Differences in Oxidative Status, Lung Function,
and Pulmonary Surfactant During Long-Term
Inhalation of Medical Oxygen and Partially
Ionized Oxygen in Guinea Pigs

Results of a study carried out in Comenius University and various medical facilities in Slovacia.
Published in: The Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 2008, 59, Supl. 6, 173-181

Please read the results of this study at this link: Differences in Oxidative Status

A Research Study Released for Members
From THE BRIDGE Newsletter of OIRF
Published April 2009

© Copyright 2009, Dr. Ivan Engler, Austria

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