1 edition of Short course on cardiopulmonary aspects of aerospace medicine. found in the catalog.
Short course on cardiopulmonary aspects of aerospace medicine.
Prepared under the sponsorship of the Aerospace Medical Panel of AGARD.
|Series||Agard report -- 758|
|Contributions||Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development. Aerospace Medical Panel.|
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Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development. Aerospace Medical Panel. Title(s): Short course on cardiopulmonary aspects of aerospace medicine. Country of Publication: France Publisher: Neuilly sur Seine, France: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development, This three-day, 24 hour short course is an overview of the neurological, psychiatric, and psychological aspects of aerospace medicine.
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This Lecture Series will update the information presented hin the AGARD Short Course on the Cardiopulmonary Aspects of Aerospace Medicine, and will be of primary relevance to military internists and cardiologists with an interest in aviation medicine, and to military Flight Surgeons.
This is a very good fundamental book on the basics of medical problems and their impact on aviators. As a flight surgeon in the Air Force, this book is a must have in my arsenal of knowledge.
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This scholarship will be used towards aerospace medicine education at the University of Texas Medical Branch to attend the Principles of Aviation and Space Medicine short course in July annually. The Shaskan Scholarship is a vital tool in our efforts to train tomorrow’s aerospace medicine physicians, preparing them to play essential roles in the human element of space exploration.
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