Dr Steven Stick sticksm at
Thu Mar 9 06:00:45 EST 1995

I have a patient with a condition (Pitt-Rogers syndrome) with a breathing
disorder similar to that in Rett's syndrome.  She hyperventilates, becomes
hypocarbic, apneic and then extremely hypoxic (SAO2 < 50%) up to 20 times
per hour. Respiratory control during sleep is normal. Various attempts to
treat have been unsuccessful including acetozolamide, nasal CPAP and O2. 
Anyone with any experience having treated this type of disorder
successfuly please mail on:
sticksm at

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