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Continuous positive airway pressure reduces loop gain and resolves periodic central apneas in the lamb.

Edwards BA, Sands SA, Feeney C, Skuza EM, Brodecky V, Wilkinson MH, Berger PJ. Continuous positive airway pressure reduces loop gain and resolves periodic central apneas in the lamb. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 2009 Sep 30; 168(3):239-49.

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