[The diurnal rhythm of chemosensitivity and its contribution to nocturnal disorders of respiratory control].

@article{Raschke1989TheDR,
  title={[The diurnal rhythm of chemosensitivity and its contribution to nocturnal disorders of respiratory control].},
  author={Friedhart Raschke and Karl Heinz M{\"o}ller},
  journal={Pneumologie},
  year={1989},
  volume={43 Suppl 1},
  pages={568-71}
}
UNLABELLED Circadian variation of chemosensitivity was examined under constant standardized metabolic and climatic conditions. Progressive hyperoxic hypercapnia tests and progressive isocapnic hypoxia tests were applied every 2 h in 10 healthy male subjects employing rebreathing (6 l spirometer). During the 24 h run they were confined to bed. They were allowed sleep at their convenience, but were woken for examination, and were given a low-protein isocaloric diet after each of the 13 tests. For… CONTINUE READING