Hudson, L. H.; Erdmann, R. R.
November 1966
Angiology;Nov1966, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p819
Academic Journal
Describes the pulmonary vascular changes in newborn mice following exposure to increased oxygen tensions under moderate hyperbaic conditions. Susceptibility of immature tissues to oxygen intoxication; Indication of an increase of tissue peroxide after exposure to high concentration; role of fetal oxygenation in pulmonary dynamics immediately before and after birth; Presentation of histologic changes in the lungs with increased hemorrhagic exudation as compared with those animals with longer survival time.


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