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Hypoxia Cited as Possible Cause to Crash in the Caribbean

TWC News - 05 Sep 2014
"They put you in a pressure chamber and evacuate the pressure and make you hypoxic," said Ernisse, "Many of these pilots like small corporate pilots or not big commercial airline or military pilots don't have that kind of training so they've never been ...

Leaking oxygen tank led to Mich. pilot's fatal crash, NTSB finds

The Detroit News - 22 Oct 2017
Hypoxia continues to be a dogged killer of pilots at high altitudes, partially because its effects are varied. One of the most famous US crashes resulting from loss of oxygen involved the death of professional golfer Payne Stewart in 1999. "They say ...


World Air Sports Federation - 12 Oct 2017
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List 2012 specifically prohibits the artificial delivery of oxygen, whereas the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) mandates the use of supplemental oxygen to counter the effects of hypoxia.

Chesapeake Bay dead zone this summer worst since 2014

Daily Press - 09 Oct 2017
In June, federal scientists predicted a bigger-than-average oxygen-deprived dead zone in the Chesapeake Bay this summer, and it turns out they were right. Researchers with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science who study bay hypoxia announced Monday ...

Some call for better pilot hypoxia training

AZFamily - 25 Sep 2017
Hypoxia is essentially the starvation of oxygen in the body. It can lead to feelings of euphoria and eventually disorientation and loss of consciousness. The National Transportation Safety Board says there have been several hypoxia-related crashes in ...

Hiker dies of hypoxia on Papua's highest mountain

Radio New Zealand - 10 Oct 2017
The head of Timika Search and Rescue, Monce Brury, said one of the helicopters was used to take the body of the dead man, Ahmad Hadi, and the other to carry out the other members of his party. The Tempo website reported Mr Hadi died of hypoxia which ...

Hypoxia caused fish kill in Macabebe, Masantol | SunStar

Sun.Star - 01 Oct 2017
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO - Hypoxia or oxygen depletion is the cause of fish kills in the Pampanga River in Macabebe and Masantol towns. This was based on the results of the water quality testing conducted by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic ...

Nature Reviews Cancer

Nature.com - 06 Oct 2017
How tumour-infiltrating T lymphocytes (TILs) adapt to metabolic challenges in the tumour microenvironment (TME) that might lead to their exhaustion — such as hypoglycaemia and hypoxia — to preserve their antitumour functions is not well understood ...

Hypoxia Inducible Factor 1 Inhibitor Pipeline Insights, 2017

E News Access (press release) - 13 Oct 2017
Hypoxia Inducible Factor 1 (HIF-1) Inhibitor-Mechanism of action Insights, 2017″, report provides comprehensive insights of the ongoing therapeutic research and development across Hypoxia Inducible Factor 1 (HIF-1) Inhibitor. The report provides a ...

Chesapeake Bay dead zones increased in 2017

Washington Post - 10 Oct 2017
Researchers with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science who study bay hypoxia said Monday that the total amount of dead zones this summer increased by 10 percent over last year. The increase came despite a drop in the overall duration and maximum ...

Clues emerge from Michigan pilot's mysterious crash

The Detroit News - 01 Oct 2017
25 suggest hypoxia, a debilitating loss of oxygen that slows motor skills, confusion and loss of consciousness, afflicted the aviator before his fatal nosedive. Moir's final two confirmed transmissions to controllers, just after leaving Gaylord, were ...

Cancer Evades Immune System Through the Help of MicroRNA

TrendinTech - 30 Sep 2017
Because of this, they use up all of their available blood supply, and as a result, they create a state of hypoxia. During this state cells often self-destruct, but this state has been known to help shield the tumor and enable it to thrive instead ...

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