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oxygen supplementation

Oxygen supplementation during Caesarean delivery

Effect of High Perioperative Oxygen Supplementation on Surgical Site Infections

Supplemental oxygen for prevention of nausea and vomiting after breast surgery

Supplemental oxygen does not reduce postoperative nausea and vomiting after thyroidectomy†

Effects of supplemental oxygen and dexamethasone on surgical site infection: a factorial randomized trial

Oxygen supplementation during prolonged tracheal intubation should be the standard of care

Amino acid supplementation, controlled oxygen limitation and sequential double induction improves heterologous xylanase production by Pichia stipitis

Induction of cytochrome P450 enzymes and over-generation of oxygen radicals in beta-carotene supplemented rats

P-189MODERATE LOW INTRAOPERATIVE SUPPLEMENTAL OXYGEN CONCENTRATION FOR TWO-LUNG VENTILATION DURING MINIMALLY INVASIVE OESOPHAGECTOMY MIGHT RESULT IN BETTER POSTOPERATIVE PULMONARY FUNCTION

Effects of supplemental perioperative oxygen on post-operative abdominal wound adhesions in a mouse laparotomy model with controlled respiratory support*

MO055HAEMODYNAMIC RESPONSE TO OXYGEN SUPPLEMENTATION IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IS NOT CAUSED BY A KIDNEY SPECIFIC CHEMO−REFLEX

0752 Developmental Changes in Respiratory And Sleep Parameters In Infant With Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) Treated with Supplemental Oxygen

0444 Impact of CPAP versus Supplemental Oxygen on Cardiac Electophysiological Indices in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: The HeartBEAT study

 

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The administration of oxygen as an ergogenic aid. Extra oxygen enhances performance only slightly if taken no more than a few seconds before a short-duration activity, but it can improve performance significantly if taken during an endurance activity. However, this is of little practical use because administration of the gas is too cumbersome. Despite its almost routine use after a burst of activity in some sports, oxygen supplementation does not seem to accelerate the recovery process.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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