Dudley F. Rochester, MD
Dudley F. Rochester, MD
Emeritus Professor of Medicine
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
Rochester DF, Durand J, Parker JO, Fritts HW Jr., Harvey RM: Estimation of right ventricular output in man using radioactive krypton (Kr85). J Clin Invest 40:643‑648, 1961.
Rochester DF, Pradel‑Guena M: Measurement of diaphragmatic blood flow in dogs from 133Xenon clearance. J Appl Physiol 34:68‑74, 1973.
Rochester DF: Measurement of diaphragmatic blood flow and oxygen consumption in the dog using the Kety Schmidt technique. J Clin Invest 53:1216‑1225, 1974.
Rochester DF, Bettini G: Diaphragmatic blood flow and energy expenditure in the dog: Effect of inspiratory air flow resistance and hypercapnia. J Clin Invest 57:661‑672, 1976.
Rochester DF, Braun NMT, Laine S: Diaphragmatic energy expenditure in chronic respiratory failure: The effect of assisted ventilation with body respirators. Am J Med 63:223‑232, 1977.
Braun NMT, Arora NS, Rochester DF: Force‑length relation of the normal human diaphragm. J Appl Physiol 53:405‑412, 1982.
Arora NS, Rochester DF: Effect of body weight and muscularity on human diaphragm muscle mass, thickness and area. J Appl Physiol 52:64‑70, 1982.
Aldrich TK, Arora NS, Rochester DF: The influence of airway obstruction and respiratory muscle strength on maximum voluntary ventilation in lung disease. Am Rev Respir Dis 126:195‑199, 1982.
Arora NS, Rochester DF: Respiratory muscle strength and maximum voluntary ventilation in undernourished patients. Am Rev Respir Dis 126:5‑8, 1982.
Rochester DF, Braun NMT: Determinants of maximal inspiratory pressure in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Am Rev Respir Dis 132:42‑47, 1985.
Petroll WM, Knight H, Rochester DF: Effect of lower rib cage expansion and diaphragm shortening on the zone of apposition. J Appl Physiol 68:484‑488, 1990.
Petroll WM, Knight H, Rochester DF: A model approach to assess diaphragmatic volume displacement. J Appl Physiol 69:2175‑2182, 1990.
Knight H, Petroll WM, Rochester DF: Relationships between abdominal and diaphragmatic volume displacements. J Appl Physiol 71:565‑572, 1991.
Rochester DF, Enson Y: Current concepts in the pathogenesis of the obesity‑hypoventilation syndrome: mechanical and circulatory factors. Am J Med 47:402‑420, 1974.
Rochester DF, Arora NS, Braun NMT: Maximum contractile force of human diaphragm muscle, determined in vivo. Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association 93:200‑208, 1981.