (1977) Role of pulmonary stretch receptors during breathing in rabbits, cats and dogs. Respir Physiol 29(2):231-246 ... Hanacek J, Davies A, Widdicombe JG (1984) Influence of lung stretch receptors on the cough reflex in rabbits. Respiration 45(3 ... SantAmbrogio G, SantAmbrogio FB, Davies A (1984) Airway receptors in cough. Bull Eur Physiopathol Respir 20(1):43-47PubMed ...
Pulmonary stretch receptors (PSRs) became more active with increasing lung volume V (membrane bias = 0.5V mV/%VC) and mediated ... PSR, pulmonary stretch receptors) The 13 traces below those from the afferents show, in order from top to bottom: 1: lung ... Yu, J., Wang, Y. F., and Zhang, J. W. (2003). Structure of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors in the lung periphery. J ... Lung volume is fed back to the network model to simulate pulmonary stretch receptors. The mechanical model components include ( ...
Pulmonary stretch receptors are found in the lungs and control respiratory rate. The senses of hearing, sight, touch, smell and ... Cutaneous receptors in the skin not only respond to touch, pressure and temperature, but also other emotions such as ...
The contribution of pulmonary stretch receptor (SR) activity to the changes in breathing pattern (f, VT, tI, tE, tI: tE) ... The effect of pulmonary stretch receptor activity on the respiratory response to ... ... Pulmonary function was examined in 19 young asthmatic patients at rest and during two levels of excercise. Findings at rest ... We systematically studied the effect on pulmonary CO2 elimination (VCO2) of varying f (2-30 Hz) and VT (1-7 ml/kg) as well as ...
1993) Pulmonary stretch receptor afferents activate excitatory amino acid receptors in the nucleus tractus solitarii in rats. J ... slowly adapting pulmonary receptor afferents (SARs) are likely being selectively activated.. The pathway by which ... 1976) Interaction of pulmonary afferents and pneumotaxic center in control of respiratory pattern in cats. J Neurophysiol 39:31 ... 1976) Powerful inhibition of pontine respiratory neurons by pulmonary afferent activity. Brain Res 104:341-634. ...
He hypothesized an involvement of lungs stretch receptors (i.e., Herin Breuers reflex) and of stretching pulmonary connective ... Inhibitory mechanism of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors after release from hyperinflation in anesthetized rabbits. ... which in turn is registered by stretch receptors causing increases in heart rate (Bainbridge Reflex, Bainbridge, 1915), and (2 ... as the fibroblasts activity fosters a slow adaptation of stretch receptors and hyperpolarization currents (Matsumoto et al., ...
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The pulmonary stretch receptors are sensitive to lung volumes, and inhalation increases afferent activity, which conducts in ... Pulmonary stretch receptors as well as cardiac mechanoreceptors and possibly baroreceptors contribute to regulating the heart ... The postganglionic axons are short and cholinergic; cholinergic receptors are also known as muscarinic receptors because of the ... Adrenergic receptors are (1) alpha, which cause peripheral vasoconstriction; (2) beta 1, which increase heart rate and ...
During apneic episodes, the sympathetic nervous system is activated by pulmonary stretch receptors normally quiescent during ... "Clinical predictors and outcomes associated with acute return of pulmonary vein conduction during pulmonary vein isolation for ... The pulmonary vein ostia are innervated by adrenergic and vagal nerves, which have been implicated in the development of AF and ... Although pulmonary vein isolation (PVI) has been established as an effective treatment for AF [56, 104-106], some patients ...
... pulmonary J-receptors, ventricular pressure receptors, stomach stretch receptors, and muscle pain receptors. They have set the ... Paintal discovered several sensory receptors including atrial B receptors, ... of Science is the development of a single-fiber technique for recording afferent impulses from individual sensory receptors. ...
2008) Release of ATP and glutamate in the nucleus tractus solitarii mediate pulmonary stretch receptor (Breuer-Hering) reflex ... 1997) The P2Y1 receptor is an ADP receptor antagonized by ATP and expressed in platelets and megakaryoblastic cells. FEBS Lett ... In addition to metabotropic P2Y receptors, astrocytes also express functional ionotropic P2X receptors (Pankratov et al., 2007 ... To block A1 receptors, a potent A1 adenosine receptor antagonist DPCPX was administered systemically (1 mg kg−1, i.v.). At this ...
Sulfur dioxide blocks nerve signals from the pulmonary stretch receptors (PSRs) and abolishes the Hering-Breuer inflation ...
... which may reflect modulation of pulmonary stretch receptor feedback to the brain. Specificity of relief is unclear because ... this is consistent with the notion that modulation of pulmonary stretch receptor feedback by inhaled furosemide leads to ... In advanced cancer, breathlessness is complex and usually multifactorial and its severity unrelated to measurable pulmonary ... Methods: 81 dyspnoea descriptors were administered to 123 patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), 129 with ...
... which may reflect modulation of pulmonary stretch receptor feedback to the brain. Specificity of relief is unclear because ... this is consistent with the notion that modulation of pulmonary stretch receptor feedback by inhaled furosemide leads to ... Muscarinic receptor subtype 2 and 3 immunoreactivity was observed in the urothelium, nerve fibers and detrusor layers. In ... Underwood J, Mukerji G, Yiangou Y, Grogono J, Agarwal S, Khullar V, Anand P, Muscarinic receptors subtypes M2 and M3 in human ...
The apneustic center is inhibited by pulmonary stretch receptors and also by the pneumotaxic center. It also discharges an ... Levitzky, Michael G. (2002). Pulmonary Physiology (6th ed.). McGraw-Hill Professional. pp. 193-4. ISBN 0-07-138765-X. Costanzo ...
Differential roles of p55 and p75 tumor necrosis factor receptors on stretch-induced pulmonary edema in mice. Am J Physiol Lung ... Receptor for advanced glycation end-products is a marker of type I cell injury in acute lung injury. Am J Respir Crit Care Med ... animals were sacrificed and exsanguinated to drain pulmonary vessels and minimise any potential impact of pulmonary vascular ... pulmonary oedema. Acute lung injury (ALI), or its more severe form acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), continues to ...
Schelegle ES, Green JF (2001) An overview of the anatomy and physiology of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors. ... 2000) Inhibitory mechanism of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors after release from hyperinflation in anesthetized ... We suggest this breathing technique induces inhibition through impulses generated by slowly adapting stretch receptors (SARS), ... 2002) Study of yoga asanas in assessment of pulmonary function in NIDDM patients. Indian J PhysiolPharmacol 46: 313-320. ...