Ventilatory, cerebrovascular, and cardiovascular interactions in acute hypoxia: regulation by carbon dioxide.

@article{Ainslie2004VentilatoryCA,
  title={Ventilatory, cerebrovascular, and cardiovascular interactions in acute hypoxia: regulation by carbon dioxide.},
  author={Philip N. Ainslie and Marc J. Poulin},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={97 1},
  pages={149-59}
}
This study examined the effect of high, normal, and uncontrolled end-tidal Pco(2) (Pet(CO(2))) on the ventilatory, peak cerebral blood flow velocity (V(p)), and mean arterial blood pressure (MAP) responses to acute hypoxia. Nine healthy subjects undertook, in random order, three hypoxic protocols (end-tidal Po(2) was held at eight steps between 300 and 45 Torr) in conditions of hypercapnia, isocapnia, or poikilocapnia (Pet(CO(2)) +7.5 Torr, +1.0 Torr, or uncontrolled, respectively… CONTINUE READING

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