A mathematical and physiological evaluation of the different hypoxic response models in normal man.

@article{Klaveren1998AMA,
  title={A mathematical and physiological evaluation of the different hypoxic response models in normal man.},
  author={Robertus J van Klaveren and Maurice Demedts},
  journal={Respiration physiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={113 2},
  pages={
          123-33
        }
}
The purpose was: (1) to investigate which hypoxic response (HR) model(s) might be most suitable to measure the HR taking into account 'goodness of fit' to the individual data, clinical applicability and information obtained from each model; and (2) to investigate if the models are mutually exchangeable. The ventilatory (VE) and occlusion pressure (P0.1) HR were measured in 33 healthy volunteers (37+/-12 years). We found that the exponential, linear on oxygen saturation (LINSAT), hyperbolic with… CONTINUE READING

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