Western References about Breathing, CO2 Effects and Hyperventilation

- Updated on August 3, 2021

Western References about Breathing, CO2 Effects and Hyperventilation (List 2)

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Hetzel MR, Clark TJ, Houston K, Physiological patterns in early morning asthma,Thorax 1977 Aug; 32(4): 418-423.

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Krieger J, Sleep apnea syndromes in adults, Clin Respir Physiol 1986, 22: 147-189.

Lum LC, The syndrome of habitual chronic hyperventilation, in: Modern trends in psychosomatic medicine, ed. by O. W. Hill, 1976, London, Butterworths: p.196-230.

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Tanaka Y, Morikawa T, Honda Y, An assessment of nasal functions in control of breathing, J Appl Physiol 1988 Oct; 65(4): 1520-1524.

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