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More choices for patients: Looking beyond acetazolamide to deal with high altitude sickness
 

More choices for patients: Looking beyond acetazolamide to deal with high altitude sickness

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High altitude illness is an acute situation caused by exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude, for which patients are usually prescribed acetazolamide. What are some other options to deal with this?
 
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12 Nov 2016 - General
 
Md Shamim Reza Mountain traekking gives pleasure and mountain sickness is difficult to determine who may effect. As you told Acetazolamide is given in daily dose of 500-1000 mg per day, hig...
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Mountain sickness or high attitude sickness is a common problem for many travellers. The more we go upward, the less is the oxygen concentration. The atmospheric pressure is also low. Our body is not habituated with that kind of atmosphere . So, the ...
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