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Self-control of level of mechanical ventilation to minimize CO2 induced air hunger.
Stimulus-response characteristics of CO2-induced air hunger in normal subjects.
Time course of air hunger mirrors the biphasic ventilatory response to hypoxia.
'Air hunger' from increased PCO2 persists after complete neuromuscular block in humans.
The air hunger response of four elite breath-hold divers.
BOLD fMRI identifies limbic, paralimbic, and cerebellar activation during air hunger.
Acute partial paralysis alters perceptions of air hunger, work and effort at constant P(CO(2)) and V(E).
Dynamic response characteristics of CO2-induced air hunger.
The perception of respiratory work and effort can be independent of the perception of air hunger.
Air hunger induced by acute increase in PCO2 adapts to chronic elevation of PCO2 in ventilated humans.
Mechanical chest-wall vibration does not relieve air hunger.
Hypoxic and hypercapnic drives to breathe generate equivalent levels of air hunger in humans.
The affective dimension of laboratory dyspnea: air hunger is more unpleasant than work/effort.
Effect of inhaled furosemide on air hunger induced in healthy humans.
Self-control and external control of mechanical ventilation give equal air hunger relief.
Reduced tidal volume increases 'air hunger' at fixed PCO2 in ventilated quadriplegics.
'Air hunger' arising from increased PCO2 in mechanically ventilated quadriplegics.
The time-course of cortico-limbic neural responses to air hunger.
Cerebral Mechanisms Underlying Dyspnea
Air Hunger and Psychological Trauma in Ventilated Patients with COVID-19. An Urgent Problem.