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Increasing respiratory dead space improves sleep disordered breathing and hypoxemia in patients with chronic mountain sickness
(The FASEB Journal, 2011-04-25)
Chronic mountain sickness (CMS) is a major public health problem characterized by chronic hypoxemia and erythrocytosis. The underlying mechanism is unknown. Sleep disordered breathing (SDB) is frequent at high altitude. ...
Adrenocortical suppression in highland chick embryos is restored during incubation at sea level
(High Altitude Medicine & Biology, 2011)
Abstract Salinas, Carlo E., Mercedes Villena, Carlos E. Blanco, and Dino A. Giusssani. Adrenocortical suppression in highland chick embryos is restored during incubation at sea level. High Alt. Med. Biol. 12:79–87, ...
Response to letters regarding article, "Pulmonary and systemic vascular dysfunction in young offspring of mothers with preeclampsia"
We thank Lazdam et al and Yuan et al for their interesting comments on our study.1 Lazdam et al point out that in our study, birth weight in offspring of mothers with preeclampsia was significantly lower than in controls, ...
Perinatal origins of chronic mountain sickness : the role of perinatal hypoxia in the development of CMS
(Meeting VII Congress World Medicine and Physiology High Altitude, 2011)
Chronic mountain sickness (CMS) is a significant public health problem for the more than 140 million persons residing at high altitudes (>2500 m) yet its etiology remains incompletely urderstood because, in part, the ...