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Oxygen Transport to Tissue XVI

  • Michael C. Hogan
  • Odile Mathieu-Costello
  • David C. Poole
  • Peter D. Wagner

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 361)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Theoretical Models of O2 Transport

  3. Methods and Instrumentation

    1. Phosphorescence Quenching

      1. David F. Wilson, Sergei A. Vinogradov
        Pages 61-66
      2. Sergei A. Vinogradov, David F. Wilson
        Pages 67-73
      3. M. Sinaasappel, C. Ince, J. P. van der Sluijs, H. A. Bruining
        Pages 75-81
      4. Marek Pawlowski, David F. Wilson
        Pages 83-91
      5. W. L. Rumsey, M. Pawlowski, N. Lejavardi, D. F. Wilson
        Pages 93-97
      6. C. Ince, J. P. van der Sluijs, M. Sinaasappel, J. A. M. Avontuur, J. M. C. C. Coremans, H. A. Bruining
        Pages 105-110
    2. Magnetic Resonance Techniques

      1. Thomas Jue, Ulrike Kreutzer, Youngran Chung
        Pages 111-118
      2. Harold M. Swartz, Goran Bacic, Bruce Friedman, Fuminori Goda, Oleg Grinberg, P. Jack Hoopes et al.
        Pages 119-128
      3. L. J. E. Jäger, U. Nöth, A. Haase, J. Lutz
        Pages 129-134
    3. Near Infrared Spectroscopy

      1. K. A. Kang, D. F. Bruley, J. M. Londono, B. Chance
        Pages 135-142
      2. C. A. Piantadosi, F. G. Duhaylongsod
        Pages 157-161
    4. Other

      1. Shoko Nioka, Mitsuharu Miwa, Susan Orel, Mitchell Shnall, Munetaka Haida, Shiyin Zhao et al.
        Pages 171-179
      2. D. K. Harrison, R. Abi Raad, D. J. Newton, P. T. McCollum
        Pages 181-186
      3. Shabbir Bambot, Raja Holavanahali, Joseph R. Lakowicz, Gary M. Carter, Govind Rao
        Pages 197-205
      4. David A. Benaron, David C. Ho, Stanley Spilman, John P. Van Houten, David K. Stevenson
        Pages 207-214
      5. David A. Benaron, David C. Ho, Stanley Spilman, John P. Van Houten, David K. Stevenson
        Pages 215-223
      6. David A. Benaron
        Pages 223-223
      7. Roberto A. De Blasi, Marco Ferrari, Giorgio Conti, Annamaria Mega, Alessandro Gasparetto
        Pages 224-224
      8. E. P. Eijking, J. Bezstarosti, B. Westerkamp, G. van Dijk, A. E. E. Meursing, W. Erdmann
        Pages 227-227
      9. Ravi S. Gill, Richard F. Potter, William J. Sibbald, Christopher G. Ellis
        Pages 229-229
      10. Howard J. Halpern, Cheng Yu, Miroslav Peric, Eugene Barth, David Grdina, Beverly A. Teicher
        Pages 230-230
      11. G. Holtermann, A. Görlach, N. Opitz, M. Wartenberg, H. Acker
        Pages 231-231
      12. Frans F. Jöbsis-VanderVliet, Paul D. Jöbsis
        Pages 233-233
      13. E. G. Whitaker, J. R. Mault, J. S. Heinle, A. J. Lodge, F. F. Jöbsis-VanderVliet, R. M. Ungerleider
        Pages 236-236
  4. Systemic Oxygen Transport

About this book

Introduction

Since its inception in 1973, The International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue (ISOTT) has provided a unique forum to facilitate and encourage scientific interaction and debate. Welcoming scientists and clinicians from a broad spectrum of disciplines, each with their own particular skills and expertise, ISOTT unites them under the common theme of oxygen transport. The successful blend of scientific presentations and informal discussion which characterizes ISOTT is epitomized best by the many fundamental discoveries and technical advancements which it has spawned. The breadth and strengths of The Society's scientific base promotes the rapid progression of ideas from theoretical concepts to rigorous scientific testing and often, ultimately to the clinical arena. Each publication of the ISOTT proceedings has been recognized by Science Citation Index listing and the papers frequently establish scientific precedents and become considered as standard works in their respective fields. The 21st ISOTT Meeting was held in San Diego from August 14th through August 18th, 1993. The San Diego Meeting attracted about 150 registrants and 40 accompanying persons. Ten state-of-the-art lectures were presented by international experts in ~ transport and there were in addition two symposia -one dealing with assessment of tissue hypoxia and the other with functional heterogeneity in different organ systems. There were 100 free communications, consisting of posters accompanied by an abbreviated oral summary. All manuscripts were reviewed by the Editors for form and content, but as is customary for the ISOTT proceedings, rigorous scientific peer review was not undertaken.

Keywords

Filtration base infrared spectroscopy magnetic resonance metabolism spectroscopy tissue transport

Editors and affiliations

  • Michael C. Hogan
    • 1
  • Odile Mathieu-Costello
    • 1
  • David C. Poole
    • 1
  • Peter D. Wagner
    • 1
  1. 1.University of California, San DiegoLa JollaUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-1875-4
  • Copyright Information Plenum Press, New York 1994
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-5763-6
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-1875-4
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
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