Control of ventilation - Wikipedia American Heart Association critical care hospital infections cardiac intensive care respiratory care neurointensive care dialysis therapy trauma intensive care transfusion medicine critical care nursing toxicology emergency radiology anesthesiology pain management pediatric critical care infectious diseases & microbiology infectious diseases microbiology antimicrobial therapy pediatric ID HIV medicine tropical medicine parasitology mycology infection control neuroinfections tuberculosis neurology & psychiatry neuroanatomy neurophysiology neuropathology neuroradiology EMG & EEG neurology emergencies neurocritical care neuro-ophthalmology neurosurgery neuro-oncology stroke epilepsy inflammations & infections headache What Do I Do Now ... The control of ventilation refers to the physiological mechanisms involved in the control of breathing, which is the movement of air into and out of the lungs.
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