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Author:Koester, Robert J. , Greatbatch, Ian
Data Source:[J].Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2016, Vol.87 (2), pp.114-121AsMA
Abstract:Abstract: BACKGROUND: Few studies have examined the spatial characteristics of missing aircraft in actual distress. No previous studies have looked at the distance from the last radar plot to the crash site. The purpose of this study was to characterize this distance and the...
Author:Lerner, David J. , Parmet, Allen J. , Don, Steven ...
Data Source:[J].Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2016, Vol.87 (8), pp.745-747AsMA
Abstract:Abstract: INTRODUCTION: Visual Impairment and Intracranial Pressure Syndrome (VIIP) has caused symptomatology during and after long duration missions on the International Space Station (ISS). Only indirect measurements of intracranial pressure (ICP), such as ultrasound, have...
Author:Simons, Ries
Data Source:[J].Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2016, Vol.87 (7), pp.659-660AsMA
Abstract:Abstract: Since the tragic accident of Germanwings flight 4U9525, there has been discussion about methods to identify and prevent suicidality in pilots. Neurogenetic scientists claim that biomarker tests for suicidality as part of healthcare assessments may lead to early ide...
Author:Houston, Stephen , Wilkinson, Elizabeth
Data Source:[J].Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2016, Vol.87 (9), pp.816-820AsMA
Abstract:Abstract: INTRODUCTION: Aviation medical specialists should be aware that commercial airline aircraft engineers may undertake a 'dive equivalent' operation while conducting maintenance activities on the ground. We present a worked example of an occupational risk assessment t...
Author:Gosling, Daniel B. , O’Hagan, John B. , Quhill, Fahd M.
Data Source:[J].Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2016, Vol.87 (1), pp.69-70AsMA
Abstract:Abstract: BACKGROUND: We report what may be the first evidence-based report of a retinal laser injury to a pilot during commercial flight from a laser device on the ground. Given the significant subjective (blind spot) and objective evidence of focal retinal damage, coupled ...
Author:Wimmer, Matthew S. , Ali, Talib Y.
Data Source:[J].Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2016, Vol.87 (2), pp.141-143AsMA
Abstract:Abstract: BACKGROUND: Presented is a rare case of transient unilateral facial nerve paralysis occurring in a pilot while on initial ascent in an F-16CM. This pathology is sporadically observed in the diving community, but rarely described in military or civil aviation. This ...
Author:Raslau, David , Abu Dabrh, Abd Moain , Summerfield, Douglas T. ...
Data Source:[J].Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2016, Vol.87 (6), pp.565-570AsMA
Abstract:Abstract: BACKGROUND: Aviation exposes pilots to various occupationally related hazards, including ionizing radiation and chemical combustion. The possibility of increased prostate cancer incidence and mortality among pilots is a subject of debate. This systematic review and...
Author:Quackenbush, Joseph , Duquin, Aubrey , Helfer, Samuel ...
Data Source:[J].Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2016, Vol.87 (1), pp.18-25AsMA
Abstract:Abstract: BACKGROUND: Hiking and trekking often occur at altitudes up to 12,000 ft altitude. The hypoxia-induced hyperventilation at altitude paradoxically reduces arterial CO2 (Paco2). A reduction in Paco2 results in va...

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