Adaptation to hypoxia at an altitude of 2 km as a factor preventing disturbance of cardiac contractions during emotional and pain-induced stress

@article{Meerson2004AdaptationTH,
  title={Adaptation to hypoxia at an altitude of 2 km as a factor preventing disturbance of cardiac contractions during emotional and pain-induced stress},
  author={Felix Z. Meerson and L. M. Giber and Valery I Kapel'ko and O. L. Drozhdin and S. A. Radzievskii and A. A. Ugolev},
  journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={86},
  pages={1288-1290}
}
Adaptation of animals to high-altitude (2 km) hypoxia in the mountains prevented disturbance of cardiac contractions during emotional and pain-induced stress but did not prevent the development of gastric ulcers.