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presentation of research by Leonard A. Temme, Ph.D. and David L. Still, O.D., Ph.D. of U. S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory, Dennis Reeves, Ph.D., and Rebecca Browning, B.S. of Clinvest, Banyan... (View Full Article)
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Enhanced Safety Utilizing Hypoxia Recognition and Recovery Training for Commercial Pilots and Cabin Crew... (View Full Article)
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The purpose of this rule is to add a test method which would be used to verify the performance and accuracy of gas dilution systems during a field test. The test method is entitled, "Verification of... (View Full Article)
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A flow controller's accuracy is typically expressed as a percent of Full-Scale flow (%FS). This means that the flow controller is most accurate when operating at its rated full-scale flow rate. This... (View Full Article)
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Moniaga NC, Griswold CA. Loss of consciousness and seizure during normobaric hypoxia training. Aviat Space Environ Med 2009; 80:485-8.... (View Full Article)
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ARTINO JR AR, FOLGA RV, SWAN BD. Mask-on hypoxia training for tactical jet aviators: evaluation of an alternate instructional paradigm. Aviat Space Environ Med 2006; 77:857- 63.... (View Full Article)
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The U.S. Navy has replaced segments of refresher low-pressure chamber instruction with normobaric hypoxia training using a reduced oxygen breathing device (ROBD). A previous training evaluation... (View Full Article)
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Low ppb detection limits for contamination in cylinder gases have been achieved with gas chromatography using a modified gas injection system and megabore capillary columns with a variety of detectors... (View Full Article)