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Prolonged Hypoxic Breathing in Healthy Volunteers

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Prolonged Hypoxic Breathing in Healthy Volunteers: a Safety Study

The purpose of this study is to define the safety and the biochemical-physiological response of prolonged exposure to a normobaric low-oxygen environment in healthy volunteers.

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Inhaled Nitrogen

To create the correct gas mixture, nitrogen tanks or membrane technology nitrogen generators will be utilized. Humidified, high flow, hypoxic gas by nasal cannula will allow the participant to walk short distances, eat, execute basic personal needs (e.g., use of toilette, washing, bathing etc.), or take breaks from wearing the mask.

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Physiological and Biochemical Response to Prolonged Exposure to Hypoxic Breathing in Healthy Volunteers

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NCT02860975

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