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    1. Imoberdorf, R; Garlick, PJ; McNurlan, MA; Casella, GA; Peheim, E; Turgay, M; Bartsch, P; Ballmer, PE
      Enhanced synthesis of albumin and fibrinogen at high altitude

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Walter, R; Maggiorini, M; Scherrer, U; Contesse, J; Reinhart, WH
      Effects of high-altitude exposure on vascular endothelial growth factor levels in man

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Burtscher, M; Bachmann, O; Hatzl, T; Hotter, B; Likar, R; Philadelphy, M; Nachbauer, W
      Cardiopulmonary and metabolic responses in healthy elderly humans during a1-week hiking programme at high altitude

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Stauffer, WM; Konop, RJ; Kamat, D
      Traveling with infants and young children Part I: Anticipatory guidance: Travel preparation and preventive health advice

      JOURNAL OF TRAVEL MEDICINE
    5. Basnyat, B; Cumbo, TA; Edelman, R
      Infections at high altitude

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    6. Westerterp, KR
      Energy and water balance at high altitude

      NEWS IN PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    7. Kaur, C; You, Y; Singh, J; Peng, CM; Ling, EA
      Expression of Fos immunoreactivity in some catecholaminergic brainstem neurons in rats following high-altitude exposure

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    8. Imray, CHE; Clarke, T; Forster, PJG; Harvey, TC; Hoar, H; Walsh, S; Wright, AD
      Carbon dioxide contributes to the beneficial effect of pressurization in aportable hyperbaric chamber at high altitude

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    9. Bailey, DM; Davies, B; Young, IS; Hullin, DA; Seddon, PS
      A potential role for free radical-mediated skeletal muscle soreness in thepathophysiology of acute mountain sickness

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    10. Domej, W; Tilz, GP; Dimai, HP; Friedl, K; Berghold, F; Lang, JK; Schwaberger, G
      Unilateral high-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE): A case report and discussion of pathophysiology

      WIENER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    11. Hackett, PH; Roach, RC
      Current concepts: High-altitude illness.

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    12. Burtscher, M; Likar, R; Nachbauer, W; Philadelphy, M; Puhringer, R; Lammle, T
      Effects of aspirin during exercise on the incidence of high-altitude headache: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

      HEADACHE
    13. Morocz, IA; Zientara, GP; Gudbjartsson, H; Muza, S; Lyons, T; Rock, PB; Kikinis, R; Jolesz, FA
      Volumetric quantification of brain swelling after hypobaric hypoxia exposure

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    14. Pavlicek, V; Marti, HH; Grad, S; Gibbs, JSR; Kol, C; Wenger, RH; Gassmann, M; Kohl, J; Maly, FE; Oelz, O; Koller, EA; Schirlo, C
      Effects of hypobaric hypoxia on vascular endothelial growth factor and theacute phase response in subjects who are susceptible to high-altitude pulmonary oedema

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Supuran, CT; Scozzafava, A
      Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors and their therapeutic potential

      EXPERT OPINION ON THERAPEUTIC PATENTS
    16. Kinoshita, N; Yamazaki, H; Onishi, S; Oguma, Y; Katsukawa, F; Horii, M
      Physiological profile of middle-aged and older climbers who ascended Gasherbrum II, an 8035-m Himalayan peak

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES
    17. Hartmann, G; Tschop, M; Fischer, R; Bidlingmaier, C; Riepl, R; Tschop, K; Hautmann, H; Endres, S; Toepfer, M
      High altitude increases circulating interleukin-6, interleukin-1 receptor antagonist and C-reactive protein

      CYTOKINE
    18. Mullner-Eidenbock, A; Rainer, G; Strenn, K; Zidek, T
      High-altitude retinopathy and retinal vascular dysregulation

      EYE
    19. Fischer, R; Lang, SM; Steiner, U; Toepfer, M; Hautmann, H; Pongratz, H; Huber, RM
      Theophylline improves acute mountain sickness

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    20. Imray, CHE; Brearey, S; Clarke, T; Hale, D; Morgan, J; Walsh, S; Wright, AD
      Cerebral oxygenation at high altitude and the response to carbon dioxide, hyperventilation and oxygen

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    21. Cymerman, A; Rock, PB; Muza, SR; Lyons, TP; Fulco, CS; Mazzeo, RS; Butterfield, G; Moore, LG
      Intraocular pressure and acclimatization to 4300 M altitude

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    22. Roggla, G; Moser, B; Wagner, A; Roggla, M
      Correlation between raised body temperature and acute mountain sickness score at moderate altitude

      WIENER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    23. Jansen, GFA; Krins, A; Basnyat, B; Bosch, A; Odoom, JA
      Cerebral autoregulation in subjects adapted and not adapted to high altitude

      STROKE
    24. Nicolas, M; Thullier-Lestienne, F; Bouquet, C; Gardette, B; Gortan, C; Richalet, JP; Abraini, JH
      A study of mood changes and personality during a 31-day period of chronic hypoxia in a hypobaric chamber (Everest-Comex 97)

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    25. Bolmont, B; Thullier, F; Abraini, JH
      Relationships between mood states and performances in reaction time, psychomotor ability, and mental efficiency during a 31-day gradual decompressionin a hypobaric chamber from sea level to 8848 m equivalent altitude

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    26. Karakucuk, S; Mirza, GE
      Ophthalmological effects of high altitude

      OPHTHALMIC RESEARCH
    27. Serebrovskaya, TV; Karaban, IN; Kolesnikova, EE; Mishunina, TM; Swanson, RJ; Beloshitsky, PV; Ilyin, VN; Krasuk, AN; Safronova, OS; Kuzminskaya, LA
      Geriatric men at altitude: Hypoxic ventilatory sensitivity and blood dopamine changes

      RESPIRATION
    28. Serrano-Duenas, M
      Acute mountain sickness: clinical characteristics of a cohort of 615 patients

      MEDICINA CLINICA
    29. Silber, E
      Upper limb motor function at 5000 metres: determinants of performance and residual sequelae

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    30. Stivalet, P; Leifflen, D; Poquin, D; Savourey, G; Launay, JC; Barraud, PA; Raphel, C; Bittel, J
      Positive expiratory pressure as a method for preventing the impairment of attentional processes by hypoxia

      ERGONOMICS
    31. Maloney, J; Wang, D; Duncan, T; Voelkel, N; Ruoss, S
      Plasma vascular endothelial growth factor in acute mountain sickness

      CHEST
    32. Bartsch, P; Eichenberger, U; Ballmer, PE; Gibbs, JSR; Schirlo, C; Oelz, O; Mayatepek, E
      Urinary leukotriene E-4 levels are not increased prior to high-altitude pulmonary edema

      CHEST
    33. Kanstrup, IL; Poulsen, TD; Hansen, JM; Andersen, LJ; Bestle, MH; Christensen, NJ; Olsen, NV
      Blood pressure and plasma catecholamines in acute and prolonged hypoxia: effects of local hypothermia

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Jansen, GFA; Krins, A; Basnyat, B
      Cerebral vasomotor reactivity at high altitude in humans

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    35. Basnyat, B; Savard, GK; Zafren, K
      Trends in the workload of the two high altitude aid posts in the Nepal Himalayas

      JOURNAL OF TRAVEL MEDICINE
    36. Bouquet, CA; Gardette, B; Gortan, C; Abraini, JH
      Psychomotor skills learning under chronic hypoxia

      NEUROREPORT
    37. Mason, NP; Barry, PW; Despiau, G; Gardette, B; Richalet, JP
      Cough frequency and cough receptor sensitivity to citric acid challenge during a simulated ascent to extreme altitude

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    38. Krieger, BP; de la Hoz, RE
      Altitude-related pulmonary disorders

      CRITICAL CARE CLINICS
    39. Berre, J; Vachiery, JL; Moraine, JJ; Naeije, R
      Cerebral blood flow velocity responses to hypoxia in subjects who are susceptible to high-altitude pulmonary oedema

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY AND OCCUPATIONAL PHYSIOLOGY
    40. Butterfield, GE
      Nutrient requirements at high altitude

      CLINICS IN SPORTS MEDICINE
    41. Nicolas, M; Thullier-Lestienne, F; Bouquet, C; Gardette, B; Gortan, C; Joulia, F; Bonnon, M; Richalet, JP; Therme, P; Abraini, JH
      An anxiety, personality and altitude symptomatology study during a 31-day period of hypoxia in a hypobaric chamber (experiment 'Everest-Comex 1997')

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    42. Anooshiravani, M; Dumont, L; Mardirosoff, C; Soto-Debeuf, G; Delavelle, J
      Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and neurological changes after a single high altitude climb

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    43. Bartsch, P
      High altitude pulmonary edema

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    44. Basnyat, B; Lemaster, J; Litch, JA
      Everest or bust: A cross sectional, epidemiological study of acute mountain sickness at 4243 meters in the Himalayas

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    45. Lawless, NP; Dillard, TA; Torrington, KG; Davis, HQ; Kamimori, G
      Improvement in hypoxemia at 4600 meters of simulated altitude with carbohydrate ingestion

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    46. Ramirez, G; Bittle, PA; Rosen, R; Rabb, H; Pineda, D
      High altitude living: Genetic and environmental adaptation

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    47. Burtscher, M
      High-attitude headache: Epidemiology, pathophysiology, therapy and prophylaxis

      WIENER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    48. Bonnon, M; Noel-Jorand, MC; Therme, P
      Criteria for psychological adaptation to high-altitude hypoxia

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    49. Westerterp-Plantenga, MS
      Effects of extreme environments on food intake in human subjects

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
    50. Weiss, EA
      Medical considerations for wilderness and adventure travelers

      MEDICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    51. Butler, FK
      The eye at altitude

      INTERNATIONAL OPHTHALMOLOGY CLINICS
    52. Krabbe, C; Hammerer, M; Kritzinger, K
      Arterial hypertension, respiratory failure and polycythaemia, an unusual cause of nocturnal sleep-associated breathing disorder in a 51-year-old man

      DEUTSCHE MEDIZINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    53. XU FP; SEVERINGHAUS JW
      RAT-BRAIN VEGF EXPRESSION IN ALVEOLAR HYPOXIA - POSSIBLE ROLE IN HIGH-ALTITUDE CEREBRAL EDEMA

      Journal of applied physiology (1985)
    54. SHUKITTHALE B; BANDERET LE; LIEBERMAN HR
      ELEVATION-DEPENDENT SYMPTOM, MOOD, AND PERFORMANCE CHANGES PRODUCED BY EXPOSURE TO HYPOBARIC HYPOXIA

      The International journal of aviation psychology
    55. BURTSCHER M; LIKAR R; NACHBAUER W; PHILADELPHY M
      ASPIRIN FOR PROPHYLAXIS AGAINST HEADACHE AT HIGH-ALTITUDES - RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRIAL

      BMJ. British medical journal
    56. Swenson, ER
      Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors and ventilation: a complex interplay of stimulation and suppression

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    57. KOZARSKY PE
      PREVENTION OF COMMON TRAVEL AILMENTS

      Infectious disease clinics of North America
    58. RITSCHEL WA; PAULOS C; ARANCIBIA A; AGRAWAL MA; WETZELSBERGER KM; LUCKER PW
      URINARY-EXCRETION OF ACETAZOLAMIDE IN HEALTHY-VOLUNTEERS AFTER SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO HIGH-ALTITUDE

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    59. SAVOUREY G; CATERINI R; LAUNAY JC; GUINET A; BESNARD Y; HANNIQUET AM; BITTEL J
      POSITIVE END-EXPIRATORY PRESSURE AS A METHOD FOR PREVENTING ACUTE MOUNTAIN-SICKNESS

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    60. BUCK A; SCHIRLO C; JASINSKY V; WEBER B; BURGER C; VONSCHULTHESS GK; KOLLER EA; PAVLICEK V
      CHANGES OF CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW DURING SHORT-TERM EXPOSURE TO NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    61. ZAFREN K
      GAMOW BAG FOR HIGH-ALTITUDE CEREBRAL EDEMA

      Lancet
    62. Hackett, PH; Yarnell, PR; Hill, R; Reynard, K
      High-altitude cerebral edema evaluated with magnetic resonance imaging - Clinical correlation and pathophysiology

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    63. RAMIREZ G; PINEDA D; BITTLE PA; RABB H; ROSEN R; VESELY D; SASAKI S
      PARTIAL RENAL RESISTANCE TO ARGININE-VASOPRESSIN AS AN ADAPTATION TO HIGH-ALTITUDE LIVING

      Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
    64. RITSCHEL WA; PAULOS C; ARANCIBIA A; AGRAWAL MA; WETZELSBERGER KM; LUCKER PW
      PHARMACOKINETICS OF ACETAZOLAMIDE IN HEALTHY-VOLUNTEERS AFTER SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO HIGH-ALTITUDE

      Journal of clinical pharmacology
    65. ALLEMANN Y; SANER H; MEIER B
      EXPOSURE TO HIGH-ALTITUDE AND AIR-TRAVEL IN CORONARY-DISEASE

      Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift
    66. RODAS G; JAVIERRE C; GARRIDO E; SEGURA R; VENTURA JL
      NORMOXIC VENTILATORY RESPONSE IN LOWLANDER AND SHERPA ELITE CLIMBERS

      Respiration physiology
    67. JOSEPH V; DALMAZ Y; COTTETEMARD JM; PEQUIGNOT JM
      DEXAMETHASONES INFLUENCE ON TYROSINE-HYDROXYLASE ACTIVITY IN THE CHEMOREFLEX PATHWAY AND ON THE HYPOXIC VENTILATORY RESPONSE

      Pflugers Archiv
    68. DUENAS MS
      HIGH-ALTITUDE PULMONARY-EDEMA - STUDY OF 21 CASES

      Medicina Clinica
    69. KLOCKE DL; DECKER WW; STEPANEK J
      ALTITUDE-RELATED ILLNESSES

      Mayo Clinic proceedings
    70. ZACCARIA M; ROCCO S; NOVENTA D; VARNIER M; OPOCHER G
      SODIUM REGULATING HORMONES AT HIGH-ALTITUDE - BASAL AND POSTEXERCISE LEVELS

      The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    71. Selvamurthy, W; Basu, CK
      High altitude maladies: recent trends in medical management

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOMETEOROLOGY
    72. HANAOKA M; KUBO K; YAMAZAKI Y; MIYAHARA T; MATSUZAWA Y; KOBAYASHI T; SEKIGUCHI M; OTA M; WATANABE H
      ASSOCIATION OF HIGH-ALTITUDE PULMONARY-EDEMA WITH THE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX

      Circulation
    73. HARRIS MD; TERRIO J; MISER WF; YETTER JF
      HIGH-ALTITUDE MEDICINE

      American family physician
    74. ASANO M; KANEOKA K; NOMURA T; ASANO K; SONE H; TSURUMARU K; YAMASHITA K; MATSUO K; SUZUKI H; OKUDA Y
      INCREASE IN SERUM VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH-FACTOR LEVELS DURING ALTITUDE TRAINING

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    75. Sand, T; Nygaard, O
      Quantitative EEG in acute mountain sickness

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    76. HASHIMOTO F; MCWILLIAMS B; QUALLS C
      PULMONARY VENTILATORY FUNCTION DECREASES IN PROPORTION TO INCREASING ALTITUDE

      Wilderness & environmental medicine
    77. BASNYAT B
      SEIZURE AND HEMIPARESIS AT HIGH-ALTITUDE OUTSIDE THE SETTING OF ACUTEMOUNTAIN-SICKNESS

      Wilderness & environmental medicine
    78. BASNYAT B; LITCH JA
      MEDICAL PROBLEMS OF PORTERS AND TREKKERS IN THE NEPAL HIMALAYA

      Wilderness & environmental medicine
    79. LINDE L; GUSTAFSSON C; ORNHAGEN H
      EFFECTS OF REDUCED OXYGEN PARTIAL-PRESSURE ON COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN CONFINED SPACES

      Military psychology
    80. DAVIS WM; WATERS IW
      HIGH-ALTITUDE MAY BE SYNERGISTIC WITH PULMONARY HAZARDS OF APPETITE CONTROL MEDICATIONS FENFLURAMINE AND DEXFENFLURAMINE

      Medical hypotheses
    81. BARRY PW; MASON NP; RIORDAN M; OCALLAGHAN C
      COUGH FREQUENCY AND COUGH-RECEPTOR SENSITIVITY ARE INCREASED IN MAN AT ALTITUDE

      Clinical science
    82. BOUCHET P; MORLET D; BERTRAND O; FISCHER C; RICHALET JP; PERNIER J
      EFFECTS OF ALTITUDE HYPOXIA ON MIDDLE LATENCY AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN HUMANS

      Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
    83. GUSTAFSSON C; GENNSER M; ORNHAGEN H; DEREFELDT G
      EFFECTS OF NORMOBARIC HYPOXIC CONFINEMENT ON VISUAL AND MOTOR-PERFORMANCE

      Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
    84. SHUKITTHALE B; ASKEW EW; LIEBERMAN HR
      EFFECTS OF 30 DAYS OF UNDERNUTRITION ON REACTION-TIME, MOODS, AND SYMPTOMS

      Physiology & behavior
    85. SAMAJA M
      BLOOD-GAS TRANSPORT AT HIGH-ALTITUDE

      Respiration
    86. BARTSCH P
      HIGH-ALTITUDE PULMONARY-EDEMA

      Respiration
    87. LEWIS DM; BRADWELL AR; SHORE AC; BEAMAN M; TOOKE JE
      CAPILLARY FILTRATION COEFFICIENT AND URINARY ALBUMIN LEAK AT ALTITUDE

      European journal of clinical investigation
    88. GE RL; MATSUZAWA Y; TAKEOKA M; KUBO K; SEKIGUCHI M; KOBAYASHI T
      LOW PULMONARY DIFFUSING-CAPACITY IN SUBJECTS WITH ACUTE MOUNTAIN-SICKNESS

      Chest
    89. SAMAJA M; MARIANI C; PRESTINI A; CERRETELLI P
      ACID-BASE-BALANCE AND O-2 TRANSPORT AT HIGH-ALTITUDE

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    90. KLEGER GR; BARTSCH P; VOCK P; HEILIG B; ROBERTS LJ; BALLMER PE
      EVIDENCE AGAINST AN INCREASE IN CAPILLARY-PERMEABILITY IN SUBJECTS EXPOSED TO HIGH-ALTITUDE

      Journal of applied physiology
    91. ZAFREN K; REEVES JT; SCHOENE R
      TREATMENT OF HIGH-ALTITUDE PULMONARY-EDEMA BY BED REST AND SUPPLEMENTAL OXYGEN

      Wilderness & environmental medicine
    92. EICHENBERGER U; WEISS E; RIEMANN D; OELZ O; BARTSCH P
      NOCTURNAL PERIODIC BREATHING AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACUTE HIGH-ALTITUDE ILLNESS

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    93. PICCOLI A; PIAZZA P; NOVENTA D; PILLON L; ZACCARIA M
      A NEW METHOD FOR MONITORING HYDRATION AT HIGH-ALTITUDE BY BIOIMPEDANCE ANALYSIS

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    94. DEANGELIS C; FERRI C; URBANI L; FARRACE S
      EFFECT OF ACUTE EXPOSURE TO HYPOXIA ON ELECTROLYTES AND WATER METABOLISM REGULATORY HORMONES

      Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
    95. HULTGREN HN
      HIGH-ALTITUDE PULMONARY-EDEMA - CURRENT CONCEPTS

      Annual review of medicine
    96. MARKOV G; ORLER R; BOUTELLIER U
      RESPIRATORY TRAINING, HYPOXIC VENTILATORY RESPONSE AND ACUTE MOUNTAIN-SICKNESS

      Respiration physiology
    97. KAMINSKY DA; JONES K; SCHOENE RB; VOELKEL NF
      URINARY LEUKOTRIENE E(4) LEVELS IN HIGH-ALTITUDE PULMONARY-EDEMA - A POSSIBLE ROLE FOR INFLAMMATION

      Chest
    98. ROACH JM; MUZA SR; ROCK PB; LYONS TP; LILLY CM; DRAZEN JM; CYMERMAN A
      URINARY LEUKOTRIENE E(4) LEVELS INCREASE UPON EXPOSURE TO HYPOBARIC HYPOXIA

      Chest
    99. POTT F; JENSEN K; HANSEN H; CHRISTENSEN NJ; LASSEN NA; SECHER NH
      MIDDLE CEREBRAL-ARTERY BLOOD VELOCITY AND PLASMA-CATECHOLAMINES DURING EXERCISE

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    100. SEVERINGHAUS JW
      HYPOTHETICAL ROLES OF ANGIOGENESIS, OSMOTIC SWELLING, AND ISCHEMIA INHIGH-ALTITUDE CEREBRAL EDEMA

      Journal of applied physiology


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