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This quantity contains the court cases of the tenth Oxford convention held at Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, in September, 2006. It comprises the main up to date learn in cardio-respiratory keep an eye on and its content material spans the disciplines of respiration body structure, neurobiology, modeling, and biomedical engineering. the quantity can be of curiosity to clinicians operating with sufferers with respiring disorders.
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