Resting and exercising cardiorespiratory variables and acute mountain sickness.
The incidence of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is increasing. In a military context our current operational areas include mountainous regions with the implications of AMS including loss of operational tempo and logistical overstretch. Oxygen saturation and heart rate variability have in some studies been predictive of AMS while in others not. No single factor has been demonstrated consistently to be predictive of developing AMS.
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