Audrey Borghi Silva

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Heart rate variability (HRV) and respiration recorded during sleep from 8 patients suffering from difficult-to-control asthma were studied to investigate autonomic nervous system control of cardiac and respiratory activities, and of cardio-respiratory coupling during different sleep stages.
BACKGROUND Type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) is responsible for a significant reduction in the quality of life due to its negative impact on functional capacity. Cardiopulmonary fitness impairment in DM patients has been associated with limited tissue oxygenation. Phototherapy is widely utilized to treat several disorders due to expected light-tissue(More)
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