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4). Because the experiments were simple, the methods were tried and true, and because the changes were big and occurred in each subject, there was no doubt of the results. On successive days, as the carbon dioxide level in the air from the lung alveoli progressively fell, the oxygen level rose and the volume of air respired increased. Although lactic acid in the blood was not measured, Haldane felt that lactic acid accumulation could not explain these findings. Having now, for the first time ever, documented the process of acclimatization to altitude, he concluded correctly that the low level of oxygen in the air was somehow stimulating the progressive increase in breathing.
Why did they agree so readily? They knew that the catheterization procedure was uncomfortable, that it took more than an hour, and that, using local anesthetic, a vein and an artery in one arm had to be surgically exposed. However, as time passed we began to realize that Leadville citizens had long had nagging concerns that the altitude was not entirely benign, and they were delighted that it finally would be looked into. 22 Robert F. Grover To see how living at 10,150 feet had affected these young people, the studies should be done in Leadville and not nearly a mile lower in Denver.
So dad and Newsom got together and they both went to Kansas City; in fact, the two families lived in the same apartment house close together. It took about six or seven months at Kansas City Veterinary College, and then after that Newsom went to San Francisco to one of the private veterinary schools out there. Dad went to Chicago to McKillips, where they were teaching pretty much horse practice because Chicago was a booming horse-drawn town. This time away from Fort Collins greatly broadened their experience.
Attitudes on altitude: pioneers of medical research in Colorado's high mountains by John T. Reeves, Robert F. Grover