Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXI

  • Andras Eke
  • David T. Delpy

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 471)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Oxygen Carriers

    1. Jackie Dunne, Dimitri A. Svistunenko, Abdu I. Alayash, Michael T. Wilson, Chris E. Cooper
      Pages 9-15
    2. Jun Sakanoue, Mamoru Tamura, Kunihiko Nakai, Ichiro Sakuma, Akira Kitabatake
      Pages 27-33
  3. Oxygen Transport in Organs

    1. Brain

      1. Willy N. J. M. Colier, Valentina Quaresima, Rüdiger Wenzel, Marco C. van der Sluijs, Berend Oeseburg, Marco Ferrari et al.
        Pages 35-41
      2. C. E. Elwell, R. Springett, E. Hillman, D. T. Delpy
        Pages 57-65
      3. Albert Gjedde, Peter Høst Poulsen, Leif Østergaard
        Pages 67-81
      4. C. Görlach, A.-L. Sirén, F. Knerlich, G. Feger, A. Fricke, L. Schilling et al.
        Pages 91-97
      5. Fahmeed Hyder, Robert G. Shulman, Douglas L. Rothman
        Pages 99-110
      6. D. M. Karkan, C. van Breemen, P. L. Skarsgard, G. J. Lagaud, D. F. Hardwick
        Pages 111-116
      7. A. Martinez-Coll, M. K. Morgan, P. G. Cooper, H. T. Nguyen, S. N. Hunyor
        Pages 125-131
      8. A. Mayevsky, S. Meilin, T. Manor, N. Zarchin, J. Sonn
        Pages 133-140
      9. S. Meilin, A. Mendelman, J. Sonn, T. Manor, N. Zarchin, A. Mayevsky
        Pages 141-146
      10. Stephanie J. Murphy, Thomas Liu, Michaela Windfuhr, Dekun Song, David F. Wilson, Anna Pastuszko
        Pages 147-154
      11. Stephanie J. Murphy, Dekun Song, Frank A. Welsh, David F. Wilson, Anna Pastuszko
        Pages 155-163
      12. Miguel A. Pérez-Pinzón, Thomas J. Sick, Myron Rosenthal
        Pages 175-180
      13. Satoshi Taie, Steven B. Leichtweis, Ke Jian Liu, Minoru Miyake, Oleg Grinberg, Eugene Demidenko et al.
        Pages 189-198
      14. M. J. T. Van de Ven, W. N. J. M. Colier, B. T. P. Kersten, B. Oeseburg, H. Folgering
        Pages 199-207
      15. K. van Rossem, S. Garcia-Martinez, G. De Mulder, B. Van Deuren, K. Engelborghs, J. Van Reempts et al.
        Pages 209-215
      16. K. Xu, Y. Zhou, W. D. Lust, J. C. LaManna
        Pages 217-222
      17. Nicholas Cicutti, Bindee Kuriya, Karel Rakusan
        Pages 231-238
      18. L. Fazekas, P. Soós, R. Fazekas, V. Kékesi, A. Juhász-Nagy
        Pages 239-245
      19. A. Juhász-Nagy, V. Kékesi, L. Fazekas, B. Merkely, M. Tóth
        Pages 247-256
      20. Roger J. Legtenberg, Ralph J. F. Houston, Paul Smits, Berend Oeseburg
        Pages 257-263
      21. Kei Takeshita, Yukio Suzuki, Kazumi Nishio, Takuya Aoki, Osamu Takeuchi, Kyoko Toda et al.
        Pages 265-270
    2. Heart and Lung

      1. Johannes H. G. M. van Beek, Harald G. J. van Mil, David J. C. Alders, A. B. Johan Groeneveld, Antonie A. van Lambalgen, Frans J. J. de Kanter et al.
        Pages 271-281
    3. Skeletal Muscle

      1. Caroline Angus, Debbie Welford, Martin Sellens, Steve Thompson, Chris E. Cooper
        Pages 283-288
      2. Thomas Jue, Tuan Khanh Tran, Paul Mole, Youngran Chung, Napapon Sailasuta, Ralph Hurd et al.
        Pages 289-294
      3. I. N. Mankovskaya, K. G. Lyabakh
        Pages 295-306
      4. M. C. P. Van Beekvelt, W. N. J. M. Colier, R. A. Wevers, B. G. M. Van Engelen
        Pages 313-319
    4. Abdominal Organs

      1. J. M. C. C. Coremans, M. van Aken, H. A. Bruining, G. J. Puppels
        Pages 335-343
      2. G. Gronow, M. Moussavian, M. Mályusz
        Pages 345-351
      3. D. J. Maguire, G. R. Cannell, R. S. Addison, B. Dawkins
        Pages 361-366
      4. Henrik Ortsäter, Per Liss, Per-Eric Lund, Karl E. O. Åkerman, Peter Bergsten
        Pages 367-372
  4. Systemic Oxygenation in Normal and Disease States

    1. Paul R. Forfia, Thomas H. Hintze, Michael S. Wolin, Gabor Kaley
      Pages 381-388
    2. Ivo Giovannini, Carlo Chiarla, Giuseppe Boldrini, Gennaro Nuzzo, Felice Giuliante, Gianfranco Lemmo et al.
      Pages 389-394
    3. Hitoshi Hori, Masaki Ishibashi, Saharuddin B. Mohamad, Hideko Nagasawa, Yoshihiro Uto, Hiroyuki Sakamaki et al.
      Pages 395-401

About this book


The International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue (lSOTT) held its 26th annual meeting from August 23-26, 1998, and met for the second time in Budapest. As captured in the design of the ISOTT'98 logo, the venue of the conference was the Budapest Hilton in the heart of the historic Castle District in Buda, across from Hungary's coronation church-the Matthias Church-and the fairy-tale-like Fisherman's Bastion; a special place with a historical touch situated atop the Castle Hill, from where participants enjoyed the spectacular panoramic views of Budapest exquisitely laid out on both sides of the Danube. In preparation for ISOTT'98, major emphasis was given to the application of informatics in collecting, presenting, and disseminating scientific and other information associated with the meeting. Electronic submission of the abstracts made it possible to publish the illustrated Abstracts on the ISOTT'98 Web Site well before the meeting. Following the meeting, an ISOTT'98 CD was published as a digital, searchable record of ISOTT'98. The scientific program was designed with the active participation of prospective attendees, in that priority and momentum was given to the topics selected by those visiting the Web Site. Poster and oral presentations were considered as equivalently effective formats, reflected by the fact that posters were on display throughout the meeting.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Andras Eke
    • 1
  • David T. Delpy
    • 2
  1. 1.Semmelweis University of MedicineBudapestHungary
  2. 2.University College LondonLondonEngland

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers, New York 1999
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-7137-3
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-4717-4
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
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