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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
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
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
2010Non-invasive positive pressure ventilation during sleep at 3800 m: Relationship to acute mountain sickness and sleeping oxyhaemoglobin saturationEdwards, Natalie; Johnson, Pamela; Sullivan, Colin; Popa, Daniel; Prisk, Kim; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Office; Central Clinical School: MedicineNon-invasive positive pressure ventilation during sleep at 3800 m: Relationship to acute mountain sickness and sleeping oxyhaemoglobin saturation, Respirology, vol.15, 2,pp 277-82
2010Sleep architecture changes during a trek from 1400 to 5000 m in the Nepal Himalaya.Edwards, Natalie; Johnson, Pamela; Sullivan, Colin; Burgess, Keith; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Office; Central Clinical School: MedicineSleep architecture changes during a trek from 1400 to 5000 m in the Nepal Himalaya., Journal of Sleep Research, vol.19, 1 Pt 2,pp 148-156