Giovanni Grieco

Umberto Moscato1
Riccardo Gargaruti1
Carmen Volpe1
1Umberto Moscato
1Riccardo Gargaruti
1Carmen Volpe
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BACKGROUND High levels of exhaled carbon monoxide (eCO) are a marker of airway or lung inflammation. We investigated whether hypo- or hyperventilation can affect measured values. METHODS Ten healthy volunteers were trained to achieve sustained end-tidal CO2 (etCO(2)) concentrations of 30 (hyperventilation), 40 (normoventilation), and 50 mmHg(More)
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