4 edition of High-altitude medicine and pathology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Donald Heath and David Reid Williams.|
|Series||Oxford medical publications|
|Contributions||Williams, David Reid.|
|LC Classifications||RC103.A4 H4 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 449 p. :|
|Number of Pages||449|
|LC Control Number||94024865|
High Altitude Medicine and Physiology is invaluable for any doctor accompanying an expedition or advising patients on a visit to high altitudes, physicians specializing in illness and accidents in high places, and physiologists who study our dependence on oxygen and the . A large variety of disease processes can result in hypoxemia and these can be categorized according to several basic pathophysiological mechanisms as described in the sections below. The categories described below can be distinguished clinically using a number of simple tests which include calculation of the A-a Gradient and the response of.
The title is something of a misnomer, as much of the book (to the author's credit) deals with the physiological effects of high altitude on numerous organ systems (chapters 1 through 11). High-altitude diseases, including pulmonary edema, acute and chronic mountain sickness, sleep disorders, syncope, retinal hemorrhage, headache, and others Author: Frederick L. Glauser. Note: If you're looking for a free download links of High Altitude Medicine and Physiology 5E Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you. only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site.
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This book explores how humans respond to the hypoxia of high altitudes, addressing the response of lowlanders to sudden and sustained exposure, as well as that of those living permanently at high elevations - examining adaptation and maladaptation, acute and chronic high-altitude illnesses, and the challenges faced by lowland dwellers who have.
High Altitude Medicine and Physiology is invaluable for any doctor accompanying an expedition or advising patients on a visit to high altitudes, physicians specializing in illness and accidents in high places, and physiologists who study our dependence on oxygen and the Cited by: During the past few years, studies in the Himalayas and other high-altitude regions, as well as those using hypobaric chambers, have markedly increased our knowledge of the effects of high altitude on humans.
The results of these studies, however, are available only in journals and multiauthored symposium proceedings. High Altitude Medicine & Biology is the only peer-reviewed journal covering the medical and biological issues that impact human life at high Journal delivers critical findings on the impact of high altitude on lung and heart disease, appetite and weight loss, pulmonary and cerebral edema, hypertension, dehydration, infertility, and other diseases.
High-altitude medicine and pathology. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Heath, Donald. High-altitude medicine and pathology. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Man at high altitude / Donald Heath, David Reid Williams. Description. The High Altitude Pulmonary and Pathology Institute is a clinic where you can get high altitude medical care. We are committed to prompt diagnosis and treatment, research, learning and exploration, along with discovery, theoretical creation, innovation with world impact.
The deleterious effects of high altitude are primarily caused by the low inspired P o moist inspired P o 2 is equal to the fractional concentration of oxygen times the barometric pressure minus the water vapor pressure of the body [P i O 2 = (PB – 47), where is the fractional concentration, PB is the barometric pressure, and 47 mm Hg is the water vapor Cited by: High-Altitude Medicine and Pathology.
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Formats: National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine Rockville Pike, Bethesda MD, Author: D J Collier. High Altitude Medicine and Physiology book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
More than half a century has passed since man first 4/5(5). The abstracts were published in a book called "FIRST WORLD CONGRESS OF HIGH ALTITUDE MEDICINE AND PHYSIOLOGY" SeptLa Paz, Bolivia.
Since then, full congress articles have been published by ACTA ANDINA Volumen IV, Numero 2 and Volumen 5, Numero 1, Altitude illness refers to a group of syndromes that result from hypoxia.
Acute mountain sickness (AMS) and high-altitude cerebral edema (HACE) are manifestations of the brain pathophysiology, while high-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) is that of the lung.
Everyone traveling to altitude is at risk, regardless of age, level of physical fitness, prior medical history. High Altitude Medicine and Pathology.
Donald Heath and David Reid Williams. Butterworths, London, pages. $ The authors are senior pathologists, well traveled in the mountains of Asia and South America, and authorities in the pathology due to altitude.
The pathogenesis of hypoxemia due to habitation at high altitudes is relatively simple. As discussed in alveolar oxygen, the partial pressure of alveolar oxygen is heavily dependent on the partial pressure of oxygen in the inspired e the inspired oxygen tension (PI O 2) is low at high elevations, this provides a much lower starting point for the possible partial pressure of.
The book also includes updated sections on metabolic and renal functions, as well as a description of the role of pharmacological interventions. This book addresses the biomedical effects of mountain climbing and high-altitude residence.
It does not address specifically the acute effects of : David Gradwell. High Altitude Medicine and Physiology, the most recent addition to a growing literature, is by far the Charles S. Houston, M.D. Burlington, VT High-altitude illness, which usually occurs at altitudes of over 1, m (4, ft), is caused primarily by hypoxia but is compounded by cold and exposure.
Cited by: The history of high-altitude physiology and medicine is such a rich and colorful topic that it is surprising no one has undertaken a comprehensive account before. From the early balloonists to various high-altitude expeditions, culminating in the great feat of climbing Mount Everest without supplementary oxygen, the basic biological challenge Cited by: Medication Prophylaxis.
Indications. Travel to 11, feet in one day (or over 9, feet if history of prior altitude sickness) Acetazolamide mg twice daily (FDA approved).
Start 1. At extreme altitudes above m, a phenomenon referred to as high-altitude deterioration occurs. 4 It is characterized by lethargy, impaired cognitive function, anorexia, and weight loss; this process is distinct from high-altitude illness, for this reason, it is impossible to remain or live above this height for prolonged periods of time.
10 Cited by: 9. High Altitude Medicine & Biology Editor-in-Chief: Erik R. Swenson, MD. ISSN: RightsLink® service, it's faster and easier than ever before to secure permission from our titles to be reused in a book, journal/magazine, newsletter/newspaper, CD-ROM/DVD, brochure/pamphlet, photocopy, coursepack, email, or slide kit/presentation.
High Altitude Medicine and Physiology book. High Altitude Medicine and Physiology. The physiology and pathology of heat and cold. View abstract Extremes of age at altitude: Children and the elderly.
View abstract. chapter 27 | 12 pages Commuting to high altitude for commercial and other activities. View abstract. chapter 28 | 8 Cited by: High Altitude Medicine & Pathology (P) The specification in this catalogue, including without limitation price, format, extent, number of illustrations, and month of publication, was as accurate as possible at the time the catalogue was compiled.