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Rawal Medical Journal
Periodical of Pakistan Medical Association Rawalpindi Islamabad Branch
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Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau

Soon Yong Jung, Sang Yoon Jeon, Jae Hong Park, Sira Bang, Sang Eun Lee, Yong Han Kim.

Abstract
The environment is different at high altitude compared to that at sea level, especially in partial pressure related to brometric pressure. Therefore, the anesthesia in high altitude like Pamir, Tibet and Iranian Plateau deserves a special notice.

Key words: High altitude, barometric pressure, minimum alveolar partial pressure


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Pubmed Style

Jung SY, Jeon SY, Park JH, Bang S, Lee SE, Kim YH. Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau. RMJ. 2012; 37(1): 68-69.



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Jung SY, Jeon SY, Park JH, Bang S, Lee SE, Kim YH. Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau. www.scopemed.org/?mno=11814 [Access: July 29, 2014].



AMA (American Medical Association) Style

Jung SY, Jeon SY, Park JH, Bang S, Lee SE, Kim YH. Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau. RMJ. 2012; 37(1): 68-69.



Vancouver/ICMJE Style

Jung SY, Jeon SY, Park JH, Bang S, Lee SE, Kim YH. Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau. RMJ. (2012), [cited July 29, 2014]; 37(1): 68-69.



Harvard Style

Jung, S. Y., Jeon, S. Y., Park, J. H., Bang, S., Lee, S. E. & Kim, Y. H. (2012) Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau. RMJ, 37 (1), 68-69.



Turabian Style

Jung, Soon Yong, Sang Yoon Jeon, Jae Hong Park, Sira Bang, Sang Eun Lee, and Yong Han Kim. 2012. Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau. Rawal Medical Journal, 37 (1), 68-69.



Chicago Style

Jung, Soon Yong, Sang Yoon Jeon, Jae Hong Park, Sira Bang, Sang Eun Lee, and Yong Han Kim. "Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau." Rawal Medical Journal 37 (2012), 68-69.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Jung, Soon Yong, Sang Yoon Jeon, Jae Hong Park, Sira Bang, Sang Eun Lee, and Yong Han Kim. "Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau." Rawal Medical Journal 37.1 (2012), 68-69. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Jung, S. Y., Jeon, S. Y., Park, J. H., Bang, S., Lee, S. E. & Kim, Y. H. (2012) Consideration of altitude and barometric pressure for anesthesia and critical care in disaster of Iranian plateau. Rawal Medical Journal, 37 (1), 68-69.







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