hypobaric chamber


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hypobaric chamber

A chamber used to induce a decrease in ambient pressure as would occur in ascending to altitude. This type of chamber is used primarily for training and experimental purposes. Also called an altitude chamber, decompression chamber, or environmental chamber.
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We aimed to examine QTd during hypobaric chamber training to observe the effect of hypobaric hypoxia on QT dispersion.
The participants trained for 10 days, 2 h daily on a cycle ergometer placed in a hypobaric chamber at a simulated altitude of 2,500 m.
The research was carried out in hypobaric chamber using helmet and mask usually supplied to jet pilots connected to oxygen cylinder and equipped with a preset automatic mixer.
paragraf: "Although asystole is an expected event in the hypobaric chamber training." asagidaki gibi duzeltilmistir (Yazar)
Using USARIEM facilities such as the hypobaric chamber, scientists can study this and other issues by simulating conditions experienced by Soldiers in Afghanistan and elsewhere.
Ascites syndrome and related pathologies in feed restricted broilers raised in a hypobaric chamber. Poult.
A study by researchers at the University of Leicester in England, in which healthy volunteers sat for eight hours at a time in a hypobaric chamber with reduced oxygen, found that such conditions did not promote venous thromboembolism.
showed a marked increase in Sa[0.sub.2] and ventilation at 4500 m (hypobaric chamber) after IH (16).
UKA's medical staff have expressed their confidence he will regain fitness in time and will spend much of his recovery time over the coming days in a hypobaric chamber to speed healing.
To prepare for the atmosphere almost six miles up David, 41, has been in a hypobaric chamber at RAF Henlow, Bedfordshire.
The experiment was performed in the hypobaric chamber at the Institute of Aviation Medicine, Royal Australian Air Force Base, Edinburgh, South Australia.