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Allergic and Respiratory Disease in Sports Medicine by John M. Weiler

By John M. Weiler

This precise source provides allergic and airway stipulations obvious in leisure and aggressive athletes-covering themes from exercise-induced bronchial asthma to chilly air-induced rhinitis.

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Chapters 18–20 explore selected sporting activities that give rise to special concerns, including scuba diving, football, and winter activities, Scuba diving is particularly important because physicians are being asked with increasing frequency to evaluate whether it is safe for asthmatic patients to dive. These physicians need to know the risks of scuba diving, which are described in detail in Chapter 18. Chapters 21–24 focus on elite athletes. Chapter 21 describes the role of an athletic trainer in recognizing exercise-induced respiratory disease.

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Gas exchange can be monitored with varying levels of complexity, ranging from observation of the subject’s skin color (visible blueness would indicate severe hypoxemia), to use of oximetry or arterial blood gases, to the multiple inert gas elimination technique (MIGET). In the clinical laboratory, use of oximetry and blood gases is most common. MIGET is generally applied only in the research setting, when basic physiological mechanisms are being investigated. In addition, the diffusing capacity of lungs for carbon monoxide can be used either in the clinical setting or for investigating basic mechanisms.

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