Reactivity of the oxygen transport system of the body during periodic human presence in various fireproof hypoxic gas environments

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A comparative assessment of the effect of periodic exposure (2 hours a day for 15 days) in fireproof normobaric hypoxic gas environments with a normal and elevated argon content on the reactivity of the oxygen transport system of the human body was carried out. It has been shown that a stay in a normobaric hypoxic gas environment with a high argon content is accompanied by a significantly lower voltage of the oxygen transport system of the body than is the case when it is in a normobaric hypoxic gas medium without argon. The use of a normobaric hypoxic gas environment with a high content of argon is preferred for the purpose of fire safety of habitable encapsulated objects.

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