Human Factor – Medical

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Human Factor - Medical

Human Factor - Medical

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Carbon monoxide poisoning can be caused by... 

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What is the function of the red blood cells (erythrocytes)? 

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The average decrease of blood alcohol level for an adult in one hour is approximately... 

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Which altitude marks the lower limit where the body is unable to completely compensate the effects of the low atmospheric pressure? 

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Which of the following is NOT a symptom of hyperventilation? 

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What is the function of the white blood cells (leucocytes)? 

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From which altitude on does the body usually react to the decreasing atmospheric pressure? 

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What does the term "Red-out" mean? 

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Which of the following symptoms may indicate hypoxia? 

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What is the percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere at 6000 ft? 

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Which of the human senses is most influenced by hypoxia? 

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Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for hypoxia? 

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Air consists of oxygen, nitrogen and other gases. What is the approximate percentage of other gases? 

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Anemic hypoxia can be caused by... 

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At which altitude is the atmospheric pressure approximately half the MSL value (1013 hPa)? 

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The majority of aviation accidents are caused by... 

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Carbon monoxide poisoning can be caused by... 

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What is the percentage of nitrogen in the atmosphere? 

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What is the function of the blood platelets (thrombocytes)? 

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Which of the following is responsible for blood coagulation? 

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