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We investigated whether air-breathing behavior explains cell death in aquatic tadpoles of the frog species Rana pirica's limbs. R. pirica tadpoles' cell death in their limbs is likely to be exacerbated by oxidative stress associated with their regular air-breathing habits, according to our experimental research.
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Results All patients with NIPS had significantly reduced respiratory function just 6 months after HSCT, with median FEV 1 value of 42 percent of predicted norms. Children with restrictive lung function did not have sleep-related breathing problems, according to the study. Children going through allogeneic HSCT with chronic respiratory disease are more likely to experience sleep-related hypoxia and hypoventilation than children with restricted lung function. Children with severe obstructive lung disease and chronic lung graft-versus-host disease following hematopoietic stem cell transplantation are more likely to experience sleep-related mild hypoxia and hypoxia than children with restricted lung disease. To our knowledge, there are no studies on sleep-related breathing disorders and ventilatory function measured by polysomnography in children with respiratory difficulties after allogeneic HSCT. Polysomnography may help with the differential diagnosis of patients with BOS and other non-infectious respiratory disorders.
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