Nurlan Brimkulov

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The aim of this study was to assess how exhaled nitric oxide (NO) levels in healthy subjects changed upon exposure to intermittent hypoxia at high altitude. Eighty-one healthy subjects with a mean age of 31.8±6.7 years, well acclimatized at altitudes of 3800-4000m above sea level, and employed by a gold-mining company were recruited for the study. Baseline,(More)
We used meta-analysis to measure the effect of high-altitude climate therapy (HACT) on lung function outcomes in asthma, and systematically searched PubMed, Embase and www.elibrary.ru for publications appearing from 1970 to mid-2015. We included studies carried out with children or adults with an exposure of up to 12 weeks at an altitude of ≥1500 m above(More)
The aim of this study was to assess the levels of secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure of men and women in public places in Kyrgyzstan. This cross-sectional study involved 10 bars and restaurants in Bishkek the capital city of Kyrgyzstan. Smoking was allowed in all establishments. Median (interquartile range) air nicotine concentrations were 6.82 (2.89, 8.86)(More)
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