André F. Cournand
Andre F Cournand André F. Cournand - Nobel Laureate

André F. Cournand was awarded the 1956 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discoveries concerning heart catheterization and circulatory changes.

Articles:

  1. Intrapulmonary exchange of the stable isotope 18O2 injected intravenously in man
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 September 1965 Vol. 20 no. 5, 809-815

  2. Oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve in liver disease
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 March 1965 Vol. 20 no. 2, 316-320

  3. In vivo studies with an intravascular and intracardiac reflection oximeter
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 May 1962 Vol. 17 no. 3, 552-558

  4. Fraction of maximum breathing capacity available for prolonged hyperventilation
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 November 1960 Vol. 15 no. 6, 1073-1074

  5. Lung volume, alveolar ventilation and perfusion interrelationships in chronic pulmonary emphysema
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 September 1960 Vol. 15 no. 5, 785-795

  6. Uneven ventilation of normal and diseased lungs studied by an open-circuit method
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 May 1959 Vol. 14 no. 3, 284-290

  7. Fate of radioactive krypton (Kr85) introduced intravenously in man
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 January 1959 Vol. 14 no. 1, 63-66

  8. Estimation of Volume of a Circulatory Model by the Hamilton and the Bradley Methods at Varying Flow Volume Ratios
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 May 1958 Vol. 12 no. 3, 445-447

  9. Validation of a Method for Measuring the Output of the Right Ventricle in Man by Inscription of Dye-Dilution Curves From the Pulmonary Artery
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 November 1957 Vol. 11 no. 3, 362-364

  10. Analysis of Factors Affecting Concentrations of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in Gas and Blood of Lungs: Results
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 January 1952 Vol. 4 no. 7, 497-525

  11. Analysis of Factors Affecting Partial Pressures of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in Gas and Blood of Lungs: Theory
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 August 1951 Vol. 4 no. 2, 77-101 

  12. Analysis of Factors Affecting Partial Pressures of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in Gas and Blood of Lungs: Methods
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 August 1951 Vol. 4 no. 2, 102-120

  13. ‘Ideal’ Alveolar Air and the Analysis of Ventilation-Perfusion Relationships in the Lungs
    Journal of Applied Physiology Published 1 June 1949 Vol. 1 no. 12, 825-847

  14. Comparison of the fick and dye injection methods of measuring the cardiac output in man
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1948 : 309-321

  15. Studies of the pulmonary circulation at rest and during exercise in normal individuals and in patients with chronic pulmonary disease
    American Journal of Physiology January 31, 1948 : 372-382

  16. Physiological studies of the effects of intermittent positive pressure breathing on cardiac output in man
    American Journal of Physiology December 31, 1947 : 162-174

  17. The influence of short periods of induced acute anoxia upon pulmonary artery pressures in man
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1947 : 315-320

  18. Recording of blood pressure from the left auricle and the pulmonary veins in human subjects with interauricular septal defect
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1947 : 267-271

  19. Pressure of blood in the right auricle, in animals and in man: under normal conditions and in right heart failure
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1942 : 115-123


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