Viktor Krasotski

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BACKGROUND Studies of occupational acute mountain sickness (AMS) have not focused on the more severe end of the spectrum to date. AIMS To examine risk factors associated with the development of occupational AMS severe enough to receive treatment in a compression chamber. METHODS A nested case referent study in a cohort of high-altitude (4000 m) mine(More)
AIM The aim of the current study was to assess a year-long impact of chronic intermittent exposure to hypoxia on blood pressure (BP) in healthy working middle-aged adults. MATERIALS AND METHODS Data from pre-employment and annual screening of high-altitude mining company (elevation 4000 meters above sea level) were obtained for 472 workers aged 34.1 ± 7.8(More)
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