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2004Acute Mountain Sickness Is Associated With Sleep Desaturation At High Altitude.Burgess, Keith Ronald; Edwards, Natalie; Cooper, Jackie; Johnson, Pamela; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineAcute Mountain Sickness Is Associated With Sleep Desaturation At High Altitude., Respirology, vol.9,(4),2004,pp 485-492
2011Alterations in cerebral blood flow and cerebrovascular reactivity during 14days at 5050mBurgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N.; Basnyat, Richi; Cotter, James; Donnelly, Joseph; Fan, Jui-Lin; Lucas, Rebekah; Lucas, Samuel; Peebles, Karen; Thomas, Kate; Northern Clinical School: MedicineAlterations in cerebral blood flow and cerebrovascular reactivity during 14days at 5050m, The Journal of Physiology, vol.589, 3, 2011,pp 741-753
2007Alterations in cerebral dynamics at high altitude following partial acclimatization in humans: wakefulness and sleepBurgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N; Burgess, Katie; Subedi, Prajan; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineAlterations in cerebral dynamics at high altitude following partial acclimatization in humans: wakefulness and sleep, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.102,(2),2007,pp 658-664
2013Breathing and sleep at high altitudeBurgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N.; Lucas, Samuel; Northern Clinical School: MedicineBreathing and sleep at high altitude, Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, vol.188, 3, 2013,pp 233-256
2008Cardiorespiratory and cerebrovascular responses to hyperoxic and hypoxic rebreathing: effects of acclimatization to high altitudeBurgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N; Northern Clinical School: MedicineCardiorespiratory and cerebrovascular responses to hyperoxic and hypoxic rebreathing: effects of acclimatization to high altitude, Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, vol.161, 2, 2008,pp 201-209
2004Central And Obstructive Sleep Apnoea During Ascent To High Altitude.Burgess, Keith Ronald; Edwards, Natalie; Johnson, Pamela; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineCentral And Obstructive Sleep Apnoea During Ascent To High Altitude., Respirology, vol.9,(2),2004,pp 222-229
2016Central sleep apnea at high altitudeBurgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, P; Northern Clinical School: MedicineCentral sleep apnea at high altitude in Hypoxia: Translation in Progress, Springer, 2016, pp. 275-283
2015Chemoreceptor responsiveness at sea level does not predict the pulmonary pressure response to high altitudeBurgess, Keith Ronald; Cotter, James; Donnelly, Joseph; et al, Various; Foster, Glen; Hoiland, Ryan; Lewis, Nia; Lucas, Samuel; Smith, Kurt; Stembridge, Mike; Willie, Chris; Yeoman, David; Northern Clinical School: MedicineChemoreceptor responsiveness at sea level does not predict the pulmonary pressure response to high altitude, Chest, vol.148, 1, 2015,pp 219-225
2005Detection of increased upper airway resistance during overnight polysomnography.Burgess, Keith Ronald; Edwards, Natalie; Johnson, Pamela; Sullivan, Colin; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Office; Central Clinical School: MedicineDetection of increased upper airway resistance during overnight polysomnography., Sleep, vol.28,(1),2005,pp 85-90
2008Differential effects of acute hypoxia and high altitude on cerebral blood flow velocity and dynamic cerebral autoregulation: alterations with hyperoxiaBurgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N; Burgess, Katie; Leo, Celi; McGrattan, Ken; Murrell, Carissa; Peebles, Karen; Shigehiko, Ogoh; Subedi, Prajan; Northern Clinical School: MedicineDifferential effects of acute hypoxia and high altitude on cerebral blood flow velocity and dynamic cerebral autoregulation: alterations with hyperoxia, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.104, N/A, 2008,pp 490-498
2012The effect of partial acclimatization to high altitude on loop gain and central sleep apnoea severityAndrews, Gareth; Burgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N; Dawson, Andrew; Lucas, Samuel; Shepherd, Kelly; Swart, Marianne; Biological Sciences; Northern Clinical School: MedicineThe effect of partial acclimatization to high altitude on loop gain and central sleep apnoea severity, Respirology, vol.17, 5, 2012,pp 835-840
2006Effect of simulated altitude during sleep on moderate-severity OSABurgess, Keith Ronald; Kinsman, T A; Cooper, Jacky; Hahn, Allan G; Rice, Anthony; Wong, Keith; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Exercise & Sport ScienceEffect of simulated altitude during sleep on moderate-severity OSA, Respirology, vol.11,(1),2006,pp 62-69
2012Effects of acetazolamide on cerebrovascular function and breathing stability at 5050 mBurgess, Keith Ronald; Fan, Jui-Lin; Ainslie, Philip N.; Cotter, James; Kayser, Bengt; Lucas, Samuel; Peebles, Karen; Thomas, Kate; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; MedicineEffects of acetazolamide on cerebrovascular function and breathing stability at 5050 m, The Journal of Physiology, vol.590, 5, 2012,pp 1213-1225
2015Hypoxia, not pulmonary vascular pressure induces blood flow through intrapulmonary arteriovenous anastomosesBurgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N.; Bakker, Akke; Dominelli, Paolo B; Donnelly, Joseph; et al, Various; Henderson, William; Lewis, Nis C S; Lovering, Andrew T; Lucas, Samuel; Stembridge, Mike; Tremblay, Joshua C; Northern Clinical School: MedicineHypoxia, not pulmonary vascular pressure induces blood flow through intrapulmonary arteriovenous anastomoses, The Journal of Physiology, vol.593, 3, 2015,pp 723-737
2004Increased Lung Water Without Hypocapnia Does Not Cause Central Sleep Apnoea In A Lamb Model.Berend, Norbert; Burgess, Keith Ronald; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineIncreased Lung Water Without Hypocapnia Does Not Cause Central Sleep Apnoea In A Lamb Model., Respirology, vol.9,(1),2004,pp 60-65
2018Increasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitudeBurgess, Katie; Burgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N.; Basnet, Aparna S; Day, Trevor; Donnelly, Joseph; Lewis, Nia; Lucas, Samuel; Smith, Kurt; Sprecher, Kate E; Tymko, Michael M; Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineIncreasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitude, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.124, 5, 2018,pp 1341-1348
2018Increasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitudeBurgess, Katie; Burgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N.; Basnet, Aparna S; Day, Trevor; Donnelly, Joseph; Lewis, Nia; Lucas, Samuel; Smith, Kurt; Sprecher, Kate E; Tymko, Michael M; Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineIncreasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitude, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.124, 5, 2018,pp 1341-1348
2018Increasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitudeBurgess, Katie; Burgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N.; Basnet, Aparna S; Day, Trevor; Donnelly, Joseph; Lewis, Nia; Lucas, Samuel; Smith, Kurt; Sprecher, Kate E; Tymko, Michael M; Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineIncreasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitude, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.124, 5, 2018,pp 1341-1348
2018Increasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitudeBurgess, Katie; Burgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N.; Basnet, Aparna S; Day, Trevor; Donnelly, Joseph; Lewis, Nia; Lucas, Samuel; Smith, Kurt; Sprecher, Kate E; Tymko, Michael M; Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineIncreasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitude, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.124, 5, 2018,pp 1341-1348
2018Increasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitudeBurgess, Katie; Burgess, Keith Ronald; Ainslie, Philip N.; Basnet, Aparna S; Day, Trevor; Donnelly, Joseph; Lewis, Nia; Lucas, Samuel; Smith, Kurt; Sprecher, Kate E; Tymko, Michael M; Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineIncreasing cerebral blood flow reduces the severity of central sleep apnea at high altitude, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.124, 5, 2018,pp 1341-1348