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(Altitude sickness)
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  • Antihypoxic activities of constituents from Arenaria kansuensis. [Journal Article]
  • PPhytomedicine 2018 Jan 01; 38:175-182
  • Cui Y, Tao Y, … Liu Z
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrated that pyrocatechol and tricin 7-O-β-d-glucopyranoside could be therapeutic candidates for treatment of AS. It is the first time to find the major active constituents of AKE for anti-hypoxia. Meanwhile, a RSC96 cell model of hypoxia was established to screen anti-hypoxic activity of compounds for the first time.
  • Acetazolamide reduces exercise capacity following a 5-day ascent to 4559 m in a randomised study. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMJ Open Sport Exerc Med 2018; 4(1):e000302
  • Bradwell AR, Ashdown K, … Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society
  • CONCLUSIONS: Maximum exercise performance at altitude was reduced more in subjects taking Az compared with placebo, particularly in older individuals. The age-related effect may reflect higher tissue concentrations of Az due to reduced renal excretion. Future studies should explore the effectiveness of smaller Az doses (eg, 250 mg daily or less) in older individuals to optimise the altitude-Az-exercise relationships.
  • Diseases potentially related to Flammer syndrome. [Review]
  • EJEPMA J 2017; 8(4):327-332
  • Konieczka K, Erb C
  • Flammer syndrome (FS) is a prevalent and mostly benign condition. Subjects with FS seem to have a good life expectancy. Nevertheless, FS subjects are at increased risk for certain diseases, mainly wh...
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