By Stephen, M.D. Bezruchka
Remain fit at excessive heights with this pocket guide—now up-to-date with the most up-tp-date info on getting ready for and adapting to altitude.
·Updated directions for individuals going to altitude (heights above 7,000 toes) with pre-existing medical conditions equivalent to center stipulations, diabetes, and cancer
·A convenient word list and easy-to-read tables overlaying signs and symptoms, altitude disorder, and excessive altitude drugs
·Case reviews of actual occasions and a question-and-answer part support readers higher comprehend common matters approximately altitude and its results, and more
This new version offers the newest info on prevention and remedy of altitude illness—from getting ready for altitude to spotting and treating the indications of acute mountain disorder, together with excessive altitude pulmonary and cerebral edemas. fitted to either amateur and pro hikers, climbers, trekkers, and skiers, Altitude ailment, second version, additionally comprises an up-to-date exam of the way altitude interacts with definite medicinal drugs, a brand new part on utilizing the net to discover additional information approximately altitude sickness, and lots more and plenty extra.
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