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Dexamethasone in the treatment of acute mountain sickness
Levine BD, et al. N Engl J Med 1989 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Fukushima M. PMID 2687688
To investigate this question, we exposed six men in a hypobaric chamber to a simulated altitude of 3700 m (barometric pressure, 64 kPa [481 mm Hg]) for 48 hours on two occasions. ...
To investigate this question, we exposed six men in a hypobaric chamber to a simulated altitude of 3700 m (barometric pressure, 64 kP …
[A case of IgA2-lambda type M-protein that IgA concentration differs from the values of M-protein by serum protein electrophoresis].
Fukushima M, et al. Rinsho Byori 2001. PMID 11519133 Japanese.
We report an IgA-lambda type M-protein in which the IgA concentration differed from the values of M-protein by serum protein electrophoresis found in a 53-year-old man with multiple myeloma. ...After peripheral blood stem cell transplantation(PBSCT), immunofixation electrophoresis of the patient serum revealed not only the bands of IgA2-lambda type M-protein, but also three bands of IgG1-kappa type M-protein in the gamma region....
We report an IgA-lambda type M-protein in which the IgA concentration differed from the values of M-protein by serum protein e …
Clinical features of patients with high-altitude pulmonary edema in Japan
Kobayashi T, et al. Chest 1987. Among authors: Fukushima M. PMID 3665594
The altitude of onset was 2,680 m to 3,190 m above sea level. Symptoms included marked dyspnea, cough, and stridor. Physical findings included cyanosis, tachycardia, and rales. ...
The altitude of onset was 2,680 m to 3,190 m above sea level. Symptoms included marked dyspnea, cough, and stridor. Physical f …
Clinical trials in Japan
Fukushima M. Nat Med 1995. PMID 7584938
Irregular nocturnal breathing patterns high altitude in subjects susceptible to high-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE): a preliminary study
Fujimoto K, et al. Aviat Space Environ Med 1989. Among authors: Fukushima M. PMID 2775136
We studied nocturnal breathing patterns and symptoms of acute mountain sickness (AMS) during trekking in the Japanese Alps (altitude: 2,760-2,920 m) for 4 d in five subjects susceptible to high-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE-S-S) and five control volunteers. ...
We studied nocturnal breathing patterns and symptoms of acute mountain sickness (AMS) during trekking in the Japanese Alps (altitude: 2,760- …
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