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High altitude metahemoglobinemia
SUMMARY. All high altitudes the human erythrocyte, subject to a permanent hypoxy, is the site of metabolic changes among which metahemoglobin has drawn our attention. The present work presents an. argument in favor of the ...
Dietary intake and physical activity of Bolivian schollboys at high altitude
A population of about 50 schoolboys from 10-12 years old living in the city of La Paz - Bolivia at an altitude between 3600 and 4100 m are studied. Food consumption and physical activity is measured by 24-hours interviews. ...
Comparison of 10-12 years old schoolboys living at high (4100m) and at low (450m) altitude in Bolivia
(Int. J. Sports Med., 1992)
Chronic mountain sickness, optimal hemoglobin and heart disease
(High Altitude Medicine & Biology, 2006-06)
Abstract. For the male inhabitants of La Paz, Bolivia (3200–4100 m), and other high altitude regions in America and Asia, chronic mountain sickness (CMS) is a major health problem. Since CMS was first described by Carlos ...
Modifications des conditions du culture cellulaire en haute altitude
(C.R. Soc. Biol., 1970)
Mécanique ventilatoire chez l'homme à haute alltitude
(C.R. Soc. Biol., 1969)
La ventilation pulmonaire des sujets nés á haute altitude est moins importante que celle des sujets originaires des plaines acclimatés à la même altitude, tant au repos qu'au cours de l'exercice musculaire. Cette différence ...
The haematological characteristics of high-altitude populations
(Cambridge University Press, 1977)
Effects of posture on pulmonary diffusion capacity and regional distribution of pulmonary blood flow in normal male and female high altitude dwellers at 3,650 m. (12,200 ft)
Abstract. Studies of the distribution of pulmonary blood flow (Q) at the altitude of La Paz (3,650 m) were extended to the left upper (LUZ) and left lower lung zones (LLZ) from those previously reported for the right ...