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    • Sleep apneas in high altitude residents (3,800 m) 

      Normad, H; Vargas, E; Bordachar, J; Benoit, O; Raynaud, J (Int. J. Sports Med., 1992)
      The question is: to what extent periodic breathing usually observed in translocated subjects at high altitude affects normal and polycythemic residents of high altitude? Standard sleep parameters, chest wall movements, ...