The citric acid cough threshold and the ventilatory response to carbon dioxide on ascent to high altitude

    Respiratory Medicine, pp. 1182-1188, 2009.

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    Abstract:

    Ventilatory control undergoes profound changes on ascent to high altitude. We hypothesized that the fall in citric acid cough threshold seen on ascent to altitude is mediated by changes in the central control of cough and would parallel changes in central ventilatory control assessed by the hypercapnic ventilatory response (HCVR). Twenty-...More

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