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Effects of hyperoxia on ventilation and pulmonary hemodynamics during immersed prone exercise at 4.7 ATA: possible implications for immersion pulmonary edema.

Peacher DF, Pecorella SR, Freiberger JJ, Natoli MJ, Schinazi EA, Doar PO, Boso AE, Walker AJ, Gill M, Kernagis D, Uguccioni D, Moon RE. Effects of hyperoxia on ventilation and pulmonary hemodynamics during immersed prone exercise at 4.7 ATA: possible implications for immersion pulmonary edema. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2010 Jul; 109(1):68-78.

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