2max] decreases approximately by 10% of the SL value for every 1,000 m of altitudes
above 1,500 m.
Prevalence of coronary risk factors, clinical presentation, and complications in acute coronary syndrome patients living at high vs low altitudes
Most retrofit and OEM systems can keep you from busting altitudes
with standard features.
It is important, therefore, to know and to be aware of the common medical problems of high altitude
exposure and their treatment.
Thus, the exposition of players to low altitudes
(500 to 2,000 m) might have detrimental effects on performance in match play.
also have less air density - about 3 percent reduction for every 1,000 feet - which can result in faster speeds in ski and skating races due to less aerodynamic drag, but can also affect timing and other technical components in skill sports.
People born at high altitudes
exhibit physiological differences from people who are recent arrivals or even long-term visitors.
Some have rationalized this error, "The GPS altitude
feature just isn't accurate at high altitudes
," or "It amazes me that the Air Force buys such cheap equipment.
Although direct temperature data aren't available, the thinning of the air at high altitudes
has been detected.
That usually leads to a discussion about the size of molecules and follow-on conversations about how air pressure affects the human body at different altitudes
It has been superseded by the TERPZ SIX, where top altitudes
now vary by transition and are a lot higher than 4000.
Living at very high altitudes
(more than 17500 feet) at low PaO2 brings changes in blood, cardiovascular system, respiratory system and emotional state, depending on multiple factors including age and ethnic origin of the individuals, duration of stay, altitude
and associated illnesses.
The test plan included test points conducted at the known flight test campaign field event pressure altitude
and at various pressure altitudes
ranging from low to high throughout the engine operating envelope.
In the lower regions of the atmosphere (up to altitudes
of approximately 12,000 meters), temperature decreases with altitude
at a fairly uniform rate.
For example, hypoxia is used to protect cultural heritage, and scarcity of natural resources leads to mining at higher altitudes