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The purpose of this monograph was to establish the "organization of the regulatory mechanism of respiration." As the latter is considered a sympathetic nerve function, the elucidation of the mechanism instrumental in the regulation of respiratory function is necessarily a contribution to the physiology of the vegetative nervous system. The author attempted to accomplish this modest task in eleven chapters in which the numerous problems pertaining to the various phases of physiology of respiration are dealt with. An extensive literature covering fourteen pages is appended and quoted. Unfortunately, the interesting subject is treated in a rather dry and not altogether clear and inspiring manner.
Die Regulierung der Atmung gleichzeitig ein Beitrag zur Physiologie des vegetativen Nervensystems. JAMA. 1931;96(22):1897. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720480055041
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