Most aviators learn early in their career that flying with a simple upper respiratory infection or seasonal allergies can be painful. Gases in the sinuses and middle ear expand in accordance with Boyles Law as altitude increases and pressure decreases.[...]read more
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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
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Guidance material for the use of medication in aviation environment: Connecting the choice of medication to working conditions and mitigating risk factors through the right decisions and treatment. #Aerospacemedicine #fitforflight #keepemflyin @EASA
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Evolution of Medical and Flying Careers: A lot has changed over the past 50 years in both professions.