Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXII

ISBN: 978-1-4419-7755-7 (Print) 978-1-4419-7756-4 (Online)

Table of contents (50 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxx

  2. Near Infrared Spectroscopy

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      The Western Reserve, Edward Morley, and Oxygen

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      Analysis of the Changes in the Oxidation of Brain Tissue Cytochrome-c-Oxidase in Traumatic Brain Injury Patients during Hypercapnoea

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      Pages 15-20

      Effects of Assuming Constant Optical Scattering on Haemoglobin Concentration Measurements Using NIRS during a Valsalva Manoeuvre

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      Pages 21-25

      Speech Therapy Changes Blood Circulation and Oxygenation in the Brain and Muscle

  3. Oxygen Sensors and Measurement

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      Pages 29-36

      Evaluation of Lithium Naphthalocyanine (LiNc) Microcrystals for Biological EPR Oximetry

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      Pages 37-44

      Challenges to Intestinal pO2 Measurement Using EPR

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      Pages 45-51

      Quantification of Systemic Interference in Optical Topography Data during Frontal Lobe and Motor Cortex Activation: An Independent Component Analysis

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      Pages 53-59

      Measuring Oxygen in Living Tissue: Intravascular, Interstitial, and “Tissue” Oxygen Measurements

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      Pages 61-67

      Cerebral Oxygenation of the Cortex and Striatum Following Normobaric Hyperoxia and Mild Hypoxia in Rats by EPR Oximetry Using Multi-Probe Implantable Resonators

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      Pages 69-73

      31P-MRS Studies of Melanoma Xenografts with Different Metastatic Potential

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      Pages 75-82

      Modulation of Tumor Hypoxia by Topical Formulations with Vasodilators for Enhancing Therapy

  4. Blood and Blood Substitutes

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      Pages 83-83

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      Pages 85-90

      MP4, a Vasodilatory PEGylated Hemoglobin

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      Pages 91-97

      Zymogen Protein C to Prevent Clotting without Bleeding during Invasive Medical Procedures

  5. Tumor Biology

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      Pages 99-99

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      Pages 101-106

      Oxygenation Status of Urogenital Tumors

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      Pages 107-113

      Tumor pO2 as a Surrogate Marker to Identify Therapeutic Window during Metronomic Chemotherapy of 9L Gliomas

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      Pages 115-122

      Hypoxia-Induced Extracellular Acidosis Increases p-Glycoprotein Activity and Chemoresistance in Tumors in Vivo via p38 Signaling Pathway

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      Pages 123-128

      Evidence against a Major Role for TKTL-1 in Hypoxic and Normoxic Cancer Cells

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      Pages 129-135

      NMR Metabolic and Physiological Markers of Therapeutic Response

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      Pages 137-142

      Characterizing Breast Cancer Mouse Xenografts with T1ρ -MRI

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      Pages 143-148

      Effect of AEM Energy Applicator Configuration on Magnetic Nanoparticle Mediated Hyperthermia for Breast Cancer

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