Peter Bartsch
Peter Bartsch
Dept. Internal Medicine, University Clinic, Heidelberg
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The 2018 Lake Louise acute mountain sickness score
RC Roach, PH Hackett, O Oelz, P Bärtsch, AM Luks, MJ MacInnis, ...
High altitude medicine & biology 19 (1), 4-6, 2018
Prevention of high-altitude pulmonary edema by nifedipine
P Bartsch, M Maggiorini, M Ritter, C Noti, P Vock, O Oelz
New England Journal of Medicine 325 (18), 1284-1289, 1991
Acute high-altitude illnesses
P Bärtsch, ER Swenson
New England Journal of Medicine 368 (24), 2294-2302, 2013
Effect of altitude on the heart and the lungs
P Bärtsch, JSR Gibbs
Circulation 116 (19), 2191-2202, 2007
Exercise training for rehabilitation and secondary prevention of falls in geriatric patients with a history of injurious falls
K Hauer, B Rost, K Rütschle, H Opitz, N Specht, P Bärtsch, P Oster, ...
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 49 (1), 10-20, 2001
Acute high-altitude sickness
AM Luks, ER Swenson, P Bärtsch
European Respiratory Review 26 (143), 2017
Physiological aspects of high-altitude pulmonary edema
P Bartsch, H Mairbaurl, M Maggiorini, ER Swenson
Journal of applied physiology 98 (3), 1101-1110, 2005
Acute mountain sickness: influence of susceptibility, preexposure, and ascent rate.
M Schneider, D Bernasch, J Weymann, R Holle, P Bartsch
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 34 (12), 1886-1891, 2002
Pathogenesis of high-altitude pulmonary edema: inflammation is not an etiologic factor
ER Swenson, M Maggiorini, S Mongovin, JSR Gibbs, I Greve, H Mairbäurl, ...
Jama 287 (17), 2228-2235, 2002
Inhaled nitric oxide for high-altitude pulmonary edema
U Scherrer, L Vollenweider, A Delabays, M Savcic, U Eichenberger, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 334 (10), 624-630, 1996
Both Tadalafil and Dexamethasone May Reduce the Incidence of High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema: A Randomized Trial
M Maggiorini, HP Brunner-La Rocca, S Peth, M Fischler, T Böhm, ...
Annals of internal medicine 145 (7), 497-506, 2006
Astroglial protein S-100 is an early and sensitive marker of hypoxic brain damage and outcome after cardiac arrest in humans
BW Böttiger, S Möbes, R Glätzer, H Bauer, A Gries, P Bärtsch, ...
Circulation 103 (22), 2694-2698, 2001
High altitude pulmonary edema.
P Bärtsch
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 31 (1 Suppl), S23-7, 1999
Intensive physical training in geriatric patients after severe falls and hip surgery
K Hauer, N Specht, M Schuler, P Bärtsch, P Oster
Age and ageing 31 (1), 49-57, 2002
General introduction to altitude adaptation and mountain sickness
P Bärtsch, B Saltin
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 18, 1-10, 2008
Augmented sympathetic activation during short-term hypoxia and high-altitude exposure in subjects susceptible to high-altitude pulmonary edema
H Duplain, L Vollenweider, A Delabays, P Nicod, P Bärtsch, U Scherrer
Circulation 99 (13), 1713-1718, 1999
Nifedipine for high altitude pulmonary oedema
O Oelz, M Ritter, R Jenni, M Maggiorini, U Waber, P Vock, P Bärtsch
The Lancet 334 (8674), 1241-1244, 1989
Stress Doppler echocardiography for identification of susceptibility to high altitude pulmonary edema
E Grünig, D Mereles, W Hildebrandt, ER Swenson, W Kübler, ...
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 35 (4), 980-987, 2000
Hypoxia decreases exhaled nitric oxide in mountaineers susceptible to high-altitude pulmonary edema
T Busch, P Bartsch, D Pappert, E Grunig, W Hildebrandt, H Elser, KJ Falke, ...
American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 163 (2), 368-373, 2001
Effects of strength training with eccentric overload on muscle adaptation in male athletes
B Friedmann-Bette, T Bauer, R Kinscherf, S Vorwald, K Klute, D Bischoff, ...
European journal of applied physiology 108, 821-836, 2010
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