mountain sickness

mountain sickness

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  • Mountain sickness — can refer to: Altitude sickness or acute mountain sickness, a pathological condition that is caused by acute exposure to low air pressure Chronic mountain sickness, a disease that can develop during extended time living at altitude This… …   Wikipedia

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  • Mountain sickness — Also known as altitude sickness or altitude illness, this is a disorder caused by being at high altitude, commonly above 8,000 feet (2,440 meters). The cause of altitude illness is a matter of oxygen physiology. At sea level the concentration of… …   Medical dictionary

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  • mountain sickness — sickness that attacks mountain climbers who climb too quickly to high altitudes …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Mountain sickness, acute (AMS) — Acute mountain sickness (AMS) is the illness that results from being in a high altitude environment. AMS is common at high altitudes, that is above 8,000 feet (2,440 meters). Three quarters of people have mild symptoms of AMS over 10,000 feet… …   Medical dictionary

  • mountain sickness — noun nausea and shortness of breath experienced by mountain climbers above ten thousand feet • Hypernyms: ↑altitude sickness …   Useful english dictionary

  • mountain sickness — noun Date: 1848 altitude sickness experienced especially above 10,000 feet (about 3000 meters) and caused by insufficient oxygen in the air …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • mountain sickness — noun Altitude sickness …   Wiktionary

  • mountain sickness — noun altitude sickness …   English new terms dictionary

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