John B. West Publications

BOOKS

1965

1. West, J.B. Ventilation/Bloodflow and Gas Exchange. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications; Philadelphia: Lippincott. 1st edition, 1965; 2nd edition, 1970; 3rd edition, 1977; Spanish translation, 1980; Italian translation, 1980; 4th edition, 1985; 5th edition, 1990.

1967

2. West, J.B. The Use of Radioactive Materials in the Study of Lung Function. Amersham: Radiochemical Centre, 1967.

1974

3. West, J.B. Respiratory Physiology - The Essentials. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1974. French translation, 1975, 1986; Spanish translation, 1976; Iranian translation, 1976; Portuguese translation, 1977; Italian translation, 1978; Chinese translation, 1979; 2nd English edition, 1980; Japanese translation, 1981; Dutch translation, 1981; Turkish translation, 1982; Bahasa Malaysia translation, 1984; 3rd English edition, 1985; Russian translation, 1988; 4th English edition, 1990; Indonesian translation, 1990; French translation, 1995; 5th English edition, 1995; Greek translation, 1995; Spanish translation, 1996; Japanese translation, 1997; 6th English edition, 2000; Spanish translation, 2002; 7th English edition, 2004; 8th English edition, 2008; 2nd Portuguese translation, 2008.

1975

4. West, J.B. (ed.) Translations in Respiratory Physiology. Stroudsburg: Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, 1975.

1977

5. West, J.B. (ed.) Regional Differences in the Lung. New York: Academic Press, 1977.

6. West, J.B. (ed.) Bioengineering Aspects of the Lung. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1977.

7. West, J.B. Pulmonary Pathophysiology - The Essentials. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1977. Portuguese translation, 1978; Spanish translation, 1979, 1994; Dutch translation, 1981; Japanese translation, 1981, 1983; Italian translation, 1981; Chinese translation, 1982; 2nd English edition, 1982; French translation, 1995; 3rd English edition, 1987; French translation, 1989; 4th English edition, 1991; 5th English edition, 1998; Spanish translation, 2000; 6th English edition, 2003; 7th English edition, 2008; 2nd Portuguese translation, 2008.

1980

8. West, J.B. (ed.) Pulmonary Gas Exchange. I. Ventilation, Bloodflow and Diffusion. II. Organism and Environment. New York: Academic Press, 1980.

1981

9. West, J.B. (ed.) High Altitude Physiology. Benchmark Papers in Human Physiology Series, Volume 15. Stroudsburg: Hutchinson Ross Publishing Company, 1981.

1985

10. West, J.B. and S. Lahiri (eds.) High Altitude and Man. Washington, DC: American Physiological Society, 1984.

11. West, J.B. (ed.) Best & Taylor's Physiological Basis of Medical Practice, 11th edition. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins, 1985. Spanish translation, 1986; Portuguese translation, 1989. 12th edition, 1991.

12. West, J.B. Everest - The Testing Place. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1985.

13. West, J.B. (ed.) Study Guide and Self-Examination Review for Best & Taylor's Physiological Basis of Medical Practice, 11th edition. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins, 1985.

1989

14. Ward, M.P., J.S. Milledge and J.B. West. High Altitude Medicine and Physiology. London: Chapman and Hall, 1989; 2nd edition, 1995; 3rd edition, London: Arnold, 2000. 

1991

15. Crystal R.G., J.B. West (chief eds.), P.J. Barnes, N.J. Cherniack, E.R. Weibel (assoc. eds.) The Lung: Scientific Foundations, (2 vols). New York: Raven Press, 1991.

1992

16. Crystal, R.G. and J.B. West (eds.) Lung Injury. New York: Raven Press, 1992.

1996

17. West, J.B. (ed.) Respiratory Physiology: People and Ideas. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

1997

18. Crystal R.G., J.B. West, E.R. Weibel, P.J. Barnes (eds.) The Lung: Scientific Foundations, 2nd edition (2 vols). New York: Raven Press, 1997.

1998

19. West, J.B. High Life: A History of High-Altitude Physiology and Medicine. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.

2001

20. West, J.B. Pulmonary Physiology and Pathophysiology: An Integrated, Case-Based Approach. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001; Japanese translation, 2002; Greek translation, 2002.

21. Prisk, G.K., M. Paiva, and J.B. West (eds.) Gravity and the Lung: Lessons from Microgravity. New York: Dekker, 2001.

2007

22. West, J.B., R.B. Schoene, and J.S. Milledge. High Altitude Medicine and Physiology, 4th edition. London: Hodder, 2007.

2011

23. Yuan, J.X.-J., J.G.N. Garcia, C.S. Hales, S. Rich, S.L. Archer, J.B. West (eds.) Textbook of Pulmonary Vascular Disease. New York: Springer, 2011.

2012

24.  West, J.B., R.B. Schoene, A.M. Luks, and J.S. Milledge. High Altitude Medicine and Physiology. 5th edition. London: CRC Press, 2012.

2015  

25.  West, J.B. Essays on the History of Respiratory Physiology. Washington, D.C.: American Physiological Society/Springer, 2015.

 

ARTICLES

1957

1. West, J.B., K.T. Fowler, P. Hugh-Jones and T.V. O'Donnell. Measurement of the ventilation-perfusion ratio inequality in the lung by the analysis of a single expirate. Clin. Sci. 16: 529-547, 1957.

2. West, J.B., K.T. Fowler, P. Hugh-Jones and T.V. O'Donnell. The measurement of the inequality of ventilation and perfusion in the lung by the analysis of single expirates. Clin. Sci. 16: 549-565, 1957.

1958

3. West, J.B. Studies in lung function by alveolar gas analysis. M.D. Thesis, University of Adelaide, Australia, 1958.

4. Dyson, N.A., P. Hugh-Jones, G.R. Newbery and J.B. West. The preparation and use of oxygen-15 with particular reference to its value in the study of pulmonary malfunction. Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, 1958.

1959

5. West, J.B. and P. Hugh-Jones. Experimental verification of the single breath tests of ventilatory and ventilation-perfusion ratio inequality. Clin. Sci. 18: 553-559, 1959.

6. West, J.B. and P. Hugh-Jones. Effect of bronchial and arterial constriction on alveolar gas concentrations in a lobe of the dog's lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 14: 743-752, 1959.

7. West, J.B. and P. Hugh-Jones. Patterns of gas flow in the upper bronchial tree. J. Appl. Physiol. 14: 753-759,1959.

8. West, J.B. and P. Hugh-Jones. Rate of fall of O2 tension in a lobe of dog lung after bronchial occlusion. J. Appl. Physiol. 14: 897-900, 1959.

1960

9. West, J.B. Respiratory function in different regions of the lung. Ph.D. Thesis, London University, England, 1960.

10. Dollery, C.T. and J.B. West. Regional uptake of radioactive oxygen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide in the lungs of patients with mitral stenosis. Circ. Res. 8: 765-771, 1960.

11. Dollery, C.T. and J.B. West. Metabolism of oxygen-15. Nature 187: 1121, 1960.

12. Dyson, N.A., J.D. Sinclair and J.B. West. A comparison of the uptakes of oxygen-15 and oxygen-16 in the lung. J. Physiol. 152: 325-336, 1960.

13. Dyson, N.A., P. Hugh-Jones, G.R. Newbery, J.D. Sinclair and J.B. West. Studies of regional lung function using radioactive oxygen. Brit. Med. J. 1: 231-238, 1960.

14. Hugh-Jones, P. and J.B. West. Detection of bronchial and arterial obstruction by continuous gas analysis from individual lobes and segments of the lung. Thorax 15: 154-164, 1960.

15. West, J.B. and C.T. Dollery. Distribution of blood flow and ventilation-perfusion ratio in the lung, measured with radioactive CO2J. Appl. Physiol. 15: 405-410, 1960.

16. West, J.B. Measurement of bronchial air flow. J. Appl. Physiol. 15: 976-978, 1960.

17. West, J.B. A bronchial flow meter. Lancet 2: 908, 1960.

1961

18. West, J.B. Observations on gas flow in the human bronchial tree. In: Inhaled Particles and Vapours, edited by C.N. Davies. London: Pergamon Press, 1961, pp. 3-7.

19. Dollery, C.T., J.B. West, D.E.L. Wilcken, J.F. Goodwin and P. Hugh-Jones. Regional pulmonary blood flow in patients with circulatory shunts. Brit. Heart J. 23: 225-235, 1961.

20. Dollery, C.T., J.B. West, D.E.L. Wilcken and P. Hugh-Jones. A comparison of the pulmonary blood flow between left and right lungs in normal subjects and patients with congenital heart disease. Circulation 24: 617-625, 1961.

21. West J.B. and P. Hugh-Jones. Pulsatile gas flow in bronchi caused by the heart beat. J. Appl. Physiol. 16: 697-702, 1961.

22. West, J.B., C.T. Dollery and P. Hugh-Jones. The use of radioactive carbon dioxide to measure regional blood flow in the lungs of patients with pulmonary disease. J. Clin. Invest. 40: 1-12, 1961.

23. West, J.B. and C.T. Dollery. Absorption of inhaled radioactive water vapour. Nature 189: 588, 1961.

24. Dollery, C.T., J.B. West, J.F. Goodwin, P. Hugh-Jones and D.E.L. Wilcken. Regional pulmonary blood flow in mitral and congenital heart disease. In: Disorders of the Pulmonary Circulation, Ciba Foundation Study Group No. 8. London: Churchill, 1961.

1962

25. Gill, M.B., J.S. Milledge, L.G.C.E. Pugh and J.B. West. Alveolar gas composition at 21,000 to 25,700 feet (6400-7830 m). J. Physiol. 163: 373-377, 1962.

26. Hugh-Jones, P., M.W. McGrath and J.B. West. Bronchial gas flow. In: Ciba Foundation Symposium on Pulmonary Structure and Function, edited by A.V.S. deReuck and M. O'Connor. London: J. & A. Churchill Ltd., 1962, pp. 77-94.

27. West, J.B., C.T. Dollery and P. Hugh-Jones. Pulmonary gas exchange measurements using radioactive gases. In: Ciba Foundation Symposium on Pulmonary Structure and Function, edited by A.V.S. de Reuck and M. O'Connor. London: J. & A. Churchill Ltd., 1962, pp. 159-170.

28. West, J.B. and C.T. Dollery. Uptake of oxygen-15-labeled CO2 compared with carbon-11-labeled CO2 in the lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 17: 9-13, 1962.

29. West, J.B., R.A.B. Holland, C.T. Dollery and C.M.E. Matthews. Interpretation of radioactive gas clearance rates in the lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 17: 14-20, 1962.

30. West, J.B. Diffusing capacity of the lung for carbon monoxide at high altitude. J. Appl. Physiol. 17: 421-426, 1962.

31. West, J.B., S. Lahiri, M.B. Gill, J.S. Milledge, L.G.C.E. Pugh, and M.P. Ward. Arterial oxygen saturation during exercise at high altitude. J. Appl. Physiol. 17: 617-621, 1962.

32. West, J.B. Regional differences in gas exchange in the lung of erect man. J. Appl. Physiol. 17: 893-898, 1962.

33. West, J.B. The effect of uneven blood flow in the lung on regional gas exchange. Med. Thorac. 19: 392-398, 1962.

1963

34. Dollery, C.T., J.F. Fowler, P. Hugh-Jones, C.M.E. Matthews and J.B. West. The preparation and use of radioactive oxygen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide for investigation of regional lung function, and their comparison with xenon-133. Radioaktive Isotope in Klinik und Forschung 53: 88-103, 1963.

35. West, J.B. Distributions of gas and blood in the normal lungs. Brit. Med. Bull. 19: 53-58, 1963.

36. West, J.B. Blood-flow, ventilation, and gas exchange in the lung. Lancet 2: 1055-1058, 1963.

37. West, J.B. and H. Rahn. Actual and ideal O2 and CO2 tensions in pulmonary vein of dog. In: Studies in Pulmonary Physiology-Mechanics, Chemistry, and Circulation of the Lung, Technical Document Report No. AMRL-TDR-63-103(I). Ohio: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Oct. 1963, pp. 130-139.

38. West, J.B. Pulmonary function studies with 015, C11, and N13. In: Dynamic Clinical Studies with Radioisotopes: Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, October 21-25, 1963, edited by R.M. Kniseley, W.N. Tauxe and E.B. Anderson. Washington, DC: U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information, 1964, pp. 213-236.

1964

39. Pugh, L.G.C.E., M.B. Gill, S. Lahiri, J.S. Milledge, M.P. Ward, and J.B. West. Muscular exercise at great altitudes. J. Appl. Physiol. 19: 431-440, 1964.

40. West, J.B., C.T. Dollery and A. Naimark. Distribution of blood flow in isolated lung; relation to vascular and alveolar pressures. J. Appl. Physiol. 19: 713-724, 1964.

41. West, J.B., C.T. Dollery and B.E. Heard. Increased vascular resistance in the lower zone of the lung caused by perivascular oedema. Lancet 2: 181-183, 1964.

42. West, J.B. Oxygen transfer by the lungs at high altitude. In: The Physiological Effects of High Altitude, edited by W.H. Weihe. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1964, pp. 211-215.

1965

43. West, J.B. Topographical distribution of blood flow in the lung. In: Handbook of Physiology, Section 3: Respiration, edited by W.O. Fenn and H. Rahn. Washington, DC: American Physiological Society, 1965, pp. 1437-1451.

44. West, J.B. Perivascular edema, a factor in pulmonary vascular resistance. Am. Heart J. 70: 570-572, 1965.[PubMed]

45. West, J.B. Diffusion and impaired gas exchange. Brit. J. Dis. Chest 59: 185-193, 1965.[PubMed]

46. West, J.B., C.T. Dollery and B.E. Heard. Increased pulmonary vascular resistance in the dependent zone of the isolated dog lung caused by perivascular edema. Circ. Res. 17: 191-206, 1965.

47. West, J.B. and C.T. Dollery. Distribution of blood flow and the pressure-flow relations of the whole lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 20: 175-183, 1965.

48. West, J.B. and N.L. Jones Effects of changes in topographical distribution of lung blood flow on gas exchange. J. Appl. Physiol. 20: 825-835, 1965.[PubMed]

49. West, J.B., C.T. Dollery, C.M.E. Matthews and P. Zardini. Distribution of blood flow and ventilation in saline-filled lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 20: 1107-1117, 1965.

50. West, J.B. Radioactive gas techniques in the measurement of regional lung function. Picker Scintillator 9: 1-8, 1965.

1966

51. West, J.B. Regional differences in blood flow and ventilation in the lung. In: Advances in Respiratory Physiology, edited by C.G. Caro. London: Edward Arnold Publ. Ltd., 1966, pp. 198-254.

52. Fowler, K.T., J.B. West and M.C.F. Pain. Pressure-flow characteristics of horizontal lung preparations of minimal height. Resp. Physiol. 1: 88-98, 1966.[PubMed]

53. Glazier, J.B., J.M.B. Hughes, J.E. Maloney, M.C.F. Pain and J.B. West. Decreasing alveolar size from apex to base in the upright lung. Lancet 2: 203-204, 1966.[PubMed]

54. Pain, M.C.F. and J.B. West. Effect of the volume history of the isolated lung on distribution of blood flow. J. Appl. Physiol. 21: 1545-1550, 1966.[PubMed]

55. West, J.B. Influence of hydrostatic pressure on the pulmonary circulationJap.Heart J. 7: 350-368, 1966.[PubMed]

56. West, J.B. Distribution du debit sanguin dans le poumon. Le Poumon et le Coeur 22: 705-724, 1966.[PubMed]

57. West, J.B. Distribuzione del flusso sanguigno e della ventilione pulmonare. Minerva Pneumologia 5: 5-8, 1966.

58. West, J.B. Oxygen transfer by the lung. In: Oxygen Measurements in Blood and Tissues and their Significance, edited by J.B. Payne and D.W. Hill. London: J. & A. Churchill, Ltd., 1966, pp. 13-26.[PubMed]

59. West, J.B. Distribution of blood and gas in lungs. Phys. Med. Biol. 11: 357-370, 1966.[PubMed]

60. West, J.B. The use of radioactive materials in the study of lung function. In: Medical Monographs, Amersham, England: The Radiochemical Centre, 1966.

61. West, J.B. Distribution of pulmonary bloodflow and ventilation measured with radioactive gases. Scand. J. Resp. Dis. Suppl. 62: 9-13, 1966.[PubMed]

62. West, J.B. Exercise limitations at increased altitudes. Schweiz. Z. Sportmed. 14: 149-154, 1966.[PubMed]

63. West, J.B. Distribution of pulmonary bloodflow. In: The Scientific Basis of Medicine Annual Reviews, edited by British Postgraduate Medical Federation. London: Athlone Press, 1966, pp. 279-299.[PubMed]

64. Zardini, P. and J.B. West. Topographical distribution of ventilation in isolated lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 21: 794-802, 1966.[PubMed]

1967

65. West, J.B. Physiological consequences of the apposition of blood and gas in the lung. In: Ciba Foundation Symposium: Development of the Lung, edited by A.V.S. de Reuck and R. Porter. London: J. & A. Churchill, Ltd., 1967, pp. 176-195.

66. Glazier, J.B., J.M.B. Hughes, J.E. Maloney and J.B. West. Vertical gradient of alveolar size in lungs of dogs frozen intact. J. Appl. Physiol. 23: 694-705, 1967.[PubMed]

67. Hughes, J.M.B., J.B. Glazier, J.E. Maloney and J.B. West. Effect of interstitial pressure on pulmonary blood-flow. Lancet 1: 192-193, 1967.[PubMed]

68. Pain, M.C.F., A.H. deBono, J.B. Glazier, J.E. Maloney and J.B. West. Measurement of function of the transplanted lung in the dog with the use of xenon-133. J. Thor. Cardiovasc. Surg. 53: 707-715, 1967.[PubMed]

69. Pain, M.C.F., J.B. Glazier, H. Simon and J.B. West. Regional and overall inequality of ventilation and blood flow in patients with chronic airflow obstruction. Thorax 22: 453-461, 1967.[PubMed]

70. West, J.B. Les problemes de physiopathologie pulmonaire en rapport avec la ventilation artificielle.Ann. Anesth. Franc. 8: 1107-1118, 1967.

71. West, J.B. Pulmonary function studies with radioactive gases. Ann. Rev. Med. 18: 459-470, 1967.[PubMed]

72. West, J.B. Respiratory mass spectrometry: past achievements and future prospects. Bull. Physio-Pathol. Resp. 3: 381-388, 1967.

73. West, J.B. Gas diffusion in the lung at altitude. In: Exercise at Altitude, edited by R. Margaria. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica Foundation, 1967, pp. 75-83.

74. West, J.B. Recent observations on the distribution of pulmonary blood flow. J. Nucl. Biol. Med. 11: 54-62, 1967.

75. West, J.B. Exercise limitations at increased altitudes. Med. Thorac. 24: 333-337, 1967.[PubMed]

1968

76. West, J.B. Studies of pulmonary and cardiac function using short-lived isotopes oxygen-15, nitrogen-13, and carbon-11. In: Progress in Atomic Medicine, edited by J.H. Lawrence. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1968, pp. 39-64.[PubMed]

77. Glazier, J.B., J.M.B. Hughes, J.E. Maloney and J.B. West. Effect of acceleration on alveolar size in the lungs of dogs. Aerospace Med. 39: 282-288, 1968.

78. Hughes, J.M.B., J.B. Glazier, J.E. Maloney and J.B. West. Effect of extra-alveolar vessels on distribution of blood flow in the dog lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 25: 701-712, 1968.[PubMed]

79. Hughes, J.M.B., J.B. Glazier, J.E. Maloney and J.B. West. Effect of lung volume on the distribution of pulmonary blood flow in man. Resp. Physiol. 4: 58-72, 1968.[PubMed]

80. Maloney, J.E., D.H. Bergel, J.B. Glazier, J.M.B. Hughes and J.B. West. Effect of pulsatile pulmonary artery pressure on distribution of blood flow in isolated lung. Resp. Physiol. 4: 154-167, 1968.[PubMed]

81. Maloney, J.E., D.H. Bergel, J.B. Glazier, J.M.B. Hughes, and J.B. West. Transmission of pulsatile blood pressure and flow through the isolated lung. Circ. Res. 23: 11-24, 1968.[PubMed]

82. West, J.B. Recent work on the distribution of pulmonary bloodflow and topographical differences in alveolar size. In: Form and Function in the Human Lung, edited by G. Cumming and L.B. Hunt. London: Livingstone, 1968, pp. 111-124.

83. West, J.B. Aspects of the pulmonary microcirculation. In: Microcirculation as Related to Shock, edited by D. Shepro and G. Fulton. New York: Academic Press, 1968, pp. 23-29.

84. West, J.B. Regional differences in the lung. Postgrad. Med. J. 44: 120-122, 1968.[PubMed]

85. West, J.B. Distribution of pulmonary bloodflow in man. Proc. World Congress Cardiology, Mexico City, 1968.

86. West, J.B. Lung circulation studies using radioactive gases.In: Radionuklide in Kreislaufforschung und Kreislaufdiagnostik, edited by G. Hoffman and R. Hoffer.New York and Stuttgart: Schattauer Verlag, 1968, pp. 73-79.

87. Kingaby, G.P., J.B. Glazier, J.M.B. Hughes, J.E. Maloney and J.B. West. Automation of data collection and analysis in lung scanning with radioactive gases. Med. Biol. Eng. 6: 403-408, 1968.[PubMed]

88. West, J.B., J.B. Glazier, J.M. Hughes and J.E. Maloney. Effect of gravity on the morphology of pulmonary capillaries and alveoli. Aspen Emphysema Conf. 11: 135-137, 1968.[PubMed]

1969

89. Glazier, J.B., J.M.B. Hughes, J.E. Maloney and J.B. West. Measurements of capillary dimensions and blood volume in rapidly frozen lungs. J. Appl. Physiol. 26: 65-76, 1969.[PubMed]

90. Hughes, J.M.B., J.B. Glazier, D.Y. Rosenzweig and J.B. West. Factors determining the distribution of pulmonary blood flow in patients with raised pulmonary venous pressure. Clin. Sci. 37: 847-858, 1969.[PubMed]

91. West, J.B., J.B. Glazier, J.M.B. Hughes and J.E. Maloney. Pulmonary capillary flow, diffusion ventilation and gas exchange. In: Circulatory and Respiratory Mass Transport: A Ciba Foundation Symposium, edited by G.E.W. Wolstenholme and J. Knight. London: J. & A. Churchill, Ltd., 1969, pp. 256-276.

92. West, J.B. Effects of interstitial pressure. In: The Pulmonary Circulation and Interstitial Space, edited by A.P. Fishman and H.H. Hecht. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969, pp. 43-57.

93. West, J.B. Ventilation-perfusion inequality and overall gas exchange in computer models of the lung. Resp. Physiol. 7: 88-110, 1969.[PubMed]

94. West, J.B. Distribution of blood flow and ventilation measured with radioactive gases. In: Frontiers of Pulmonary Radiology, edited by M. Simon, J. Potchen and M. Le May. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1969, pp. 174-188.

95. West, J.B. Effect of slope and shape of dissociation curve on pulmonary gas exchange. Resp. Physiol. 8: 66-85, 1969.[PubMed]

1970

96. West, J.B. Topographic distribution of bloodflow and ventilation in the lung. Panminerva Medica 12: 284-293, 1970.

97. West, J.B. Disturbances of respiratory function. In: Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 6th edition, edited by Maxwell M. Wintrobe et al. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1970, pp. 1276-1285.

98. West, J.B. The ventilation-perfusion concept. In: Pulmonary Investigation with Radionuclides, edited by A.J. Gilson and W.M. Smoak. Springfield, IL: C.C. Thomas, 1970, pp. 27-44.

99. West, J.B. Ventilation-perfusion relationships. In: Scientific Foundation of Anesthesia, edited by C. Scurr and S. Feldman. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis, 1970, pp. 187-191.

100. West, J.B. Pulmonary blood flow with special reference to the influence of the space environment. AIAA Paper No.70-785, 1970.

1971

101. West, J.B. Pulmonary hemodynamics and edema. In: Central Hemodynamics and Gas Exchange, edited by C. Giuntini. Pisa, Italy: Minerva Medica, 1971, pp. 111-127.

102. West, J.B. Gas exchange when one lung region inspires from another. J. Appl. Physiol. 30: 479-487, 1971.[PubMed]

103. West, J.B. Causes of carbon dioxide retention in lung disease. New Eng. J. Med. 284: 1232-1236, 1971.[PubMed]

104. West, J.B. Distribution of mechanical stress in the lung, a possible factor in localisation of pulmonary disease. Lancet 1: 839-841, 1971.[PubMed]

105. West, J.B. Measurement of pulmonary blood flow and ventilation with radioactive gases. In: Nuclear Medicine, 2nd edition, edited by W.H. Blahd. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1971, pp. 313-322, 345-349.

106. Denison, D.M., D.A. Warrell and J.B. West. Airway structure and alveolar emptying in the lungs of sea lions and dogs. Resp. Physiol. 13: 253-260, 1971.[PubMed]

107. Wagner, P.D., R.W. Mazzone and J.B. West. Diffusing capacity and anatomic dead space for carbon monoxide (C18O). J. Appl. Physiol. 31: 847-852, 1971.[PubMed]

1972

108. West, J.B. and F.L. Matthews. Stresses, strains, and surface pressures in the lung caused by its weight. J. Appl. Physiol. 32: 332-345, 1972.[PubMed]

109. Warrell, D.A., J.W. Evans, R.O. Clarke, G.P. Kingaby and J.B. West. Pattern of filling in the pulmonary capillary bed. J. Appl. Physiol. 32: 346-356, 1972.[PubMed]

110. West, J.B., J.E. Maloney and B.L. Castle. Effect of stratified inequality of bloodflow on gas exchange in liquid-filled lungs. J. Appl. Physiol. 32: 357-361, 1972.[PubMed]

111. Wagner, P.D. and J.B. West. Effects of diffusion impairment on O2 and CO2 time courses in pulmonary capillaries. J. Appl. Physiol. 33: 62-71, 1972.[PubMed]

112. West, J.B. Respiration. Ann. Rev. Physiol. 34: 91-116, 1972.[PubMed]

113. Denison, D.M., P.D. Wagner, G.L. Kingaby and J.B. West. Cardiorespiratory responses to exercise in air and underwater. J. Appl. Physiol. 33: 426-430, 1972.[PubMed]

114. Matthews, F.L. and J.B. West. Finite element displacement and analysis of a lung. J. Biomech. 5: 591-600, 1972.[PubMed]

1973

115. West, J.B. Physiology of small pulmonary blood vessels. In: Small Vessel Angiography, edited by S.K. Hilal. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1973, pp. 292-300.

1974

116. Evans, J.W., P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Conditions for reduction of pulmonary gas transfer by ventilation-perfusion inequality. J. Appl. Physiol. 36: 533-537, 1974.[PubMed]

117. Wagner, P.D., H.A. Saltzman and J.B. West. Measurement of continuous distributions of ventilation-perfusion ratios: theory. J. Appl. Physiol. 36: 588-599, 1974.[PubMed]

118. West, J.B. Nature of pulmonary elasticity. Bull. Physio-Path. Resp. 10: 89-92, 1974.[PubMed]

119. West, J.B. Regional distribution of mechanical stresses in the lung. Scand. J. Resp. Dis. Suppl. 85: 7-16, 1974.[PubMed]

120. Colburn, W.E. Jr., J.W. Evans and J.B. West. Analysis of the effect of the solubility on gas exchange in nonhomogeneous lungs. J. Appl. Physiol. 37: 547-551, 1974.[PubMed]

121. Wagner, P.D., R.B. Laravuso, R.R. Uhl and J.B. West. Distributions of ventilation-perfusion ratios in acute respiratory failure. Chest 65: 32S-35S, 1974.[PubMed]

122. Wagner, P.D., R.B. Laravuso, R.R. Uhl and J.B. West. Continuous distributions of ventilation-perfusion ratios in normal subjects breathing air and 100% O2J. Clin. Invest. 54: 54-68, 1974.[PubMed]

123. West, J.B. Blood flow to the lung and gas exchange. Anesthesiology 41: 124-138, 1974.[PubMed]

124. West, J.B., P.D. Wagner and C.M.W. Derks. Gas exchange in distributions of VA-Q ratios: partial pressure-solubility diagram. J. Appl. Physiol. 37: 533-540, 1974.[PubMed]

125. West, J.B. Teaching tapes in respiratory physiology. San Diego: Cal-Med Photo, 1974.

126. West, J.B. Pulmonary gas exchange in the critically ill patient. Critical Care Med. 2: 171-180, 1974.[PubMed]

127. West, J.B. Disorders of regulation of respiration. In: Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 7th edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1974, pp. 1298-1302.

128. West, J.B. Disturbances of respiratory function. In: Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 8th edition, edited by G.W. Thorn. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1974, pp. 1332-1341.

1975

129. West, J.B. Regulation of the pulmonary circulation. In: Cardiologie d'Oggi, edited by A.N. Anguissole and V. Puddu. Torino, Italy: C.G. Edizioni Medico Scientifiche, 1975.

130. West, J.B. New advances in pulmonary gas exchange. Anesth. Analg. 54: 409-418, 1975.[PubMed - Abstract]

131. West, J.B. and P.D. Wagner. Pulmonary gas exchange in the acutely ill patient. In: Critical Care Med. Handbook, edited by M.H. Weil and H. Shubin. New York: Kolen, 1975.

132. Perlo, S., A.A. Jalowayski, C.M. Durand and J.B. West. Distribution of red and white blood cells in alveolar walls. J. Appl. Physiol. 38: 117-124, 1975.[PubMed - Abstract]

133. Vawter, D.L., F.L. Matthews and J.B. West. Effect of shape and size of lung and chest wall on stresses in the lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 39: 9-17, 1975.[PubMed - Abstract]

134. West, J.B. Preface forShort Lived Radioactive Gases for Clinical Use, by J.C. Clark and P.D. Buckingham. London: Butterworth, 1975.

135. Dantzker, D.R., P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Instability of lung units with low VA/Q ratios during O2 breathing. J. Appl. Physiol. 38: 886-895, 1975.

136. Wagner, P.D., R.M. Laravuso, E. Goldzimmer, P.F. Naumann and J.B. West Distribution of ventilation-perfusion ratios in dogs with normal and abnormal lungs. J. Appl. Physiol. 38: 1099-1109, 1975.[PubMed - Abstract]

137. West, J.B., H.J. Guy, R.A. Gaines, P.M. Hill and P.D. Wagner. Battery of single-breath tests for rapid measurement of pulmonary function using a respiratory mass spectrometer. Pneumonologie 151: 258-263, 1975.[PubMed]

138. West, J.B., A.M. Schneider and M.M. Mitchell. Recruitment in networks of pulmonary capillaries. J. Appl. Physiol. 39: 976-984, 1975.[PubMed - Abstract]

139. West, J.B. The ventilation-perfusion ratio. In: First International Seminar on Physiological Basis of Anesthesiology. Padua, Italy: Piccin Publishing House, 1975.

1976

140. Guy, H.J., R.A. Gaines, P.M. Hill, P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Computerized, noninvasive tests of lung function. A flexible approach using mass spectrometry. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 113: 737-744, 1976.[PubMed - Abstract]

141. West, J.B. Ventilation-perfusion and diffusion disturbances in asthma. In: Bronchial Asthma: Mechanisms and Therapeutics, edited by M.S. Segal and E.B. Weiss. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1976, pp. 295-316.

1977

142. West, J.B. and P.D. Wagner. Pulmonary gas exchange. In: Bioengineering Aspects of the Lung, edited by J.B. West. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1977, pp. 361-457.

143. West, J.B. Pulmonary gas exchange. In: International Rev. Physiol. Series II. Respiratory Physiology, edited by J.G. Widdicombe. Baltimore: University Park Press, 1977, pp. 83-106.[PubMed]

144. Wagner, P.D., D.R. Dantzker, R. Dueck, J.L. Clausen and J.B. West. Ventilation-perfusion inequality in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. J. Clin. Invest. 59: 203-216, 1977.[PubMed - Abstract]

145. West, J.B. Recent studies on the distribution of pulmonary blood flow. In: Respiratory Adaptations, Capillary Exchange and Reflex Mechanisms, edited by A.S. Paintal, Delhi, India: University of Delhi, 1977.

146. Dueck, R., P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Effects of positive end-expiratory pressure on gas exchange in dogs with normal and edematous lungs. Anesthesiology 47: 359-366, 1977.

147. West, J.B. State of the art: ventilation-perfusion relationships. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 116: 919-943, 1977.

1978

148. Metcalf, J.F., P.D. Wagner and J.B. West Effect of local bronchial obstruction on gas exchange in the dog. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 117: 85-95, 1978.[PubMed]

149. Dantzker, D.R., P.D. Wagner, V.W. Tornabene, N.P. Alazraki and J.B. West. Gas exchange after pulmonary thromboemoblization in dogs. Circ. Res. 42: 92-103, 1978.[PubMed - Abstract]

150. West, J.B. Illustrated Lectures in Pulmonary Pathophysiology (teaching tape/slide set). New York: Audio Visual Marketing, 1978.

151. Vawter, L., Y.C. Fung and J.B. West. Elasticity of excised dog lung parenchyma. J. Appl. Physiol. 45: 261-269, 1978.[PubMed - Abstract]

152. Mazzone, R.W., C.M. Durand and J.B. West. Electron microscopy of lung rapidly frozen under controlled physiological conditions. J. Appl. Physiol. 45: 325-333, 1978.[PubMed - Abstract]

153. Wagner, P.D., D.R. Dantzker, V.E. Iacovoni, W.C. Tomlin and J.B. West. Ventilation-perfusion inequality in asymptomatic asthma. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 118: 511-524, 1978.[PubMed - Abstract]

154. Rubinfeld, A.R., P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Gas exchange during acute experimental canine asthma. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 118: 525-536, 1978.[PubMed - Abstract]

155. West, J.B. Regional differences in the lung. Chest 74: 426-437, 1978.[PubMed]

156. Michels, D.B. and J.B. West. Distribution of pulmonary ventilation and perfusion during short periods of weightlessness. J. Appl. Physiol. 45: 987-998, 1978.[PubMed - Abstract]

157. West, J.B. Pulmonary microvascular pressure and pulmonary edema [letter]. Chest 74: 117-118, 1978.[PubMed]

1979

158. West, J.B. Respiration Section (four chapters) inBest and Taylor's Physiological Basis of Medical Practice, 10th edition, edited by J. Brobeck. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co., 1979.

159. West, J.B. and P.D. Wagner. Changes in ventilation-perfusion relationships and gas exchange. In: The Lung in Transition between Health and Disease, edited by S. Permutt and P. Macklem. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1979, pp. 183-226.

160. West, J.B. Distortion of the lung within the chest. Fed. Proc. 38: 11-16, 1979.[PubMed]

161. Vawter, D.L., Y.C. Fung and J.B. West. Constitutive equation of lung tissue elasticity. J. Biomech. Eng. 101: 38-45, 1979.

162. West, J.B. The use of radioactive materials in the study of lung function. In: Pulmonary Disease, edited by A.P. Fishman. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1979.

163. Mazzone, R., C. Durand and J.B. West. Electron microscopic appearances of rapidly frozen lung. J. Microscopy, (London) 117: 269-284, 1979.[PubMed - Abstract]

164. Michels, D.B., P.J. Friedman and J.B. West. Radiographic comparison of human lung shape during normal gravity and weightlessness. J. Appl. Physiol. 47: 851-857, 1979.[PubMed - Abstract]

165. West, J.B. Homeostatic regulation in extraordinary external environments. Proc. Aust. Physiol. and Pharm. Soc. 10: 48-52, 1979.

166. West, J.B. Regional differences of function in the lung. Proc. Aust. Physiol. and Pharm. Soc. 10: 9-17, 1979.

1980

167. Grant, B.J., J.B. Fortune and J.B. West. Effect of local antigen inhalation and hypoxia on lobar blood flow in allergic dogs. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 122: 39-46, 1980.[PubMed - Abstract]

168. West, J.B. and P.D. Wagner. Predicted gas exchange on the summit of Mt. Everest. Resp. Physiol. 42: 1-16, 1980.[PubMed - Abstract]

169. West, J.B. and P.D. Wagner. Gas exchange in exercise at altitude. In: Exercise Bioenergetics and Gas Exchange, edited by P. Cerretelli and B.J. Whipp. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press, 1980.

170. West, J.B. Distribution des rapports ventilation/perfusion. Rev. Fr. Mal. Resp. 8: 471-480, 1980.[PubMed]

1981

171. West, J.B. Ventilation-perfusion inhomogeneity and efficiency of alveolar gas exchange. In: Advances in Physiological Sciences, Volume 10: Respiration, edited by I. Hutas and L.A. Debrenczeni. New York: Pergamon Press, 1981.

172. West, J.B. and P.D. Wagner. Pulmonary gas exchange at high altitude. In: Progress in Respiration Research, Volume 16: Gas Exchange Function of Normal and Diseased Lungs, edited by J. Piiper and P. Scheid. Basel: S. Karger AG, 1981.

173. West, J.B. Adaptation to extreme altitudes. In: Environmental Physiology: Aging, Heat and Altitude, edited by S.M. Horvath and M.K. Yousef. Amsterdam: North Holland Biomedical Press, 1981.

174. West, J.B. Symposium on teaching of respiratory physiology to medical students. The Physiologist 24: 32-34, 1981.

175. West, J.B. Ventilation-perfusion relationships. In: Scientific Foundations of Respiratory Medicine, edited by J.G. Scadding and G. Cumming. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1981.

176. West, J.B. Entries on respiratory physiology and anatomy. In: Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary, 26th edition, edited by J.P. Friel, Philadelphia: Saunders, 1981.

1982

177. West, J.B. Respiratory and circulatory control at high altitudes. J. Exp. Biol. 100: 147-157, 1982.[PubMed - Abstract]

178. West, J. B. Gas exchange at altitude. In: Oxygen Transport to Human Tissues, edited by J.A. Loeppky and M.L. Riedesel. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press, 1982.

179. West, J.B. American Medical Research Expedition, to Everest, 1981. The Physiologist 25: 36-38, 1982.[PubMed]

180. West, J.B. Man at extreme altitude. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ.Exercise Physiol. 52: 1393-1399, 1982.[PubMed - Abstract]

181. West, J.B. Diffusion at high altitude. Fed. Proc. 41: 2128-2130, 1982.[PubMed - Abstract]

182. McEvoy, R.D., N.J.H. Davies, F.L. Mannino, R.J. Prutow, P.T. Schumacker, P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Pulmonary gas exchange during high-frequency ventilation. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 52: 1278-1287, 1982.[PubMed - Abstract]

183. West, J.B. Science on Everest, 1981. In: Hypoxia: Man at Altitude, edited by J.R. Sutton, N.L. Jones and C.S. Houston. New York: Thieme-Stratton, Inc., 1982.

184. Bencowitz, H.Z., P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Effect of change in P50 on exercise tolerance at high altitude: a theoretical study. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 53: 1487-1495, 1982.[PubMed - Abstract]

185. West, J.B., H.B. Guy and D.B. Michels. Effects of weightlessness on pulmonary function. The Physiologist 25: S21-S24, 1982.[PubMed]

186. West, J.B., P.H. Hackett, K.H. Maret, J.S. Milledge, R.M. Peters, Jr., C.J. Pizzo and R.M. Winslow. Human physiology on the summit of Mount Everest. Trans. Assn. Am. Phys. 95: 63-70, 1982.[PubMed]

187. West, J.B., P.H. Hackett, K.H. Maret, J.S. Milledge, R.M. Peters, Jr., C.J. Pizzo and R.M. Winslow. Hypoxia at extreme altitude. Bull. Eur. Physiopath. Resp. (Clin. Resp. Physiol.) 18(Suppl. 4): 21-28, 1982.

188. West, J.B. and J.P. Evans. American Medical Research Expedition to Everest. American Alpine Journal 24: 53-68, 1982.

1983

189. West, J.B. Invited inaugural editorial for new journal. Kokyu (Japanese Journal of Respiration Research) 1: 2, 1983.

190. West, J.B. Pulmonary gas transfer. Kokyu-To-Junken (Japan), 31: 511-518, 1983.[PubMed]

191. West, J.B., S. Lahiri, K.H. Maret, R.M. Peters, Jr. and C.J. Pizzo. Barometric pressures at extreme altitudes on Mt. Everest: physiological significance. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 54: 1188-1194, 1983.[PubMed - Abstract]

192. West, J.B. Climbing Mt. Everest without oxygen: an analysis of maximal exercise during extreme hypoxia. Resp. Physiol. 52: 265-279, 1983. [PubMed - Abstract]

193. Romaldini, H., R. Rodriguez-Roisin, P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Enhancement of hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction by almitrine in the dog. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 128: 288-293, 1983.[PubMed - Abstract]

194. West, J.B., P.H. Hackett, K.H. Maret, J.S. Milledge, R.M. Peters, Jr., C.J. Pizzo and R.M. Winslow. Pulmonary gas exchange on the summit of Mt. Everest. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 55: 678-687, 1983.[PubMed - Abstract]

195. West, J.B., S.J. Boyer, D.J. Graber, P.H. Hackett, K.H. Maret, J.S. Milledge, R.M. Peters, Jr., C.J. Pizzo, M. Samaja, F.H. Sarnquist, R.B. Schoene and R.M. Winslow. Maximal exercise at extreme altitudes on Mount Everest. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 55: 688-698, 1983.[PubMed - Abstract]

196. West, J.B. American Medical Research Expedition to Everest, 1981. Seminars in Respiratory Medicine 5: 126-128, 1983.

197. Milledge, J.S., D.M. Catley, F.D. Blume and J.B. West. Renin, angiotensin-converting enzyme, and aldosterone in humans on Mount Everest. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 55: 1109-1112, 1983.[PubMed - Abstract]

198. West, J.B. American Medical Research Expedition to Everest: a study of man during extreme hypoxia. Prog. Clin. Biol. Res. 136: 431-441, 1983.[PubMed]

199. West, J.B. American Medical Research Expedition to Everest, 1981. Himalayan Journal 39: 19-25, 1983.

199a. West, J.B. Weight loss in chronic obstructive lung disease [letter]. Chest 83: 934, 1983, 1983.[PubMed]

200. West, J.B. Lessons learned on the mountain (I.S. Ravdin lecture). Bulletin of American College of Surgeons 68: 9-14, 1983.

1984

201. Winslow, R.M., M. Samaja and J.B. West. Red cell function at extreme altitude on Mount Everest. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 56: 109-116, 1984.[PubMed - Abstract]

202. West, J.B. Human physiology at extreme altitudes on Mount Everest. Science 223: 784-788, 1984.[PubMed - Abstract]

203. Maret, K.H., J.O. Billups, R.M. Peters, Jr. and J.B. West. Automatic mechanical alveolar gas sampler for multiple-sample collection in field. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 56: 1436-1438, 1984.[PubMed - Abstract]

204. West, J.B. Man on the summit of Mount Everest. In: High Altitude and Man, edited by J.B. West and S. Lahiri. Bethesda, MD: American Physiological Society, 1984.

205. Schoene, R.B., S. Lahiri, P.H. Hackett, R.M. Peters, Jr., J.S. Milledge, C.J. Pizzo, F.H. Sarnquist, S.J. Boyer, D.J. Graber, K.H. Maret, and J.B. West. Relationship of hypoxic ventilatory response to exercise performance on Mount Everest. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 56: 1478-1483, 1984.[PubMed - Abstract]

206. West, J.B. "Oxygenless" climbs and barometric pressure. American Alpine Journal 58: 126-132, 1984.

207. West, J.B. High living: lessons from extreme altitude. The 1984 J. Burns Amberson Lecture. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 130: 917-923, 1984.[PubMed]

208. West, J.B. Stephen Hales: neglected respiratory physiologist. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 57: 635-639, 1984.[PubMed - Abstract]

209. West, J.B. Spacelab - the coming of age of space physiology research. J. Appl. Physiol: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 57: 1625-1631, 1984.[PubMed - Abstract]

210. West, J.B. Hypoxic man: lessons from extreme altitude. Harry G. Armstrong Memorial Lecture. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 55: 1058-1062, 1984.[PubMed - Abstract]

211. West, J.B. Spacelab and the U.S. biomedical space research program. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the IUPS Commission on Gravitational Physiology, The Physiologist (Suppl.) 27: S7-S8, 1984.

212. West, J.B. Preface. In: Medicine de l'alpinisme by J.P. Richalet. Paris, Masson, 1984.

1985

213. Schumacker, P.T., B. Guth, A.J. Suggett, P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Effects of transfusion-induced polycythemia on O2 transport during exercise in the dog. J. Appl. Physiol. 58: 749-758, 1985.[PubMed - Abstract]

214. Karliner, J.S., F.H. Sarnquist, D.J. Graber, R.M. Peters, Jr., and J.B. West. The electrocardiogram at extreme altitude: experience on Mt. Everest. Am. Heart J. 109: 505-513, 1985.[PubMed - Abstract]

215. Schumacker, P.T., A.J. Suggett, P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Role of hemoglobin P50 in O2 transport during normoxic and hypoxic exercise in the dog. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exercise Physiol. 59: 749-757, 1985.[PubMed - Abstract]

216. Hackett, P.H., R.B. Schoene, R.M. Winslow, R.M. Peters, Jr. and J.B. West. Acetazolamide and exercise in sojourners to 6,300 meters - a preliminary study. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 17: 593-597, 1985.[PubMed - Abstract]

217. West, J.B. From Russia with love (account of visit to Physiological Society of the Soviet Union.)The Physiologist 28: 463-464, 1985.

1986

218. West, J.B. Climbing Mount Everest without oxygen. News in Physiol. Sci. 1: 23-25, 1986.

219. West, J.B. Everest-the testing place [editorial]. Chest 89: 625-626, 1986.

220. West, J.B. Physiology with backpack (American Physiological Society Past-President's Address). The Physiologist 29: 38-39, 1986.[PubMed]

221. West, J.B., R.M. Peters, Jr., G. Aksnes, K.H Maret, J.S. Milledge and R.B. Schoene. Nocturnal periodic breathing at altitudes of 6300 m and 8050 meters. J. Appl. Physiol. 61: 280-287, 1986.[PubMed - Abstract]

222. West, J.B. The lungs in space. Scientific Journal Georgia Baptist Medical Center 6: 2-7, 1986.

223. West, J.B. Do climbs to extreme altitude cause brain damage?Lancet 2: 387-388, 1986.[PubMed]

224. West, J.B. Pulmonary gas exchange during weightlessness. Prog. Resp. Res. 21: 230-232, 1986.

225. West, J.B. Lactate during exercise at extreme altitude. Fed. Proc. 45: 2953-2957, 1986.[PubMed - Abstract]

226. West, J.B. Man in space. News In Physiol. Sci. 1: 189-192, 1986.

227. West, J.B. Highest inhabitants in the world. Nature 324: 5l7, 1986.[PubMed]

228. West, J.B. Foreword. In: Enfermedades Respiratorias: Rol del Laboratorio. edited by P. Antic Cortez. Santiago, Chile, 1986.

228a. West, J.B. Muscular weakness and respiratory function [letter]. New Engl. J. Med. 315: 649, 1986.[PubMed]

228b. West, J.B. Hypoxia of altitude [letter]. Lancet 2: 1097, 1986.[PubMed]

1987

229. West, J.B. Assessing pulmonary gas exchange (editorial). New Eng. J. Med. 3l6, l336-l338, 1987.[PubMed]

230. West, J.B. Alexander M. Kellas and the physiological challenge of Mount Everest. J. Appl. Physiol. 63, 3-11, 1987.[PubMed - Abstract]

231. West, J.B. Human performance in the severe hypoxia of extreme altitude. In: Cerebrovascular Diseases, edited by M.E. Raichle. New York: Raven Press, 1987, pp. 1-7.

232. West, J.B. Human responses to extreme hypoxia. Dissertation for Doctorhonoris causa, University of Barcelona, Spain, 1987.

233. Paiva, M., L.A. Engel, J.M.B. Hughes, H.J. Guy, G.K. Prisk and J.B. West. The respiratory system under weightlessness. Proc. 3rd Eur. Symp. Life Sciences, ESA SP-271, 1987.

233a. West, J.B. CAWD or COLD? [letter]. Lancet 2: 1157, 1987.[PubMed]

1988

234. West, J.B. Ventilation, bloodflow and gas exchange. In: Textbook of Respiratory Medicine, edited by J.F. Murray and J.A. Nadel. Philadelphia: Saunders, 1988.

235. West, J.B. High points in the physiology of extreme altitude. Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 227: 1-15, 1988.[PubMed]

236. Hogan, M.C., J. Roca, P.D. Wagner and J.B. West Limitation of maximal O2 uptake and performance by acute hypoxia in dog muscle in situ. J. Appl. Physiol. 65: 815-821, 1988.[PubMed - Abstract]

237. West, J.B. Tolerable limits to hypoxia on high mountains. In: Hypoxia: the Tolerable Limits. edited by J.R. Sutton, C.S. Houston, G. Coates. Indianapolis: Benchmark Press, 1988.

238. Balgos, A.A., D.C. Willford and J.B. West. Ventilation-perfusion relationships during induced normovolemic polycythemia in dogs. J. Appl. Physiol. 65: 1686-1692, 1988.[PubMed - Abstract]

239. West, J.B. Cardiopulmonary responses to severe hypoxia: lessons from high altitude. Cardiologia 33(Suppl 1 al n 12): 190-197, 1988.

240. Guy, H.J., G.K. Prisk and J.B. West. Pulmonary function in microgravity: Spacelab 4 and Beyond. Acta Astronautica 17: 1139-1143, 1988.

241. West, J.B. Rate of ventilatory acclimatization to extreme altitude. Resp. Physiol. 74: 323-333, 1988.[PubMed - Abstract]

242. West, J.B. Evidence for bronchial occlusion in severe asthma. Appl. Cardiopul. Pathophys. 2: 237-240, 1988.

243. West, J.B. Severe hypoxia: lessons from high altitude. Appl. Cardiopul. Pathophys. 2: 247-249, 1988.

244. West, J.B. Regional differences in the lung. High altitude diseases. The 1981 American medical research expedition to Mt. Everest. In: Anesthesia and the Lung, edited by T.H. Stanley and R.J. Sperry. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988, pp. 1-2, 55-58, 111-116.

244a. West, J.B. Inconsistencies in Operation Everest II articles [letter]. J. Appl. Physiol. 64: 1289, 1988.[PubMed]

1989

245. Hogan, M.C, J. Roca, J.B. West and P.D. Wagner. Dissociation of maximal O2 uptake from O2 delivery in canine gastrocnemius in situ. J. Appl. Physiol. 66: 1219-1226, 1989.[PubMed - Abstract]

246. Poole, D.C., O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. Capillary tortuosity in rat soleus muscle is not affected by endurance training. Am. J. Physiol. 256(Heart Circ. Physiol. 25): H1110-1116, 1989.[PubMed - Abstract]

247. West, J.B. Physiological responses to severe hypoxia in man. Can. J. Physiol. Pharm. 67: 173-178, 1989.[PubMed - Abstract]

248. West, J.B. Physiology on the summit of Mt. Everest. Ann. Sports Med. 4: 224-231, 1989.

249. West, J.B. Physiology and Pathophysiology of Pulmonary Gas Exchange. In: Clinical Aspects of O2 Transport and Tissue Oxygenation, edited by K. Eyrich and K. Reinhart. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1989, pp. 16-36.

250. West, J.B. Oxygen transport and oxygen uptake on the summit of Mt. Everest. In: Clinical Aspects of O2 Transport and Tissue Oxygenation, edited by K. Eyrich and K. Reinhart. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1989, pp. 64-73.

251. West, J.B. A.M. Kellas: pioneer Himalayan physiologist and mountaineer. The Alpine Journal 94: 207-213, 1989.

252. Lee, L., O. Ueno., P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Pulmonary gas exchange after multiple airway occlusions by beads in the dog. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 140: 1216-1221, 1989.[PubMed - Abstract]

252a. West, J.B. Hemoglobin O2 affinity and tissue hypoxia [letter; comment]. J. Appl. Physiol. 67: 2163, 1989.[PubMed]

1990

253. Tsukimoto, K., J.P. Arcos, W. Schaffartzik, P.D. Wagner and J.B. West. Effect of common dead space on VA/Q distribution in the dog. J. Appl. Physiol. 68: 2488-2493, 1990.[PubMed - Abstract]

254. West, J.B. Limiting factors for exercise at extreme altitude. Clin. Physiol. 10: 265-272, 1990.[PubMed - Abstract]

255. West, J.B. Tolerance to severe hypoxia: lessons from Mt. Everest. Acta Anaesthesiol. Scand. 34(Supplementum 94): 18-23, 1990.[PubMed - Abstract]

256. Hogan, M.C., D.E. Bebout, P.D. Wagner and J.B. West Maximal O2 uptake of in situ dog muscle during acute hypoxemia with constant perfusion. J. Appl. Physiol. 69: 570-576, 1990.[PubMed - Abstract]

257. Hogan, M.D., D.E. Bebout, A.T. Gray, P.D. Wagner, J.B. West and P.E. Haab Muscle maximal O2 uptake at constant O2 delivery with and without CO in the blood. J. Appl. Physiol. 69: 830-836, 1990.[PubMed - Abstract]

1991

258. West, J.B. Respiratory system: physiology and biochemistry. In: Encyclopedia of Human Biology, edited by R. Dulbecco. San Diego: Academic Press, 1991.

259. West, J.B. Microgravity and the lung. The Physiologist 34: Supplement 1, S8-10, 1991.[PubMed]

260. West, J.B. Human experiments on Spacelab SLS-1. The Physiologist 34: Supplement 1, S27-28, 1991.[PubMed]

261. West, J.B., K. Tsukimoto, O. Mathieu-Costello and R. Prediletto. Stress failure in pulmonary capillaries. J. Appl. Physiol. 70: 1731-1742, 1991.[PubMed - Abstract]

262. West, J.B. Acclimatization and adaptation: organ to cell. In: Response and Adaptation to Hypoxia: Organ to Organelle, edited by S. Lahiri, N.S. Cherniack and R.S. Fitzgerald. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991, pp. 177-190.

263. Guy, H.J.B., G.K. Prisk, A.R. Elliott and J.B. West. Maximum expiratory flow-volume curves during short periods of microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 70: 2587-2596, 1991.[PubMed - Abstract]

264. Tsukimoto, K., O. Mathieu-Costello, R. Prediletto, A.R. Elliott and J.B. West. Ultrastructural appearances of pulmonary capillaries at high transmural pressures. J. Appl. Physiol. 71: 573-582, 1991.[PubMed - Abstract]

265. West, J.B. Acid-base status and blood lactate at extreme altitude. In: Hypoxia, Metabolic Acidosis and the Circulation, edited by A.I. Arieff. New York, Oxford University Press 1991, pp. 33-44.

266. West, J.B. Consequences of very severe hypoxia. Appl. Cardiopulm. Pathophys. 4: 161-163, 1991.

267. West, J.B. New thoughts on pulmonary edema. Appl. Cardiopulm. Pathophys. 4: 165-168, 1991.

268. West, J.B. Early scientific expeditions to high altitude. In: A Colour Atlas of Mountain Medicine, edited by J. Vallotton and F. Dubas. London: Wolfe Publishing, 1991, pp. 13-15.

1992

269. Guy, H.J., G.K. Prisk and J.B. West. Pulmonary function in microgravity. The Physiologist 35(Supplement 1): S99-S102, 1992.[PubMed - Abstract]

270. West, J.B. Gravity and the lung: lessons from space. Pulmonary edema caused by stress failure of pulmonary capillaries. Severe hypoxia: insights from extreme altitude. In: Anesthesia and the Lung 1992, edited by T.H. Stanley and R.J. Sperry. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992, pp. 1-7, 45-51, 97-100.[PubMed - Abstract]

272. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Strength of the pulmonary blood-gas barrier. Resp. Physiol. 88: 141-148, 1992.[PubMed - Abstract]

273. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Stress failure in pulmonary capillaries: a mechanism for high altitude pulmonary edema. In: Hypoxia and Mountain Medicine, edited by J.R. Sutton, G. Coates and C.S. Houston. Burlington, VT: Queen City Printers Inc., 1992, pp. 229-240.

274. Costello, M.L., O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. Stress failure of alveolar epithelial cells studied by scanning electron microscopy. Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 145: 1446-1455, 1992.[PubMed - Abstract]

275. Fu, Z., M.L. Costello, K. Tsukimoto, R. Prediletto, A.R. Elliott, O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. High lung volume increases stress failure in pulmonary capillaries. J. Appl. Physiol. 73: 123-133, 1992.[PubMed - Abstract]

276. West, J.B. Life in space. J. Appl. Physiol. 72: 1623-1630, 1992.[PubMed]

277. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Stress failure of pulmonary capillaries in the intensive care setting. Schweiz. med. Woch. 122: 751-757, 1992.[PubMed - Abstract]

278. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. High altitude pulmonary edema is caused by stress failure of pulmonary capillaries. Intl. J. Sports Med. 13(Suppl 1): S54-S58, 1992.[PubMed - Abstract]

279. Elliott, A.R., Z. Fu, K. Tsukimoto, R. Prediletto, O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. Short-term reversibility of ultrastructural changes in pulmonary capillaries caused by stress failure. J. Appl. Physiol. 73: 1150-1158, 1992.[PubMed - Abstract]

280. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Stress failure of pulmonary capillaries: role in lung and heart disease. Lancet 340: 762-767, 1992.[PubMed - Abstract]

280a. West, J.B. Gravity and pulmonary blood flow distribution [letter; comment]. J. Appl. Physiol. 73: 2201-2202, 1992.[PubMed]

1993

281. West, J.B. Acclimatization and tolerance to extreme altitude. J. Wilderness Medicine 4: 17-26,1993.

282. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Pulmonary edema and hemorrhage: recent advances. In: Pulmonary Radiology, edited by E.J. Potchen, R.G. Grainger and R. Greene. Philadelphia: Saunders, 1993, pp. 125-137.

283. West, J.B., O. Mathieu-Costello, E.K. Birks, J.H. Jones, J.R. Pascoe and W.S. Tyler. Stress failure of pulmonary capillaries as a mechanism for exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage: implications for management. Equine Athlete 6: 1-9, 1993, andAESM Proceedings, pp. 44-47, 1993.

284. Prisk, G.K., H.J.B. Guy, A.R. Elliott, R.A. Deutschman III and J.B. West. Pulmonary diffusing capacity, capillary blood volume and cardiac output during sustained microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 75: 15-26, 1993.[PubMed - Abstract]

285. West, J.B., O. Mathieu-Costello, J.H. Jones, E.K. Birks, R.B. Logemann, J.R. Pascoe and W.S. Tyler. Stress failure of pulmonary capillaries in racehorses with exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage. J. Appl. Physiol. 75: 1097-1109, 1993.[PubMed - Abstract]

286. West, J.B. The Silver Hut expedition, high-altitude field expeditions, and low-pressure chamber simulations. In: Hypoxia and Molecular Medicine, edited by J.R. Sutton, C.S. Houston and G. Coates. Burlington, VT: Queen City Printers, 1993.

287. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Pulmonary blood-gas barrier: a physiological dilemma. News in Physiological Sciences 8: 249-253, 1993.

288. West, J.B. Human tolerance to extreme altitude. In: Hipoxia: Investigaciones Basicas y Clinicas [Hypoxia: Basic and Clinical Investigations], edited by F.L. Velarde and A. Arregui. Lima: Instituto Franc?s de Estudios Andinos, 1993.

1994

289. Tsukimoto, K., N. Yoshimura, M. Ichioka, N. Tojo, I. Miyazato, F. Marumo, O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. Protein, cell, and LTB4 concentrations of lung edema fluid produced by high capillary pressures in rabbit. J. Appl. Physiol. 76: 321-327, 1994.[PubMed - Abstract]

290. Mathieu-Costello, O. and J.B. West. Are pulmonary capillaries susceptible to mechanical stress?Chest 105: 102S-107S, 1994.[PubMed]

291. West, J.B. Krook's death by spontaneous combustion and the controversy between Dickens and Lewes: a physiologist's view. The Dickensian 90: 125-129, 1994.

292. Guy, H.J.B., G.K. Prisk, A.R. Elliott, R.A. Deutschman III and J.B. West. Inhomogeneity of pulmonary ventilation during sustained microgravity as determined by single-breath washouts. J. Appl. Physiol. 76: 1719-1729, 1994.[PubMed - Abstract]

293. Prisk, G.K., H.J.B. Guy, A.R. Elliott and J.B. West. Inhomogeneity of pulmonary perfusion during sustained microgravity on SLS-1. J. Appl. Physiol. 76: 1730-1738, 1994.[PubMed - Abstract]

294. West, J.B. Strength and failure of pulmonary capillaries. In: The Pulmonary Circulation and Gas Exchange, edited by W.W. Wagner and E.K. Weir. Mount Kisco, NY: Futura Publishing Co., 1994, pp. 1-17.

295. Birks, E.K., O. Mathieu-Costello, Z. Fu, W.S. Tyler and J.B. West. Comparative aspects of the strength of pulmonary capillaries in rabbit, dog and horse. Resp. Physiol. 97: 235-246, 1994.[PubMed - Abstract]

296. Elliott, A.R., G.K. Prisk, H.J.B. Guy and J.B. West. Lung volumes during sustained microgravity on Spacelab SLS-1. J. Appl. Physiol. 77: 2005-2014, 1994.[PubMed - Abstract]

297. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Stress failure of pulmonary capillaries as a mechanism for exercise induced pulmonary hemorrhage in the horse. Equine Veterinary Journal 26: 441-447, 1994.[PubMed - Abstract]

298. West, J.B. Fifty years of medical science. Prince Alfred College Science Journal 50: 11-17, 1994.

299. West, J.B. Spontaneous combustion, Dickens, Lewes, and Lavoisier. News in Physiological Sciences 9: 276-278, 1994.

1995

300. Prisk, G.K., H.J.B. Guy, A.R. Elliott, M. Paiva and J.B. West. Ventilatory inhomogeneity determined from multiple-breath washouts during sustained microgravity on Spacelab SLS-1. J. Appl. Physiol. 78: 597-607, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

301. West, J.B. Oxygen enrichment of room air to relieve the hypoxia of high altitude. Resp. Physiol. 99: 225-232, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

302. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Stress failure of pulmonary capillaries as a limiting factor for maximal exercise. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 70: 99-108, 1995.

303. West, J.B., G.L. Colice, Y.-J. Lee, Y. Namba, S.S. Kurdak, Z. Fu, L.-C. Ou and O. Mathieu-Costello. Pathogenesis of high-altitude pulmonary oedema: direct evidence of stress failure of pulmonary capillaries. Eur. Resp. J. 8: 523-529, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

304. Townsley, M.I., O. Mathieu-Costello, Z. Fu and J.B. West. Pulmonary microvascular permeability: responses to high vascular pressure after induction of pacing-induced heart failure in dogs. Circ. Res. 77: 317-325, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

305. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Vulnerability of pulmonary capillaries in heart disease. Circulation 92: 622-631, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

306. Mathieu-Costello, O., D.C. Willford, Z. Fu, R.M. Garden and J.B. West Pulmonary capillaries are more resistant to stress failure in dog than rabbit. J. Appl. Physiol. 79: 908-917, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

307. West, J.B. Haldane's case for oxygen secretion in the lungs. In: Hypoxia and the Brain, edited by J.R. Sutton, C.S. Houston and G. Coates. Burlington, VT: Queen City Printers, 1995, pp. 88-95 and 99-101.

308. Kurdak, S.S., Y. Namba, Z. Fu, B. Kennedy, O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West Effect of increased duration of high pressure on stress failure of pulmonary capillaries. Microvasc. Res. 50: 235-248, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

309. Prisk, G.K., A.R. Elliott, H.J.B. Guy, J.M. Kosonen and J.B. West Pulmonary gas exchange and its determinants during sustained microgravity on Spacelab SLS-1 and SLS-2. J. Appl. Physiol. 79: 1290-1298, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

310. Namba, Y., S.S. Kurdak, Z. Fu, O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. Effect of reducing alveolar surface tension on stress failure in pulmonary capillaries. J. Appl. Physiol. 79: 2114-2121, 1995.[PubMed - Abstract]

311. West, J.B., G.L. Colice, Y.-J. Lee, Y. Namba, S.S. Kurdak, Z. Fu, L.-C. Ou and O. Mathieu-Costello Pathogenesis of high altitude pulmonary edema. Acta Andina 4: 113-116, 1995.

312. West, J.B. Medical problems of working at altitudes of 4000-5000 m. Acta Andina 4: 149-152, 1995.

1996

313. West, J.B., H.J.B. Guy, A.R. Elliott and G.K. Prisk. Respiratory system in microgravity. In: Handbook of Physiology, Section 4: Environmental Physiology, edited by M.J. Fregly and C.M. Blatteis. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996, pp. 675-689.

314. West, J.B. Physiology of extreme altitude. In: Handbook of Physiology, Section 4: Environmental Physiology, edited by M.J. Fregly and C.M. Blatteis. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996, pp. 1307-1325.

315. West, J.B T.H. Ravenhill and his contributions to mountain sickness. J. Appl. Physiol. 80: 715-724, 1996.[PubMed - Abstract]

316. Prisk, G.K., A.-M. Lauzon, S. Verbanck, A.R. Elliott, H.J.B. Guy, M. Paiva and J.B. West. Anomalous behavior of helium and sulfur hexafluoride in single-breath tests in sustained microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 80: 1126-1132, 1996.[PubMed - Abstract]

317. Gippenreiter, E. and J.B. West High altitude medicine and physiology in the former Soviet Union. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 67: 576-584, 1996.[PubMed - Abstract]

318. Elliott, A.R., G.K. Prisk, H.J.B. Guy, J. Kosonen and J.B. West Forced expirations and maximum expiratory flow-volume curves during sustained microgravity on SLS-1. J. Appl. Physiol. 81: 33-43, 1996.[PubMed - Abstract]

319. West, J.B. The search for T.H. Ravenhill. Physiological Society Magazine 24: 20-21, 1996.

320. West, J.B. Prediction of barometric pressures at high altitudes with the use of model atmospheres. J. Appl. Physiol. 81: 1850-1854, 1996.[PubMed - Abstract]

321. West, J.B. Man in extreme environments.In: Challenges in Medicine. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, 1996, pp. 176-182.

1997

322. Napier, P.J. and J.B. West. Medical and physiological considerations for a high-altitude MMA site. MMA Memos #162,http://www.mma.nrao.edu/memos/html-memos/abstracts/abs162.html

323. West, J.B. Fire hazard in oxygen-enriched atmospheres at low barometric pressures. Aviat. Space Environ. Med. 68: 159-162, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

324. West, J.B., W.S. Tyler, E.K. Birks and O. Mathieu-Costello. Exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage. In: Second Dubai International Equine Symposium: Diagnosis and Treatment of Respiratory Disease, edited by N.W. Rantanen and M.L. Hauser. Bonsall, CA: Rantanen, 1997.

325. Lauzon, A.-M., G.K. Prisk, A.R. Elliott, S. Verbanck, M. Paiva and J.B. West. Paradoxical helium and sulfurhexafluoride single-breath washouts in short-term vs. sustained microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 82: 859-865, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

326. Hopkins, S.R., R.B. Schoene, T.R. Martin, W.R. Henderson, R.G. Spragg and J.B. West. Intense exercise impairs the integrity of the pulmonary blood-gas barrier in elite athletes. Am. J. Resp. Crit. Care Med. 155: 1090-1094, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

327. Birks, E.K., O. Mathieu-Costello, Z. Fu, W.S. Tyler and J.B. West. Very high pressures are required to cause stress failure of pulmonary capillaries in Thoroughbred racehorses. J. Appl. Physiol. 82: 1584-1592, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

328. West, J.B., A.R. Elliott, H.J.B. Guy and G.K. Prisk. Pulmonary function in space. JAMA 277: 1957-1961, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

329. Berg, J.T., Z. Fu, E.C. Breen, H.-C. Tran, O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. High lung inflation increases mRNA levels of ECM components and growth factors in lung parenchyma. J. Appl. Physiol. 83: 120-128, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

330. West, J.B. Pulmonary gas exchange on Mount Everest. Eur. Resp. J. 10: 1431-1432, 1997 (editorial).[PubMed - Abstract]

331. Verbanck, S., H. Larsson, D. Linnarsson, G.K. Prisk, J.B. West and M. Paiva. Pulmonary tissue volume, cardiac output, and diffusing capacity in sustained microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 83: 810-816, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

332. West, J.B. T.H. Ravenhill: Birmingham's link with early research on acute mountain sickness. Aesculapius 17: 31-34, 1997.

333. West, J.B., F.L. Powell and A.M. Luks. Feasibility study of the use of the White Mountain Research Station (WMRS) laboratory to measure the effects of 27% oxygen enrichment at 5000 m altitude on human cognitive function. MMA Memos #191,http://www.mma.nrao.edu/memos/html-memos/abstracts/abs191.html

334. Parker, J.C., E.C. Breen and J.B. West. High vascular and airway pressures increase interstitial protein mRNA expression in isolated rat lungs. J. Appl. Physiol. 83: 1697-1705, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

335. Darquenne, C., M. Paiva, J.B. West and G.K. Prisk. Effect of microgravity and hypergravity on deposition of 0.5- to 3-?m-diameter aerosol in the human lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 83: 2029-2036, 1997.[PubMed - Abstract]

336. West, J.B. T.H. Ravenhill, mountain sickness, and Peruvian contributions to high-altitude pulmonary edema. Acta Andina 6: 40-43, 1997.

337. West, J.B. Severe intermittent hypoxia: high-altitude mines and telescopes and the case for oxygen enrichment. Acta Andina 6: 190-192, 1997.

338. Paiva, M., M. Wantier, S. Verbanck, L.A. Engel, G.K. Prisk, H.J.B. Guy and J.B. West. Ventilation distribution and chest wall mechanics in microgravity. In: Anthrorack on Spacelab D2, edited by M. Perry. Noordwijk, The Netherlands: ESA Publication Division (SP-1191), 1997, pp. 57-60.

1998

339. Prisk, G.K., A.R. Elliott, H.J.B. Guy, S. Verbanck, M. Paiva and J.B. West. Multiple breath washin of helium and sulfur hexafluoride in sustained microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 84: 244-252, 1998.[PubMed - Abstract]

339a. West, J.B., A.R. Elliott, H.J. Guy and G.K. Prisk. Pulmonary function in space: reply [letter]. JAMA 279: 275-276, 1998.

340. West, J.B. Health considerations for managing work at high altitudes. In: Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, edited by J.M. Stellman. Geneva, Switzerland: International Labour Office, 1998.

341. Lauzon, A.-M., A.R. Elliott, M. Paiva, J.B. West and G.K. Prisk. Cardiogenic oscillation phase relationships during single-breath tests performed in microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 84: 661-668, 1998.[PubMed - Abstract]

342. West, J.B., E.C. Breen and O. Mathieu-Costello. Strength, failure, and remodeling of the pulmonary blood-gas barrier. In: Pulmonary Edema, edited by E.K. Weir and J.T. Reeves. New York: Futura Publishing Company, Inc., 1998, pp. 171-182.

343. Hopkins, S.R., R.B. Schoene, W.R. Henderson, R.G. Spragg and J.B. West. Sustained submaximal exercise does not alter the integrity of the lung blood-gas barrier in elite athletes. J. Appl. Physiol. 84: 1185-1189, 1998.[PubMed - Abstract]

344. West, J.B. and P.D. Wagner. Pulmonary gas exchange. Am. J. Resp. Crit. Care Med. Suppl.: Advances in Pulmonary Biology and Medicine 157: S82-S87, 1998.[PubMed Index Terms]

345. West, J.B. Yandell Henderson. Biographical Memoirs (National Academy of Sciences) 74: 3-16, 1998.[Full Text]

345a. West, J.B. Space medicine in peer-reviewed journals: reply [letter]. JAMA 279: 1875, 1998.

346. West, J.B. Left ventricular filling pressures during exercise: a cardiological blind spot?Chest 113: 1695-1697, 1998.[PubMed Index Terms]

347. Napier, P.J. and J.B. West. High-altitude medical and operations problems and solutions for the Millimeter Array. Proc. SPIE Conference on Observatory Operations to Optimize Scientific Returns 3349: 456-465, 1998.[MMA - Full Text]

348. Darquenne, C., J.B. West and G.K. Prisk. Deposition and dispersion of 1-?m aerosol boluses in the human lung: effect of micro- and hypergravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 85: 1252-1259, 1998.[PubMed - Abstract]

349. Luks, A.M., H. van Melick, R. Batarse, F.L. Powell, I. Grant and J.B. West. Room oxygen enrichment improves sleep and subsequent day-time performance at high altitude. Resp. Physiol. 113: 247-258, 1998.[PubMed - Abstract]

350. West, J.B, and O. Mathieu-Costello. Stress-induced injury of pulmonary capillaries. Proc. Assoc. Am. Physicians 110: 506-512, 1998.

351. West, J.B. Commuting to high altitude: value of oxygen enrichment of room air. In: Progress in Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, edited by H. Ohno, T. Kobayashi, S. Masuyama and M. Nakashima. Tokyo, Japan: Japanese Society of Mountain Medicine, 1998.[JSMM - Abstract]

352. West, J.B. History of the physiological challenge of climbing Mt. Everest. In: Progress in Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, edited by H. Ohno, T. Kobayashi, S. Masuyama and M. Nakashima. Tokyo, Japan: Japanese Society of Mountain Medicine, 1998.[JSMM - Abstract]

353. Berg, J.T., E.C. Breen, Z. Fu, O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. Alveolar hypoxia increases gene expression of extracellular matrix proteins and platelet-derived growth factor-B in lung parenchyma. Am. J. Resp. Crit. Care Med. 158: 1920-1928, 1998.[PubMed - Abstract]

354. West, J.B. Eugene Gippenreiter (1927-1997): a personal appreciation. Aviakosmicheskaya I Ekologicheskaya Meditsina, Supplement 2: 81-83 (Russian), 83-84 (English), 1998.

1999

355. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Structure, strength, failure, and remodeling of pulmonary capillaries. Ann. Rev. Physiol. 61: 543-572, 1999.[PubMed - Abstract]

356. West, J.B. Barometric pressures on Mt. Everest: new data and physiological significance. J. Appl. Physiol. 86: 1062-1066, 1999. [PubMed - Abstract]

357. Darquenne, C., J.B. West, and G.K. Prisk. Dispersion of 0.5- to 2-?meter aerosol in microgravity and hypergravity as a probe of convective inhomogeneity in the lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 86: 1402-1409, 1999.[PubMed - Abstract]

358. Dutrieue, B., A.-M. Lauzon, S. Verbanck, A.R. Elliott, J.B. West and G.K. Prisk. Helium and sulfurhexafluoride bolus washin in short-term microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 86: 1594-1602, 1999.[PubMed - Abstract]

358a. West, J.B. and G.K. Prisk. Chest volume and shape and intrapleural pressure in microgravity [letter]. J. Appl. Physiol. 87: 1240, 1999.[PubMed]

359. West, J.B. Book review ofInto Thin Air by Jon Krakauer, New York: Villard, 1997. The Pharos 63: 53, 1999.

360. West, J.B. Oxygen enrichment of room air to improve well-being and productivity at high altitude. Intl. J. Occup. Environ. Health 5: 187-193, 1999.[PubMed - Abstract]

361. West, J.B. Distribution of pulmonary blood flow: how itreally happened. Am. J. Resp. Crit. Care Med. 160: 1-2, 1999.[PubMed]

362. West, J.B. Archival collections in physiology. News in Physiol. Sci. 14: 270-272, 1999.

363. West, J.B. The original presentation of Boyle's Law. J. Appl. Physiol. 87: 1543-1545, 1999.[PubMed - Abstract]

364. West, J.B. Book review ofThe Bends by John L. Phillips, M.D., New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1998. Bull. Hist. Med. 73: 512-513, 1999.

365. West, J.B. Capillary stress failure and pulmonary damage. In: Critical Care Focus 2: Respiratory Failure, edited by H.F. Galley. London: BMJ Books/Intensive Care Society, 1999.

366. West, J.B. Commuting to high altitude. Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 474: 57-64, 1999.[PubMed - Abstract]

367. West, J.B. Recent advances in human physiology at extreme altitude. Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 474: 287-296, 1999.[PubMed - Abstract]

368. West, J.B. Review of Pugh paper?a commentary. Wilderness Environ. Med. 10: 250-251, 1999.

369. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Structure, strength and failure of the pulmonary blood-gas barrier. Eur. Resp. Monograph 12: 171-202, 1999.[Abstract]

2000

370. West, J.B. and O. Mathieu-Costello. Pulmonary circulation. In:. Exercise and Circulation in Health and Disease, edited by B. Saltin, R. Boushel, N.H. Secher and J. Mitchell. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2000.

371. West, J.B. Perspective on historical perspectives (commentary). J. Appl. Physiol. 88: 326, 2000.[PubMed]

372. Gerard, A.B., M.K. McElroy, I. Grant, M.J. Taylor, F.L. Powell, S. Holverda, N. Sentse and J.B. West. Six percent oxygen enrichment of room air at simulated 5000 m altitude improves some aspects of neuropsychologic function. High Alt. Med. Biol. 1: 51-61, 2000.[PubMed]

373. Prisk, G.K., A.E. Elliott and J.B. West. Sustained microgravity reduces the human ventilatory response to hypoxia but not to hypercapnia. J. Appl. Physiol. 88: 1421-1430, 2000.[PubMed]

374. West, J.B. Human limits for hypoxia: the physiological challenge of climbing Mt. Everest. Annals N.Y. Acad. Sci. 899: 15-27, 2000.[PubMed]

375. West, J.B. and P.D. Wagner. Ventilation, blood flow and gas exchange. In: Textbook of Respiratory Medicine, 3rd edition, edited by J.F. Murray and J.A. Nadel. Philadelphia: Saunders, 2000, pp. 55-89.

376. West, J.B. Physiology in microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 89: 379-384, 2000.[PubMed]

377. McElroy, M., A. Gerard, F.L. Powell, G.K. Prisk, N. Sentse, B. Holverda and J.B. West. Nocturnal O2 enrichment of room air at high altitude increases daytime O2 saturation without changing control of ventilation. High Alt. Med. Biol. 1: 197-206, 2000.[PubMed]

378. West, J.B. Gas exchange in health: altitude and microgravity. In: Pulmonary and Peripheral Gas Exchange in Health and Disease, edited by J. Roca, R. Rodriguez-Roisin and P. Wagner. New York: Dekker, 2000, pp. 149-175.

379. West, J.B. Pulmonary capillary stress failure. J. Appl. Physiol. 89: 2483-2489, 2000.[PubMed]

380. West, J.B. Book review ofHigh Altitude Medicine by Herbert N. Hultgren, M.D., Stanford, Hultgren Publications, 1997. The Pharos 63: 48, 2000.

2001

381. Maron, M.B., Z. Fu, O. Mathieu-Costello and J.B. West. Effect of very high capillary transmural pressures on capillary ultrastructure and permeability coefficients in dog lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 90: 638-648, 2001.[PubMed]

382. West, J.B. Safe upper limits for oxygen enrichment of room air at high altitude. High Alt. Med. Biol. 2: 47-51, 2001.[PubMed]

383. West, J.B. Letter from Chowri Kang. High Alt. Med. Biol. 2: 309-313, 2001.

384. West, J.B. Snorkel breathing in the elephant explains the unique anatomy of its pleura. Resp. Physiol. 126: 1-8, 2001.[PubMed]

385. Elliott, A.R., S.A. Shea, D.-J. Dijk, J.K. Wyatt, E. Reil, D.F. Neri, C.A. Czeisler, J.B. West and G.K. Prisk. Microgravity reduces sleep-disordered breathing in humans. Am. J. Resp. Crit. Care Med. 164: 475-485, 2001.[PubMed]

386. West, J.B. The atmosphere. In: High Altitude: An Exploration of Human Adaptation, edited by T.F. Hornbein and R.B. Schoene. New York: Dekker, 2001.

387. West, J.B. Historical aspects of the Early Soviet/Russian manned space program. J. Appl. Physiol. 91: 1501-1511, 2001.[PubMed]

388. Barash, I.A., C. Beatty, F.L. Powell, G.K. Prisk and J.B. West. Nocturnal oxygen enrichment of room air at 3800m altitude improves sleep architecture. High Alt. Med. Biol. 2: 525-533, 2001.

389. West, J.B. Foreword. In: Pulmonary Circulation: From Basic Mechanisms to Clinical Practice, by J.M.B. Hughes and N.W. Morrell. London, Imperial College Press, 2001.

390. Dijk, D.-J., D.F. Neri, J.K. Wyatt, J.M. Ronda, E. Riel, A. Ritz-De Cecco, R.J. Hughes, A.R. Elliott, G.K. Prisk, J.B. West and C.A. Czeisler. Sleep, performance, circadian rhythms, and light-dark cycles during two space shuttle flights. Am. J. Physiol.281: R1647-R1664, 2001.[PubMed]

391. West, J.B. Acute mountain sickness at the South Pole?High Alt. Med. Biol. 2: 559, 2001.

392. West, J.B. Altitude. In: The Oxford Companion to the Body, edited by S. Jennett and C. Blakemore. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.

393. West, J.B. Introduction to a previously unpublished paper by A.M. Kellas. High Alt. Med. Biol. 2: 427-429, 2001.

2002

394. Prisk, G.K., J.M. Fine, A.E. Elliott and J.B. West. Effect of 6-degree head-down tilt on cardiopulmonary function: comparison with microgravity. Aviat. Space Environ. Med. 73: 8-16, 2002.

395. West, J.B. Potential use of oxygen enrichment of room air in mountain resorts. High Alt. Med. Biol. 3: 59-64, 2002.

396. West, J.B. Why doesn't the elephant have a pleural space?NIPS 17: 47-50, 2002.

397. West, J.B. Commuting to high altitude: value of oxygen enrichment of room air. High Alt. Med. Biol. 3: 223-235, 2002.

399. West, J.B. Mountain medicine: from Marco Polo to present day trekkers. In: La Montagna, Ambiente per la Salute, Atti del Convegno Scientifico, edited by A. Ponchia. Universit? di Padova, 2002, pp. 7-12.

399. West, J.B. Thoughts on teaching physiology to medical students in 2002. The Physiologist 45: 389-393, 2002.

400. West, J.B. Importance of gravity in determining the distribution of pulmonary blood flow [letter]. J. Appl. Physiol. 93: 1888-1889, 2002.

401. West, J.B. Highest permanent human habitation. High Alt. Med. Biol. 3: 401-407, 2002.

2003

402. Prisk, G.K., H.J.B. Guy, J.B. West and J.W. Reed. Validation of measurements of ventilation-to-perfusion ratio inequality in the lung from expired gas. J. Appl. Physiol. 94: 1186?1192, 2003.

403. West, J.B. Failure on Everest: the oxygen equipment of the spring 1952 Swiss expedition. High Alt. Med. Biol. 4: 39-43, 2003.

404. Fu, Z., G. Heldt, and J.B. West. Increased fragility of pulmonary capillaries in newborn rabbit. Am. J. Physiol.: Lung Cell. Molec. Physiol. 284: L703-L709, 2003.

405. West, J.B. George I. Finch and his pioneering use of oxygen for climbing at extreme altitudes. J. Appl. Physiol. 94: 1702-1713, 2003.

406. Fu, Z., G.P. Heldt, and J.B. West. Thickness of the blood-gas barrier in premature and 1 day old newborn rabbit lungs. Am. J. Physiol.: Lung Cell. Molec. Physiol. 285: L130-L136, 2003.

407. West, J.B. Discussion on cognitive function at high altitude. In: Wellcome Witnesses to Twentieth Century Medicine, Vol. 16: The MRC Applied Psychology Unit, edited by L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey. London: Wellcome Trust, 2002, pp. 19-22.

408. Prisk, G.K., A.R. Elliott, M. Paiva and J.B. West. Sleep and respiration in microgravity. In: The Neurolab Spacelab Mission: Neuroscience Research in Space, NASA SP-2003-535, edited by J.C. Buckey, Jr. and J.L. Homick. Houston, TX: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2003, pp. 223-232.

409. Dijk, D.-J., J.C. Buckey, Jr., D.F. Neri, J.K. Wyatt, J.M. Ronda, E. Riel, G.K. Prisk, J.B. West and C.A. Czeisler. Portable sleep monitoring system. In: The Neurolab Spacelab Mission: Neuroscience Research in Space, NASA SP-2003-535, edited by J.C. Buckey, Jr. and J.L. Homick. Houston, TX: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2003, pp. 249-251.

410. West, J.B. Thoughts on the pulmonary blood-gas barrier. Am. J. Physiol.: Lung Cell. Mol. Physiol. 285: L501-L513, 2003.

411. West, J.B. A Memoir: Highs and Lows in Three Countries. Privately published; copy in the Mandeville Special Collections Library, UCSD, 2003.

412. West, J.B. Improving oxygenation at high altitude: acclimatization and O2 enrichment. High Alt. Med. Biol. 4: 389-398, 2003.

413. West, J.B. and A. Readhead. Working at high altitude: medical problems, misconceptions, and solutions. ALMA Memos #477, [http://www.alma.nrao.edu/memos/html-memos/alma477/memo477.pdf], 2003.

414. West J.B., Z. Fu, A.P. Gaeth and R.V. Short. Fetal lung development in the elephant reflects the adaptations required for snorkeling in adult life. Respir. Physiol. Neurobiol. 138: 325-333, 2003.

415. West J.B. The G.I. Finch controversy of 1921-1924: new physiological and medical insights. Alp. J. 108: 7-17, 2003.

2004

416. West J.B. Vulnerability of pulmonary capillaries during exercise. Ex. Sports Sci. Rev. 32: 24-30, 2004.

417. West J.B. Physiology of the pleura: lessons from the elephant. Intl. Pleural. Newsl. 2: 1-2, 2004.

418. West J.B. and A. Readhead. Working at high altitude: medical problems, misconceptions, and solutions. Observatory 124: 1-14, 2004.

419. West J.B. A century of pulmonary gas exchange. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 169: 897-902, 2004.

420. West J.B. The history of world high altitude congresses and the present situation of high altitude medical research. J. Qinghai Med. Coll. 25: 229-233, 2004.

421. West J.B. Understanding pulmonary gas exchange: ventilation-perfusion relationships. J. Appl. Physiol. 97: 1603-1604, 2004.

422. West J.B. Barcroft, Sir Joseph (1872-1947). In: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. 3, edited by H.C.G. Matthew and B. Harrison. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004, pp. 785-787.

423. West J.B. The birth of clinical body plethysmography: it was a good week. J. Clin. Invest. 114: 1043-1045, 2004.

424. West J.B. The physiologic basis of high-altitude diseases. Ann. Int. Med. 141: 789-800, 2004.

425. West J.B. Historical vignette: paralysis and blindness during a balloon ascent to high altitude. High Alt. Med. Biol. 5: 453-456, 2004.

2005

425A. West J.B. The physiologic basis of high-altitude diseases (letter). Ann. Int. Med. 142: 592, 2005.

426. West J.B. Robert Boyle?s landmark book of 1660 with the first experiments on rarified air. J. Appl. Physiol. 98: 31-39, 2005.

427. West J.B. Highs and lows in a career in respiratory physiology. In: ?I Remember. . .? Reflections on the American Thoracic Society?s First Century, edited by D.E. Schraufnagel. New York: American Thoracic Society, 2005, pp. 155-157 [http://www.thoracic.org/aboutats/vignettes/Vignette51.asp].

428. Maina, J.N. and J.B. West. Thin and strong! The bioengineering dilemma in the structural and functional design of the blood-gas barrier: comparative and evolutionary perspectives. Physiol. Rev. 85: 811-844, 2005.

429. West J.B. The physiological challenges of the 1952 Copenhagen poliomyelitis epidemic and a renaissance in clinical respiratory physiology. J. Appl. Physiol. 99: 424-432, 2005.

430. Prisk, G.K., J.M. Fine, T.K. Cooper and J.B. West. Pulmonary gas exchange is not impaired 24 h following extravehicular activity. J. Appl. Physiol. 99: 2233-2238, 2005.

431. West J.B. Fragility of pulmonary capillaries. In: Encyclopedia of the Microvasculature: Biology and Pathology, edited by D. Shepro. San Diego, CA: Elsevier, 2005.

432. West, J.B. High altitude, physiology and diseases. In: Encyclopedia of Repiratory Medicine, edited by G. Laurent and S. Shapiro. Oxford: Elsevier, 2005, pp. 272-278.

2006

433. West, J.B. Occasional Essay: How well-designed is the human lung?Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 173: 583-584, 2006.

434. West, J.B. Human responses to extreme altitude. Integr. Comp. Biol. 46: 25-34, 2006.[PDF]

435. West, J.B., R.R. Watson and Z. Fu. The honeycomb-like structure of the bird lung allows a uniquely thin blood-gas barrier. Respir. Physiol. Neurobiol. 152: 115-118, 2006,

436. Catron, T.F., F.L. Powell and J.B. West. A strategy for determining arterial blood gases on the summit of Mt. Everest. BMC Physiol. 6: 3 (8 Mar 2006), 2006.

437. Chernick, V. and J.B. West. The functional basis of respiratory pathology and disease. In: Kendig's Disorders of the Respiratory Tract in Children, 7th edition, edited by V. Chernick, T. Boat, R. Wilmott and A. Bush. Philadelphia: Saunders, 2006.

438. West, J.B. Altitude sickness. In: The Merck Manual, 18th edition, edited by M.H. Beers. Blue Bell, PA: Merck and Co., 2006, pp. 2613-2616.

439. West, J.B. Vulnerability of pulmonary capillaries in lung disease. Multidisc. Respir. Med. 1: 29-33, 2006.

440. Prisk, G.K., J.M. Fine, T.K. Cooper and J.B. West. Vital capacity, respiratory muscle strength and pulmonary gas exchange during long-duration exposure to microgravity. J. Appl. Physiol. 101: 439-447, 2006.

441. West, J.B. Adventures in high-altitude physiology. Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 588: 7-16, 2006.

442. West, J.B. and E. Sidebottom. Georges Dreyer and a forgotten episode of respiratory physiology at Oxford. J. Med. Biogr. 14: 140-149, 2006.

443. West, J.B. Vulnerability of pulmonary capillaries during severe exercise. Brit. J. Sports Med. 40: 821-823, 2006.

444. West, J.B. Did evolution go the wrong path for the human lung?Physiol. News. No. 65: 17-18, 2006. [http://www.physoc.org/publications/pn/issuepdf/65/17-18.pdf].

2007

445. West, J.B., R.R. Watson and Z. Fu. The human lung: did evolution get it wrong?Eur. Resp. J. 29: 11-17, 2007.

446. Watson, R.R.., Z. Fu and J.B. West. Morphometry of the extremely thin pulmonary blood-gas barrier in the chicken lung. Am. J. Physiol. Lung Cell. Mol. Physiol. 292: 769-777, 2007.

447. West, J.B., R.R. Watson and Z. Fu. Major differences in the pulmonary circulation between birds and mammals. Resp. Physiol. Neuro. 157: 382-390, 2007.

448. West, J.B. Point: the lactate paradox does occur during exercise at high altitude; Rebuttal; Last word. J. Appl. Physiol. 102: 2398-2399, 2401, 2409, 2007.

448a. West, J.B. Top footballers [on the decision by FIFA to ban international football games in La Paz, Bolivia]. Letter to the editor. The Times, London, June 5, 2007.

448b. West, J.B., R.R. Watson and Z. Fu. Support of pulmonary capillaries in avian lung. Letter to the Editor. Resp. Physiol. Neuro. 159: 146, 2007.

449. West, J.B. Room air oxygen enrichment with special reference to the Golmud-Lhasa railway. In: Life on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, edited by R.L. Ge and P. Hackett. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2007, pp. 43-46.

449a. West, J.B. Preface. In: Life on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, edited by R.L. Ge and P. Hackett. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2007, p. ix.

450. West, J.B. Football in La Paz, Bolivia. High Alt. Med. Biol. 8: 265-266, 2007.

451. Johansen, K., and West, J.B. Respiration. In: McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 10th edition, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007.

2008

452. West, J.B. J.S. Haldane and some of his contributions to physiology. Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 605: 9-15, 2008.

453. Watson, R.R., Z. Fu and?J.B. West. Minimal distensibility of pulmonary capillaries in avian lungs compared with mammalian lungs. Resp. Physiol. Neuro. 160: 208-214, 2008.

454. Prisk, G.K., J.M. Fine, T.K. Cooper and J.B. West. Lung function is unchanged in the 1G environment following 6-months exposure to microgravity. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 103: 617-623, 2008.

455. Hughes, J.M.B. and J.B. West. Point: Gravity is the major factor determining the distribution of blood flow in the human lung. Rebuttal; Last Word. J. Appl. Physiol. 104: 1531-1533, 1535, 1539, 2008.

456. West, J.B. The major limitation to exercise performance in COPD is inadequate energy supply to the respiratory and locomotor muscles vs. lower limb muscle dysfunction vs. dynamic hyperinflation. Defining 'dynamic hyperinflation.'J. Appl. Physiol. 105: 758, 2008.

457. West, J.B. Challenges in teaching the mechanics of breathing to medical and graduate students. Adv. Physiol. Ed. 32: 177-184, 2008.

458. West, J.B. Ibn al-Nafis, the pulmonary circulation, and the Islamic Golden Age. J. Appl. Physiol. 105: 1877-1880, 2008.

459. West, J.B. Foreword. In: George Ingle Finch's The Struggle for Everest, edited G.W. Rodway. Ross-on-Wye, UK: Carreg Ltd., 2008.

460. West, J.B. On becoming emeritus. E.A. Chronicles. UCSD Emeriti Association  8: 1-3, 2008. [http://emeriti.ucsd.edu/Chronicles/Newsletter82.pdf].

461. West, J.B. Have the special properties of bird mitochondria influenced the evolution of the avian lung? Nature inherently responsive rapid correspondence. [http://blogs.nature.com/hdy/inherentlyresponsive/2007/11/rapid_correspondence_more_on_mitochondri.html].

462. West, J.B. A new approach to very-high-altitude land travel: the train to Lhasa, Tibet. Ann. Int. Med. 149:898-900, 2008.

463. West, J.B. Comparisons of the pulmonary circulation in birds and mammals. In: Molecules to Migration: The Pressures of Life, edited by S. Morris and A, Vosloo. Bolgna, Italy: Medimond International Publishers, 2008, pp. 325-329.

464. West, J.B. Editorial for the 75th Anniversary Issue of Archivo de Biologia Andina. 14: 7-8, 2008.

2009

465. West, J.B. Arterial blood measurements in climbers on Mount Everest. Lancet. 373: 1589-1590. 2009.

466. West, J.B. Altitude sickness. In: The Merck Manual, Professional edition, 19th ed. Blue Bell, PA: Merck and Co., 2009.

467. West, J.B. Altitude illness. In: The Merck Manual of Medical Information, 3rd Home ed. Blue Bell, PA: Merck and Co., 2009.

468. West, J.B. Foreword. In: Intermittent Hypoxia, edited by Lei Xi and Tatiana V. Serebrovskaya. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, 2009.

469. Moore, G., S.C. Wong, C. Darquenne, T.S. Neuman, J.B. West and G.K. Prisk. Ventilation-perfusion inequality in the human lung is not increased following no-decompression-stop hyperbaric exposure. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 107:545-552, 2009.

470West, J.B. Comparative physiology of the pulmonary blood-gas barrier: the unique avian solution. Am. J. Physiol Regul. Integr. Comp. Physiol. 297: R1625-R1634, 2009.

2010

471. West, J.B. Z. Fu, T.J. Deerinck, M.R. Mackey, J.T. Obayashi, and M.H. Ellisman. Structure-Function Studies of Blood and Air Capillaries in Chicken Lung Using 3D Electron Microscopy. Resp. Physiol. Neuro. 170:202-209, 2010.

472. West, J.B. Two bioengineering solutions for a pulmonary circulation. In: Tribute to Y.C. Fung on His 90th Birthday, edited S. Chien, P. Chen, G. Schmid-Schoenbein, P. Tong, and S. Woo, 2010, pp.117-125.

473. West, J.B., Z. Fu,. Y. Gu, H.E.Wagner, J.A. Carr, and K.L. Peterson Pulmonary artery pressure responses to increased cardiac output in chickens with raised metabolic rate. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., Part A. 156:202-209, 2010.

474. Wagner, P.D., Powell, F., and West, J.B. Ventilation, blood flow and gas exchange. In: Textbook of Respiratory Medicine, 5th edition, vol. 1, edited by R.J. Mason, V.C. Broaddus, T.R. Martin, T.E. King, D.E. Schraufnagel, J.F. Murray, and J.A. Nadel. Philadelphia: Saunders, pp. 53–88, 2010.

475. West, J.B. American Medical Research Expedition to Everest. High Alt. Med. Biol. 11:103–110. <http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/abs/10.1089/ham.2009.1089>, 2010.

476. West, J.B. English Translation of "Nomenclature, Classification, and Diagnostic Criteria of High Altitude Disease in China." High Alt. Med. Biol.11:169–172. <http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/abs/10.1089/ham.2010.1014>, 2010.

477. West, J.B. Did Differences in Mitochondrial Properties Influence the Evolution of Avian and Mammalian Lungs? Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. PMID: 20675436., July 30, 2010.

478. Maina JN, West JB, Orgeig S, Foot NJ, Daniels CB, Kiama SG, Gehr P, Mühlfeld C, Blank F, Müller L, Lehmann A, Brandenberger C, Rothen-Rutishauser B. Recent Advances into Understanding Some Aspects of the Structure and Function of Mammalian and Avian Lungs. Physiol Biochem Zool 83: 792-807, 2010.

2011

479. West JB.  The Human Pulmonary Circulation: Historical Introduction. In Textbook of Pulmonary Vascular Disease, edited by Jason X.-J. Yuan, Joe G.N. Garcia, Charles A. Hales, Stuart Rich, Stephen L. Archer, and John B. West. New York: Springer, 2011, pp. 3-12.

480. West, J.B.  History of respiratory gas exchange. Comprehensive Physiology. 1:1509-15523 2011. DOI: 10.1002/cphy.c091006

481. West, J.B.  Comparative physiology of the pulmonary circulation. Comprehensive Physiology. 1:1525-1539, 2011. DOI: 10.1002/cphy.c090001

482. West, J.B. Causes of and compensations for hypoxemia and hypercapnia. Comprehensive Physiology. 1:1541-1553, 2011. DOI: 10.1002/cphy.c091007

483. West, J.B. Lectures in Respiratory Physiology. http://meded.ucsd.edu/ifp/jwest/, 2011.   

484. West, J.B. 100th Anniversary of the Pikes Peak expedition to high altitude. Physiology News. 84: 48-49, 2011.

485. West, J.B. A Web-based Course of Lectures in Respiratory Physiology. Advances in Physiology Education. 35: 249-251, 2011.

486. West, J.B. Lectures in Pulmonary Pathophysiology. http://meded.ucsd.edu/ifp/jwest/, 2011.

487. West, J.B. Studies on astronauts in the NASA space program. Prince Alfred College Science Journal, 67:2-5.

2012

488. West, J.B. History of respiratory mechanics prior to World War II. Compr Physiol. 2: 609-619. DOI: 10.1002/cphy.c080112.

489. West, J.B. Centenary of the Anglo-American High-Altitude Expedition to Pikes Peak. Experimental Physiology. 97:1-9.

490. West, J.B. Internet-based Course on Pulmonary Pathophysiology. Adv. Physiol. Educ
36:1-2.

491. West, J.B. Concise Clinical Review: High Altitude Medicine. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 186:1229-1237.

492. West, J.B. The physiological legacy of the Fenn, Rahn, and Otis school. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 303: L845-51.

493. West, J.B. Career perspective: John B West. Extreme Physiology & Medicine  1:11. DOI: 10.1186/2046-7648-1-11

494. West, J.B. The role of the fragility of the pulmonary blood-gas barrier in the evolution of the pulmonary circulation. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 304: R171-R176.

2013

495.  West, J.B. Marcello Malpighi and the discovery of the pulmonary capillaries and alveoli. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 304:L383-90.

496. West, J.B. Torricelli and the ocean of air: the first measurement of barometric pressure. Physiology (Bethesda) 28:66-73.

497.  Di Giulio, C. and West, J.B. Angelo Mosso's experiments at very low barometric pressures. High Alt Med Biol. 14:78-79.

498.   West, J.B. Fragility of pulmonary capillaries. J Appl Physiol. 115:1-15.

499.   West, J.B. A strategy for in-flight measurements of physiology of pilots of high-performance fighter aircraft. J Appl Physiol. 115:145-149.

500.   West, J.B., Richalet JP. Denis Jourdanet (1815-1892) and the early recognition of the role of hypoxia at high altitude. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 305: L333-L340.

501.   West, J.B. Joseph Barcroft's studies of high altitude physiology. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. Aug 30. 305:L523-529.

502.   Carter J.R., West, J.B. Space physiology within an exercise physiology curriculum. Adv Physiol Educ. 37: 220-226.

503.   West, J.B. The collaboration of Antoine and Marie-Anne Lavoisier and the first measurements of human oxygen consumption. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 2013 Oct 4. 305:L775-785.

504.   West, J.B. GOLD Executive Summary. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 188:1366-1367.

2014

505.   West, J.B. Joseph Priestley, Oxygen, and the Enlightenment. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol.  306:L111-119.

506.   West, J.B. Joseph Black, carbon dioxide, latent heat, and the beginnings of the discovery of the respiratory gases. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 306:L1057-1063.

507.   West, J.B. Henry Cavendish (1731-1810): hydrogen, carbon dioxide, water, and weighing the world. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 307:L1-6.

508.   West, J.B. Galen and the beginnings of Western physiology. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 307:L121-L128.

509.   West, J.B. Robert Hooke: Early respiratory physiologist, polymath, and mechanical genius. Physiology. 29:222-233.

510.   West, J.B. Humphry Davy, nitrous oxide, the Pneumatic Institution, and the Royal Institution. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 307:L661-667.

511.   West, J.B. Carl Wilhelm Scheele, the discoverer of oxygen, and a very productive chemist. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 307:L811-816.

2015

512.   West, J.B. High-altitude medicine. Lancet Respir Med. 2015 Jan; 3:12-13.

513.  West JB. Working at high altitude. High Alt Med Biol. 2014 Sep; 15(3):307-8.

514.  West JB. Predicting acute mountain sickness. High Alt Med Biol. 2014 Dec; 15(4):427.

515.  West JB. High altitude medicine and biology in China. High Alt Med Biol. 2015 Mar; 16(1):1.

516.  West JB. Early history of high-altitude physiology. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2016 Feb; 1365(1):33-42.

517.  West JB. Recent Advances in High Altitude Medicine and Biology. High Alt Med Biol. 2015 Jun; 16(2):73.

518.  West JB. A strategy for oxygen conditioning at high altitude: comparison with air conditioning. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2015 Sep 15; 119(6):719-23.

519.  West JB. Oxygen Conditioning at High Altitude. High Alt Med Biol. 2015 Sep; 16(3):
173-4.

520.  West JB. Passing the Baton. High Alt Med Biol. 2015 Dec; 16(4):269.

521.  West JB. A strategy for reducing neonatal mortality at high altitude using oxygen conditioning. J Perinatol. 35:900-902.

522.  West JB. Stress failure of the pulmonary blood-gas barrier.  In: The vertebrate blood-gas barrier in health and disease, ed. A Makanya, New York, Springer, 2015. 

523.  West JB. Recent advances in the structure and function of the avian pulmonary circulation. In: The biology of the avian respiratory system, ed. J Maina, New York, Springer, 2015. 

2016

524.  West JB. Barcroft's bold assertion: All dwellers at high altitudes are persons of impaired physical and mental powers. J Physiol. 2016 Mar 1; 594(5):1127-34.

525.  West JB. Frank Low and the first images of the ultrastructure of the pulmonary blood-gas barrier. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 2016 Mar 1; 310(5):L387-92.

526.  West JB. Everest Physiology Pre-2008. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2016; 903:457-63.

527.  West JB. Oxygen Conditioning: A New Technique for Improving Living and Working at High Altitude. Physiology (Bethesda). 2016 May; 31(3):216-22. 

528.  West JB. Evolution of the pulmonary circulation and the right heart.  In: Pulmonary circulation, disease and their treatment, ed,  A J Peacock et al. London, CRC Press, 2016. 

2017

529.  West J. Leonardo da Vinci: engineer, bioengineer, anatomist and artist. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 2017 Jan 27; ajplung.00378.2016. PMID: 28130260.