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The peer-reviewed monthly journal, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (ASEM) provides contact with physicians, life scientists, bioengineers, and medical specialists working in both basic medical research and in its clinical applications. It is the most used and cited journal in its field. ASEM is distributed to more than 80 nations.

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Volume 74, Number 10, October 2003

RESEARCH ARTICLE(S)

Acceleration-Induced Near-Loss of Consciousness: The “A-LOC” Syndrome
pp. 1021-1028(8)
Authors: Shender, Barry S.; Forster, Estrella M.; Hrebien, Leonid; Ryoo, Han Chool; Cammarota, Joseph P.

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Hyperoxia May Reduce Energetic Efficiency in the Trained Rat
pp. 1029-1033(5)
Authors: Eynan, Mirit; Arieli, Yehuda; Arieli, Ran; Bomzon, Arieh

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Negative Pressure Breathing Enhances Nitrogen Elimination
pp. 1034-1039(6)
Authors: Curry, Timothy B.; Lundgren, Claes E. G.

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Submaximal Exercise with Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus: The Effects of Hyperoxia and Inspired Gas Density
pp. 1040-1047(8)
Authors: Eves, Neil D.; Petersen, Stewart R.; Jones, Richard L.

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Contrast Sensitivity After +Gz Acceleration
pp. 1048-1051(4)
Authors: Chou, Ping-I; Wen, Te-Sheng; Wu, Yi-Chang; Horng, Chi-Ting; Liu, Chung-Chen

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The Risk of Altitude Decompression Sickness at 12,000 m and the Effect of Ascent Rate
pp. 1052-1057(6)
Authors: Pilmanis, Andrew A.; Webb, James T.; Kannan, Nandini; Balldin, Ulf I.

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Association Between Right-to-left Shunts and Brain Lesions in Sport Divers
pp. 1058-1060(3)
Authors: Gerriets, Tibo; Tetzlaff, Kay; Hutzelmann, Alfred; Liceni, Thomas; Kopiske, Gerrit; Struck, Niklas; Reuter, Michael; Kaps, Manfred

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Case-Control Study of Risk Factors for Fatal and Non-Fatal Injury in Crashes of Civil Aircraft
pp. 1061-1066(6)
Authors: O’Hare, David; Chalmers, David; Scuffham, Paul

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Perceived Fatigue for Short- and Long-Haul Flights: A Survey of 739 Airline Pilots
pp. 1072-1077(6)
Authors: Bourgeois-Bougrine, Samira; Carbon, Philippe; Gounelle, Charlotte; Mollard, Regis; Coblentz, Alex

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Inflight Workload Assessment: Comparison of Subjective and Physiological Measurements
pp. 1078-1084(7)
Authors: Lee, Yung-Hui; Liu, Bor-Shong

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REVIEW ARTICLE

Acute Soft Tissue Neck Injury from Unexpected Acceleration
pp. 1085-1090(6)
Author: Green, Nicholas D. C.

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Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 in Aviators: A Preventable Disease
pp. 1091-1100(10)
Authors: Steinkraus, Lawrence W.; Cayce, Walter; Golding, Allan

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CASE REPORT(S)

Hand Discomfort Following Heliox Chamber Dives
pp. 1101-1104(4)
Authors: Benton, Peter J.; Anthony, Gavin

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Cerebral Infarction in a 24-Year-Old Pilot
pp. 1105-1109(5)
Authors: Ohashi, Koichiro; Nakanishi, Kuniaki; Miyajima, Daijiro; Fukushima, Koji; Shirotani, Toshiki; Kuwamura, Keiichi; Tong, Andrew

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pp. 1110-1111(2)

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BOOK REVIEWS

Free Content Medical Aspects of Harsh Environments, Volumes 1 and 2
pp. 1112-1112(1)
Authors: Pandolf, KB; Burr, RE

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