Pathophysiology related to altitude

W. Schobersberger and N. Mutz Introduction

Acute., mountain., sickness

Relative, hypoventilation, in ..relationjo.. high-altitude. .hypoxia Waterand, sodium.. retention

Endothelial, .cell,. .activationwith,!.!a„ry..p.e.rme.a.b.i!.i.ty

High-altitude.. High-altitude.. pulmonary. .edema Oyerperfusion. .hypothesis


Stress ..failure, .hypothesis

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