Before becoming a flight doc, I often felt skeptical as the flight attendant showcased what appeared to be a yellow Dixie cup connected to an empty IV bag prior to takeoff on commercial airliners. This darting glance wavered as my attention faded.[...]read more
Before English chemist, William Henry, took his own life in 1836, he discovered a simple physics law to explain how gas behaves in solution. This gas law, now appropriately known as Henry’s Law, together with Boyle’s Law, form the basis[...]read more
“After dinner, the weather being warm, we went into the garden and drank thea, under the shade of some apple trees…he told me, he was just in the same situation, as when formerly, the notion of gravitation came into his[...]read more
Human beings have obviously evolved to operate in a terrestrial playing field. But our big brains and ingenuity have allowed our advancements in technology to far outpace our ability to adapt. So, what happens when you take a terrestrial bi-pedal[...]read more
3 Astronauts are back to Earth, the first of 5 upcoming spacewalks in October and genomics research on board the @Space_Station. Check out @NASA weekly update #SpacetoGround. Happy #Aerospacemedicine and #Humanperformance Friday friends!
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Evolution of Medical and Flying Careers: A lot has changed over the past 50 years in both professions.
Cardiac Arrest During Aeromedical Transport: A 5-year Retrospective Case Review. #Aeromedicalretrieval #HEMS #airambulance
Not surprising, but a reminder for the importance of wearing hearing protection. Who wants to go deaf early?!
Noise Exposure and Hearing Impairment in Air Force Pilots: Military pilots had elevated prevalence of hearing impairment. Increased flight time/year and flying fast jets associated with elevated risk of hearing deterioration. #AMHPjournal #crewhealth