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We'll also discuss other travel recommendations such as mosquito protection, safety of food and water, jet lag and altitude sickness.
High-altitude-related threats, including terrestrial high-altitude-related illnesses, performance alterations due to hypoxia or hypocapnia, and hypobaric and hyberbaric operations.
For altitude sickness: Adults-500 mg one or two times a day.
Airplane ear , defined as pain or discomfort while flying and changing altitude, is very common.
Although the altitudes are not extreme, most personnel will have mild to moderate altitude-related symptoms.
Altitude sickness, travel medicine, aerospace medicine - Clayton Cowl, M.D.
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Altitude sickness, travel medicine, aerospace medicine -- Clayton Cowl, M.D.
We'll also discuss other travel recommendations such as mosquito protection, safety of food and water, and altitude sickness.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a well-established treatment for decompression sickness, a hazard of scuba diving.
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