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Year Number of Results
1955 4
1956 24
1957 71
1958 44
1959 16
1961 1
1963 1
1964 1
1965 7
1966 21
1967 14
1968 14
1969 11
1970 12
1971 7
1972 9
1973 10
1974 7
1975 23
1976 5
1977 19
1978 13
1979 13
1980 10
1981 20
1982 15
1983 18
1984 22
1985 17
1986 17
1987 23
1988 18
1989 17
1990 27
1991 17
1992 23
1993 21
1994 14
1995 23
1996 19
1997 20
1998 37
1999 22
2000 23
2001 25
2002 23
2003 17
2004 26
2005 26
2006 26
2007 24
2008 14
2009 23
2010 35
2011 23
2012 31
2013 54
2014 57
2015 33
2016 46
2017 50
2018 38
2019 15
2020 0
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Altitude sickness and acetazolamide.
Williamson J, Oakeshott P, Dallimore J. Williamson J, et al. BMJ. 2018 May 31;361:k2153. doi: 10.1136/bmj.k2153. BMJ. 2018. PMID: 29853484 Review. No abstract available.
The effect of acetazolamide on saccadic latency at 3459 meters.
Faull OK, Robertson J, Thomas O, Bradwell AR, Antoniades CA, Pattinson KT; Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Faull OK, et al. Wilderness Environ Med. 2015 Mar;26(1):72-7. doi: 10.1016/j.wem.2014.08.017. Wilderness Environ Med. 2015. PMID: 25712298 Clinical Trial.
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