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Exercise rehabilitation programmes are increasingly recommended in young asthmatics, but it is unclear whether or not training should incorporate instructions on breathing pattern. In this study, we examined the effects of voluntarily decreasing breathing frequency on their ventilatory equivalents for oxygen and carbon dioxide (minute ventilation(More)
It is often admitted that heat exchange in the airways is a major cause of exercise-induced asthma. Because a decrease in the inspiratory time/expiratory time ratio (TI/TE) decreases these exchanges, we postulated that it might decrease bronchoconstriction as well. Twenty-four asthmatic children, divided into three groups, underwent two exercise provocation(More)
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