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HAPE – High Altitude Pulmonary Edema; Do to being in high altitudes the pressure on the body can cause a serious problem.

HAPE – High Altitude Pulmonary Edema; Do to being in high altitudes the pressure on the body can cause a serious problem.

At 2am on day 4 of the #Climb4Valor, the Tusker guides heard coughing. The climber was suffering from High Altitude Pulmonary Edema, a potentially fatal condition. Teaming up with Ripcord Travel Protection, Tusker stabilized the climber and evacuated him to safety.

At 2am on day 4 of the #Climb4Valor, the Tusker guides heard coughing. The climber was suffering from High Altitude Pulmonary Edema, a potentially fatal condition. Teaming up with Ripcord Travel Protection, Tusker stabilized the climber and evacuated him to safety.

Illustration showing high-altitude pulmonary edema

Illustration showing high-altitude pulmonary edema

Altitude and High-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE). Initial pres

Altitude and High-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE). Initial pres

At 2am on day 4 of the #Climb4Valor, the Tusker guides heard coughing. The climber was suffering from High Altitude Pulmonary Edema, a potentially fatal condition. Teaming up with Ripcord Travel Protection, Tusker stabilized the climber and evacuated him to safety. Read the full story: http://www.ripcordtravelprotection.com/kili-evac-022015/

At 2am on day 4 of the #Climb4Valor, the Tusker guides heard coughing. The climber was suffering from High Altitude Pulmonary Edema, a potentially fatal condition. Teaming up with Ripcord Travel Protection, Tusker stabilized the climber and evacuated him to safety. Read the full story: http://www.ripcordtravelprotection.com/kili-evac-022015/

High-altitude pulmonary edema - Wikipedia

High-altitude pulmonary edema - Wikipedia

Sign displays "Caution! Your are at 17586 ft (5360 m)"  "Altitude sickness—also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), altitude illness, hypobaropathy, "the altitude bends", or soroche—is a pathological effect of high altitude on humans, caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude. It commonly occurs above 2,400 metres (8,000 feet).[1][2] It presents as a collection of nonspecific symptoms, acquired at high altitude or in low air pressure, resembling a case…

Sign displays "Caution! Your are at 17586 ft (5360 m)" "Altitude sickness—also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), altitude illness, hypobaropathy, "the altitude bends", or soroche—is a pathological effect of high altitude on humans, caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude. It commonly occurs above 2,400 metres (8,000 feet).[1][2] It presents as a collection of nonspecific symptoms, acquired at high altitude or in low air pressure, resembling a case…