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Leukocyte subsets and neutrophil function after short-term spaceflight. (1/199)

Changes in leukocyte subpopulations and function after spaceflight have been observed but the mechanisms underlying these changes are not well defined. This study investigated the effects of short-term spaceflight (8-15 days) on circulating leukocyte subsets, stress hormones, immunoglobulin levels, and neutrophil function. At landing, a 1.5-fold increase in neutrophils was observed compared with preflight values; lymphocytes were slightly decreased, whereas the results were variable for monocytes. No significant changes were observed in plasma levels of immunoglobulins, cortisol, or adrenocorticotropic hormone. In contrast, urinary epinephrine, norepinephrine, and cortisol were significantly elevated at landing. Band neutrophils were observed in 9 of 16 astronauts. Neutrophil chemotactic assays showed a 10-fold decrease in the optimal dose response after landing. Neutrophil adhesion to endothelial cells was increased both before and after spaceflight. At landing, the expression of MAC-1 was significantly decreased while L-selectin was significantly increased. These functional alterations may be of clinical significance on long-duration space missions.  (+info)

Eastward long distance flights, sleep and wake patterns in air crews in connection with a two-day layover. (2/199)

The present study describes the spontaneous sleep/wake pattern in connection with an eastward (Stockholm to Tokyo, +8 h) transmeridian flight and short (51 h) layovers. To describe all sleep episodes and the recovery process across 4 days, and to relate adjustment to individual differences, 49 Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) air crew were monitored for 9 days with activity monitors and sleep/wake diary before-during-after flight. The outbound flight involved a period of wakefulness extended to 21 h, frequently (87% of air crew) terminated by a long nap in Tokyo which was calm but difficult to wake up from. Then followed two night oriented sleep periods of normal length but of reduced efficiency, containing many and long awakenings. Napping was common during the extended periods of wakefulness, particularly during flights. During the recovery days, ease of rising from sleep in the mornings was difficult throughout, and feelings of not being refreshed returned to baseline levels on the third recovery sleep. Elevated daytime sleepiness (24% of the day) was observed on the first recovery day. No individual differences related to gender, age or position (cabin/pilot) was found in sleep strategy. Poor adjusters, subjects with a perceived lowered capacity on recovery days, showed more premature awakenings abroad and less refreshing sleep during the last 12 months, suggesting a decreased ability to cope with air crew scheduling. Comparisons with a westbound flight showed the eastbound flight layover sleep to be more problematic and containing more napping.  (+info)

Melatonin: aeromedical, toxicopharmacological, and analytical aspects. (3/199)

Melatonin, a pineal hormone present in the blood of humans and other species, has a distinct diurnal variation in its biosynthesis and, therefore, in its concentration. This variation has suggested the possibility of a regulatory function in day/night-dependent physiological processes such as sleep and has led scientists to explore the effects of administered melatonin on the modulation of circadian rhythms. For the self-treatment of sleep disorders and other benefits, melatonin use has been extolled to the extent that 20 million new consumers were added to the U.S. retail market in 1995. Its principal aeromedical application has been in the experimental treatment of jet-lag effects. For aircraft passengers, melatonin administration at destination bedtime appears to improve sleep quality and to decrease the time required to reestablish normal circadian rhythms. For international aircrews that travel through multiple time zones without time to adapt to new environments, taking melatonin before arriving home may further impair already disturbed circadian rhythms. Its use to adjust to shiftwork changes by air traffic controllers, aircraft maintenance workers, and support personnel is even more controversial. Limited studies suggest that giving this hormone to shift workers should be done only under controlled conditions and that taking it at the wrong time may actually impair job performance. Because of its possible interaction with certain medications and the changes in its concentrations observed in some clinical conditions, the practitioner must exercise caution during the medical certification of airmen. The variations in the concentration of melatonin can be effectively determined by radioimmunoassay, high-performance liquid chromatography, and gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy analytical techniques. These techniques are capable of measuring the human daytime (10 pg/mL) and nighttime (30-120 pg/mL) melatonin in plasma/serum. Melatonin measurements in victims of accidental death may allow forensic scientists and accident investigators to use the relationship between its concentration and the time of day when death occurred. The most accurate estimations of the time of death result from analysis of melatonin content of the whole pineal body, whereas less accurate estimates are obtained from serum and urine analyses. Pineal levels of melatonin are unlikely to be altered by exogenous melatonin, but its blood and urine levels would change. High blood levels in a daytime crash victim would suggest exogenous supplementation. The possible interfering effects of postmortem biochemical processes on melatonin concentrations in whole blood and in other tissues are not well understood, and there is a need for the continuing research into melatonin's chronobiological properties to define its proper applications and limitations. The indiscriminate use of melatonin by aviation professionals may pose unacceptable safety risks for air travel.  (+info)

Sympathetic outflow to muscle in humans during short periods of microgravity produced by parabolic flight. (4/199)

We have investigated the changes in muscle sympathetic nerve activity (MSNA) from the tibial nerve during brief periods of microgravity (microG) for approximately 20 s produced by parabolic flight. MSNA was recorded microneurographically from 13 quietly seated human subjects with their knee joints extended in a jet aircraft simultaneously with the electrocardiogram, the blood pressure wave (measured with a Finapres), the respiration curve, and the thoracic fluid volume (measured by impedance plethysmography). During quiet and seated parabolic flight, MSNA was activated in hypergravity and was suppressed in microG phasically. At the entry to hypergravity at 2 G just before microG, the thoracic fluid volume was reduced by 3.2 +/- 3%, and the arterial blood pressure was lowered transiently and then gradually elevated from 89.5 +/- 1.7 to 100.2 +/- 1.7 mmHg, which caused the enhancement of MSNA by 91.4 +/- 14.2%. At the entry to microG, the thoracic fluid volume was increased by 3.4%, which lowered the mean blood pressure to 77.9 +/- 2.3 mmHg and suppressed the MSNA by 17.2%. However, this suppression lasted only approximately 10 s, followed by an enhancement of MSNA that continued for several seconds. We conclude that MSNA is suppressed and then enhanced during microG produced by parabolic flight. These changes in MSNA are in response not only to intrathoracic fluid volume changes but also to arterial blood pressure changes, both of which are caused by body fluid shifts induced by parabolic flight, and these changes are quite phasic and transient.  (+info)

Medical advice for commercial air travelers. (5/199)

Family physicians are often asked to advise patients who are preparing to travel. The Air Carrier Access Act of 1986 has enabled more passengers with medical disabilities to choose air travel. All domestic U.S. airlines are required to carry basic (but often limited) medical equipment, although several physiologic stresses associated with flight may predispose travelers with underlying medical conditions to require emergency care. Recommendations for passengers with respiratory, cardiac or postsurgical conditions must be individualized and should be based on objective testing measures. Specific advice for patients with diabetes, postsurgical or otolaryngologic conditions may make air travel less hazardous for these persons. Air travel should be delayed after scuba diving to minimize the chance of developing decompression sickness. Although no quick cure for jet lag exists, several simple suggestions may make travel across time zones more comfortable.  (+info)

Chronic jet lag produces cognitive deficits. (6/199)

Traveling across time zones causes disruption to the normal circadian rhythms and social schedules because of travelers' shift in time. As the endogenous circadian timing system adapts slowly to new time cues, the phase relationship between biological rhythms and external time cues are out of synchronization for a period of time. This disturbance of circadian rhythms has been shown to impair physical and psychological health (Winget et al., 1984). To test the effects of repeated jet lag on mental abilities, airline cabin crew were compared with ground crew. Salivary cortisol was used as a physiological marker for circadian disruption. The cabin crew group, who had a history of repeated jet lag, had significantly higher salivary cortisol levels in an average working day. In addition, this elevated level of cortisol was only seen in the same subjects when the cabin crew were on transmeridian flights but not domestic flights. Cabin crew also exhibited cognitive deficits, possibly in working memory, that became apparent after several years of chronic disruption of circadian rhythms.  (+info)

Airway management during spaceflight: A comparison of four airway devices in simulated microgravity. (7/199)

BACKGROUND: The authors compared airway management in normogravity and simulated microgravity with and without restraints for laryngoscope-guided tracheal intubation, the cuffed oropharyngeal airway, the standard laryngeal mask airway, and the intubating laryngeal mask airway. METHODS: Four trained anesthesiologist-divers participated in the study. Simulated microgravity during spaceflight was obtained using a submerged, full-scale model of the International Space Station Life Support Module and neutrally buoyant equipment and personnel. Customized, full-torso manikins were used for performing airway management. Each anesthesiologist-diver attempted airway management on 10 occasions with each device in three experimental conditions: (1) with the manikin at the poolside (poolside); (2) with the submerged manikin floating free (free-floating); and (3) with the submerged manikin fixed to the floor using a restraint (restrained). Airway management failure was defined as failed insertion after three attempts or inadequate device placement after insertion. RESULTS: For the laryngoscope-guided tracheal intubation, airway management failure occurred more frequently in the free-floating (85%) condition than the restrained (8%) and poolside (0%) conditions (both, P < 0.001). Airway management failure was similar among conditions for the cuffed oropharyngeal airway (poolside, 10%; free-floating, 15%; restrained, 15%), laryngeal mask airway (poolside, 0%; free-floating, 3%; restrained, 0%), and intubating laryngeal mask airway (poolside, 5%; free-floating, 5%; restrained, 10%). Airway management failure for the laryngoscope-guided tracheal intubation was usually caused by failed insertion (> 90%), and for the cuffed oropharyngeal airway, laryngeal mask airway, and intubating laryngeal mask airway, it was always a result of inadequate placement. CONCLUSION: The emphasis placed on the use of restraints for conventional tracheal intubation in microgravity is appropriate. Extratracheal airway devices may be useful when restraints cannot be applied or intubation is difficult.  (+info)

Incidence of cancer among commercial airline pilots. (8/199)

OBJECTIVES: To describe the cancer pattern in a cohort of commercial pilots by follow up through the Icelandic Cancer Registry. METHODS: This is a retrospective cohort study of 458 pilots with emphasis on subcohort working for an airline operating on international routes. A computerised file of the cohort was record linked to the Cancer Registry by making use of personal identification numbers. Expected numbers of cancer cases were calculated on the basis of number of person-years and incidences of cancer at specific sites for men provided by the Cancer Registry. Numbers of separate analyses were made according to different exposure variables. RESULTS: The standardised incidence ratio (SIR) for all cancers was 0.97 (95% confidence interval (95% CI) 0.62 to 1.46) in the total cohort and 1.16 (95% CI 0.70 to 1.81) among those operating on international routes. The SIR for malignant melanoma of the skin was 10.20, 95% CI 3.29 to 23.81 in the total cohort and 15.63, 95% CI 5.04 to 36.46 in the restricted cohort. Analyses according to number of block-hours and radiation dose showed that malignant melanomas were found in the subgroups with highest exposure estimates, the SIRs were 13.04 and 28.57 respectively. The SIR was 25.00 for malignant melanoma among those who had been flying over five time zones. CONCLUSIONS: The study shows a high occurrence of malignant melanoma among pilots. It is open to discussion what role exposure of cosmic radiation, numbers of block-hours flown, or lifestyle factors--such as possible excessive sunbathing--play in the aetiology of cancer among pilots. This calls for further and more powerful studies. The excess of malignant melanoma among those flying over five time zones suggests that the importance of disturbance of the circadian rhythm should be taken into consideration in future studies.  (+info)

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A Douglas Thor intermediate range ballistic missile arrives in the UK. The missile is on a trolley and is being removed from the cargo bay via the nose of an C-124 Globemaster of the United States Air Forces Military Air Transport Service (M.A.T.S). Royal Air Force Police and doghandlers are nearby.
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On January 23, 2015, U.S. District Judge James Otero granted three summary judgments of non-infringement in favor of Irell & Manella client B/E Aerospace in a patent lawsuit brought by MAG Aerospace Industries Inc., a Zodiac Aerospace company, in the Central District of California. Based on the rulings, the entire case against B/E Aerospace was dismissed.. MAG Aerospace sued B/E Aerospace in August 2013 for allegedly infringing three patents related to vacuum toilets that can be used on commercial aircraft. The patents pertain specifically to vacuum toilet assemblies and methods for repairing these toilets (U.S. Patent Numbers 6,353,942; 6,536,054; and 6,536,055). In its complaint, MAG Aerospace claimed that B/E Aerospaces patented lightweight Ecosystems vacuum toilet infringed MAGs earlier patents. Within days of receiving the complaint, B/E Aerospace publicly denied these allegations and shortly thereafter retained Irell to defend against MAG Aerospaces claims. After claim construction ...
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The European Society of Aerospace Medicine was founded in 2006 as an umbrella organisation in the field of Aerospace Medicine. As a pan-European, independent forum, it works to promote the safety and health of all persons involved in aviation and space operations , and to coordinate European aerospace medical interests across all national and organisational boundaries.. ...
The Institute of Aerospace Medicine (IAM), Indian Air Force is the only Institute of its kind in South East Asia that offers a Post Graduate Degree (MD) in Aerospace Medicine. The course is of three y
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Thierry Merlot, Hexcels president, aerospace - Europe, Middle East and Asia, said, "This investment is in response to local customer demand and demonstrates our commitment to support the commercial aerospace industrys growing use of composite materials in China.". Han Hua, chairman of Future Aerospace, which makes aircraft and aerospace engine parts and components, said, "The collaboration enables Future Aerospace and Hexcel to play a key role in supporting the development and implementation of composite material applications in commercial aerospace industries in China for both Chinese and global aerospace customers.". The laboratory is planned to open in September 2018 when it will be making composite coupons for mechanical testing, building on the work that Hexcel already carries out at its European and American sites.. June 4, 2018. ...
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Congress has directed studies of women in the military. The frequency and causes of medical disqualification for female applicants to Army aviator training are unknown. The U.S. Army Aviation Epidemiology Data Register was queried to provide a descriptive analysis of a cohort of female applicants to Army aviator training for calendar years 1987 to 1990. There was a total of 774 female Class 1 and Class 1A applicants to U.S. Army aviator training during calendar years 1987 to 1990. Among the applicants, 41.2 percent were Class 1 (Warrant officer candidates) and 58.8 percent were Class IA (Commissioned officers). Commissioned officer applicants were significantly younger than Warrant officer applicants (p < 0.001, 2-sided, Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistic). Among Class 1 applicants, 38.9 percent were medically disqualified compared to 36.7 percent for Class 1A. There was no difference in the risk for medical disqualification between Class 1 and 1A (Relative risk = 1.059, CI sub 95% = O.882, 1.272)
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Introduction The prevalence of flight-related neck pain in all Royal Air Force (RAF) aircrew is 66% and 70% in UK fast-jet aircrew. The RAF Aircrew Conditioning Programme (ACP) has been designed to enhance pilot performance through reducing fatigue and strain injuries, particularly to the neck. Content validity of the ACP was assessed to determine the…
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The Vampire had a couple of vices. The first was that its engine was very slow to accelerate from low speed. This was due to the fact that it had a large and thus heavy centrifugal compressor at the front of its Goblin engine, an engine which was not far removed from the one Sir Frank Whittle, the inventor of the jet engine, had built prior to WWII. On most aircraft, during the approach to landing, one would normally have the engine throttled back. Should one find oneself undershooting the threshold of the runway it would become necessary to open the throttle to arrest the descent. Opening the throttle too rapidly on a Vampire with the engine at a low rpm would produce a loud protesting rumble from behind the pilots seat and a possibility that the engine could stall resulting in a total loss of power and the inevitable crash. The trick was to lower plenty of flap on the final approach to create more drag thus necessitating higher engine rpm to maintain speed. This took the engine out of the ...
The Vampire had a couple of vices. The first was that its engine was very slow to accelerate from low speed. This was due to the fact that it had a large and thus heavy centrifugal compressor at the front of its Goblin engine, an engine which was not far removed from the one Sir Frank Whittle, the inventor of the jet engine, had built prior to WWII. On most aircraft, during the approach to landing, one would normally have the engine throttled back. Should one find oneself undershooting the threshold of the runway it would become necessary to open the throttle to arrest the descent. Opening the throttle too rapidly on a Vampire with the engine at a low rpm would produce a loud protesting rumble from behind the pilots seat and a possibility that the engine could stall resulting in a total loss of power and the inevitable crash. The trick was to lower plenty of flap on the final approach to create more drag thus necessitating higher engine rpm to maintain speed. This took the engine out of the ...
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The United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) is the United States Air Force (USAF) organization focused on education, research, and worldwide operational consultation in aerospace- and operational medicine. USAFSAM was founded in 1918 to conduct research into the medical and physiologic domains related to human flight, and as a school for medical officers trained to support military aviation operations, later coined as flight surgeons. The school supported early military aviation from World War I through the evolution of aviation and into the modern era. USAFSAM conducted medical research and provided medical support for the initial US space operations beginning in 1947 through the establishment of NASA in 1958. After the creation of NASA, USAFSAM continued to actively support civilian and military manned space missions through clinical and physiologic research. USAFSAM is the oldest continually operating school for flight surgeons and other operational medical personnel of ...
G-3, Aerospace Couplings, Fittings, Hose, Tubing Assemblies This Committee is responsible for developing and maintaining standards for design, test, and procurement of fluid systems part standards to improve reliability and economy. Their primary focus is on AS standards development and support of military standards. The Committee also develops ISO standards in a Subcommittee Advisory Group (SCAG) to ISO/TC 20/SC 10, and SAE-MA derivatives thereof. Structure: SAE G-3 -- Parent committee SAE G-3A -- Aerospace Couplings Subcommittee SAE G-3B -- Aerospace Fittings Subcommittee SAE G-3D -- Aerospace Hose Subcommittee SAE G-3E - Aerospace Tubing Assemblies Subcommittee U.S. SCAG to ISO/TC 20/SC 10 -- ISO standards Major projects: Support of Military Standards Reform Support of military standard conversions to MIL-PERF and MIL-DTL. Development of AS replacements for military standards designated for conversion. Establish document to list G-3 accepted replacements for replaced part standards and ...
AMS CE Elastomers Committee Welcome to the AMS-CE Elastomers Committee Discussion Forum. The AMS-CE Elastomers Committee maintains Aerospace Materials Specifications (AMS), Aerospace Recommended Practices (ARP), Aerospace Information Reports (AIR) and Aerospace Standards (AS) on elastomeric materials. AMS-CE, which reports to the Aerospace Materials Division, coordinates and maintains liaison with industry, government and other standardization groups on elastomeric materials. A significant part of this committee is concerned with elastomeric fluid sealing materials, their applications, material development, testing, quality, design parameters and design practices. No copyrighted material may be posted in this forum. SAE is not liable for opinions expressed or information posted to this forum. All information posted becomes the property of SAE. ...
Air travel has become an important part of modern life. Many more women are now employed in jobs that involve frequent flying, and, in fact, most flight attendants are women of reproductive age. In parallel, with the average age of starting a family steadily increasing, many more pregnant women have medical conditions that might be exacerbated by air travel.. Naturally, the most compelling studies on reproductive risks originate from research in flight attendants. In a cross-sectional survey among current and former flight attendants, Lauria et al 1 did not detect higher rates of miscarriage associated with active work. They did, however, find higher rates of menstrual irregularities among current flight attendants and 60% higher rates of infertility. 1 The lack of risk of spontaneous abortions was corroborated by others. 2 However, flight attendants who experienced spontaneous abortions reported working substantially more flight hours (74 hours per month) than did flight attendants who had live ...
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Background: Commercial airline crew is one of the occupational groups with the highest exposures to ionising radiation. Crew members are also exposed to other physical risk factors and subject to potential disruption of circadian rhythms. Methods: This study analyses mortality in a pooled cohort of 93,771 crew members from 10 countries. The cohort was followed for a mean of 21.7 years (2.0 million
U.S. Aerospace Components MRO Market Growth & Trends. The U.S. aerospace components MRO market size is expected to reach USD 4.4 billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 1.6%, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Growing aerospace sector in U.S. is projected to propel the demand for MRO services, thereby driving the industry growth. Rapid growth of air transportation has resulted in expansion of fleet size in the aviation industry, which is a major driver for the market growth.. In addition, the development of advanced and next-generation aircraft is estimated to further benefit the U.S. aerospace components MRO market. Factors, such as technological advancements and optimization of the supply chain, are anticipated to fuel the market growth. In addition, the market is characterized by the presence of several repair or specialty service providers offering support for various component MRO activities.. This is anticipated to augment the market growth. Major companies maintain ...
According to the latest market research report "Aerospace Foam Market: By Types (Polyethylene, Cross-Linked Polyethylene, Polyurethane, Reticulated Polyurethane, Melamine, Specialty And Others) By End Users (Commercial Aircrafts, Military Aircrafts, General Aircrafts And Others) & Geography -Forecast(2016-2021)" published by IndustryARC, estimates the market to reach $5917.60m by 2021.. Browse 14 Market Tables, 74 Figures spread through 162 slides and an in-depth TOC on "Aerospace Foam Market (2016 - 2021)" - http://industryarc.com/Report/15149/aerospace-foam-market.html. Foams in aerospace industry are used for variety of applications including temperature insulation, acoustic insulation, flame resistance, and reduction of air leakage. The foams used for aerospace purposes satisfies criteria such as low density and fire retardancy, since weight increase directly impacts cost of operation, while prevention of fire may avoid accidents and casualties. The key segmentations for refinery process ...
NASA has formed an advisory group on behalf of the National Space Council to represent non-federal aerospace organizations.. The space agency said Tuesday the Users Advisory Group will advise and inform the National Space Council on various aerospace issues such as U.S. and international laws and regulations; security matters concerning civil and commercial space sectors; and space exploration priorities, among others.. UAG will have between 15 and 30 members who will be selected to serve as representatives or special government employees.. Representatives will be chosen from non-federal aerospace organizations to advocate for their sectors while SGEs will be appointed for their expertise in a particular aerospace field to give objective advice.. ...
He shared credit with Lt. Alan F. Winslow for the squadrons first confirmed victories, which were the first victories by fighter aircraft of an American-trained flying unit in the war. Campbell and Winslow each shot down and captured a pilot from Jasta 64w on April 14, 1918. He became the second Air Service ace and the first by an American-trained aviator when he downed his fifth enemy aircraft over Lironville, France on May 31, 1918.. Campbell was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross with Oak Leaf Cluster for bravery in aerial combat over Flirey, France on May 19, 1918. He was also awarded the Croix de Guerre avec palme by the French military. He scored his sixth and final victory on June 5, 1918.. During this last action, Campbell was wounded by an exploding artillery shell and was sent back to the United States to recover from severe shrapnel injuries to his back. During his recuperation, he made appearances at numerous war bond rallies. Campbell hoped to return to combat and was ...
Where are the friendliest, most helpful and efficient flight attendants in the world found this year? Overwhelmingly on Asian airlines, according to passengers from 160 countries, who completed 18 million customer satisfaction ratings of their favorite airline cabin crew. Here are the the 10 best in 2013. ...
import h2o from h2o.estimators.gbm import H2OGradientBoostingEstimator h2o.init() h2o.cluster().show_status() # import the airlines dataset: # This dataset is used to classify whether a flight will be delayed YES or not NO # original data can be found at http://www.transtats.bts.gov/ airlines= h2o.import_file(https://s3.amazonaws.com/h2o-public-test-data/smalldata/airlines/allyears2k_headers.zip) # convert columns to factors airlines[Year]= airlines[Year].asfactor() airlines[Month]= airlines[Month].asfactor() airlines[DayOfWeek] = airlines[DayOfWeek].asfactor() airlines[Cancelled] = airlines[Cancelled].asfactor() airlines[FlightNum] = airlines[FlightNum].asfactor() # set the predictor names and the response column name predictors = [Origin, Dest, Year, UniqueCarrier, DayOfWeek, Month, Distance, FlightNum] response = IsDepDelayed # split into train and validation sets train, valid= airlines.split_frame(ratios = [.8], seed = 1234) # try using the ...
F-35 Lightning II is the only international fifth generation multirole fighter plane in the world. The extreme agility and stealth features along with integrated sensor package and modern weaponry provide the F-35 with a tactical edge over all other fighter aircraft.. The single-seat fighter is armed with a range of weapon systems, such as Sidewinder and Storm Shadow, as well as Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAMs).. Lockheed Martin is the prime contractor of the F-35, while its major partners include Northrop Grumman, BAE Systems and Pratt & Whitney.. The F-35 completed its maiden flight in December 2006. The three F-35 variants, including the conventional take-off and landing (CTOL), short take-off / vertical landing (STOVL) and carrier variant (CV), will replace the A-10 and F-16 of the US Air Force, the F/A-18 of the US Navy, the F/A-18 and AV-8B Harrier of the US Marine Corps and various fighters of other allied nations.. ...
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Aerospace Medicine is a branch of preventive medicine that is concerned with the physiological and psychological stresses on the human body in flight. (Encarta Reference)
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Plastics Market. Applications comprise wings & rotor blades, airframe & fuselage, and cabin areas. Airframe & fuselage was the biggest segment in 2013. Demand for aerospace plastics in wings & rotor blades surpassed 7, 900 tons in 2014. Plastics adoption in wings makes the latter quite resistant to metal fatigue. Demand for cabin area applications would grow at over 5 percent CAGR till 2024.. Polymers are polyether ketone ketone (PEKK), polyether ether ketone (PEEK), and polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA). PEKK was nearly USD 74.5 million in 2014. It has high glass transition temperature & mechanical load. PMMA generated around USD 168 million in 2014. It is used in flight decks & cockpits owing to its lightweight features.. Aerospace plastics do not rust and can function better than other materials. This characteristic bodes well for the aerospace plastics market and drives its incomes. End-users consist of military aircrafts, general aviation, and commercial & freighter aircrafts. Commercial ...
CHICAGO, March 12- American Airlines Group Incs flight attendants union said on Thursday it was bracing for an increase in flight cancellations after sweeping U.S. restrictions on travel from Europe.
Have you ever been curious what medical equipment is available if you were involved in an in-flight medical emergency? Ill admit that Im one of the last people to raise my hand when flight attendants ask for medical personnel to assist. However, Ive been on two flights where I was the only medical provider. After being involved in two in-flight medical emergencies within the same year, I decided to investigate this topic further. Surprisingly, there is no medical provider on 10-25 % of all flights. It is estimated that 44,000 in-flight medical emergencies occur yearly with 7.3% of them requiring diversion of the flight. Its quite a foreign feeling to be assessing and treating a patient in a nontraditional setting without your everyday equipment readily available. So, in the unlikely event this happens to you, here is a list of the minimum medical equipment requirements for commercial flights carrying at least 20-30 passengers with at least 1 flight attendant on board per FAA guidelines ...
Hudek was charged with interfering with a flight crew, which carries a possible sentence of up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. He is expected to remain in custody at least until a detention hearing on July 13.. One flight attendant and a passenger were taken to a hospital after suffering severe facial injuries, authorities said. Perry Cooper, a spokesman for the Port of Seattle, described the injuries as non-life-threatening.. A probable cause statement written by FBI special agent Caryn Highley said Hudek was sitting in the first row of the Boeing 767s first-class section. He asked a flight attendant for a beer before takeoff, and was served one, but he exhibited no sign of being intoxicated and ordered no other alcoholic drinks, the attendant told authorities.. About an hour into the flight, while the plane was over the Pacific Ocean northwest of Vancouver Island, Hudek went into the forward restroom. He came out quickly, asked the attendant a question, and went back in, the agent ...
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  • Protocols for avoidance of the effects of hyperoxia exist in fields where oxygen is breathed at higher-than-normal partial pressures, including underwater diving using compressed breathing gases , hyperbaric medicine, neonatal care and human spaceflight . (wikipedia.org)
  • Dr. Warren Silberman, DO and Dr. Bruce Wright, PhD deliver a microlearning lesson on how human physiology at altitude makes aerospace medicine unique. (faa.gov)
  • Coverage includes human physiology under flight conditions, clinical medicine in the aerospace environment, and the impact of the aviation industry on global public health. (zookal.com)
  • The need to understand basic aerospace physiology has been accelerated by the growing number of passengers who use commercial air travel and, in particular, the increasing number of elderly, disabled or chronically ill passengers. (aafp.org)
  • Fundamentals of Aerospace Medicine I is the first in a series of three courses that provide a foundation of basic principles and concepts applicable to the multiple realms encountered in the field of aerospace medicine. (wright.edu)
  • Michelle Homer, a 4th year medical student at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry is among the recipients of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) highest scholastic award. (uwo.ca)
  • The Aerospace Medical Association (telephone: 703-739-2240) monograph "Medical Guidelines for Airline Travel" 2 is a useful guide for physicians providing these determinations. (aafp.org)
  • ICAM 2020 will be the first International forum to bring together the entire civilian and military specialists involved in Aerospace Medicine, Airlines medical doctors, Repatriation, and Occupation. (asma.org)
  • Following the elective I was fortunate that my research abstract was accepted for presentation at the Aerospace Medicine Association (AsMA) annual scientific meeting in Denver, USA. (jewishmedicalassociationuk.org)
  • The Aerospace Medical Association ( www.asma.org ) recommends evaluating chronic med-ical conditions and addressing instabilities prior to travel, particularly in those who have underlying cardiovascular disease, a history of deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism, chronic lung disease, surgical conditions, seizures, stroke, mental illness, or diabetes. (cdc.gov)
  • Its a 3 years PG course and taught in Institute of Aerospace Medicine (IAM), Bangalore, India. (medchrome.com)
  • Within the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the Institute of Aerospace Medicine with its Department of Aviation and Space Psychology in Hamburg forms a central interface between technological innovations and humans. (dlr.de)
  • Scientists from the Astrobiology Working Group of the DLR Institute of Aerospace Medicine, in collaboration with the Medical University of Graz and the UK Center for Astrobiology, have examined samples from the International Space Station ISS and found that the microbiome poses no direct danger to the crew of a spacecraft. (dlr.de)
  • Within the German Aerospace Center the Institute of Aerospace Medicine is the only research institution that primarily deals with life science problems concerning space flight, aviation and traffic. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Institute of Aerospace Medicine (IAM), Indian Air Force is the only Institute of its kind in South East Asia that offers a Post Graduate Degree (MD) in Aerospace Medicine. (rxpgonline.com)
  • SpaceLife is funded in equal parts by the "President's Initiative and Networking Fund" ("Impuls- und Vernetzungsfonds des Präsidenten") of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers and by the DLR (Executive Board Member for Space Research and Technology and Institute of Aerospace Medicine). (wordpress.com)
  • In general, all doctoral candidates at Institute of Aerospace Medicine can actively participate in the Research School regardless of the type of funding they obtained (basic or third-party). (wordpress.com)
  • Dr. Abeer Hasaf and Dr. Tarik Hamandee, Co-Presidency of the Health Commission for Al-Jazeera in Canton, sent a letter to MAG Logistics to " extend the deepest thanks and appreciation to the Canadian Government and both the Humpty Institute and MAG Logistics Canadian company for sending (880 lbs) of medicine . (magaero.com)
  • After completing surgical internship training at Balboa Naval Hospital, San Diego, California, and aerospace medicine training at the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute, Pensacola, Florida, he served as a naval flight surgeon at Cubi Point, Republic of the Philippines. (friends-partners.org)
  • Presented at USAF School Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, Texas July 1992. (google.com)
  • This section addresses selected acute illnesses that may occur in aerospace settings that related to respiratory system, including sudden decompression, altitude decompression sickness, venous gas embolism, pulmonary thromboembolism, pulmonary overinflation injury (systemic arterial gas embolism, pneumothorax), loss of consciousness caused by gravity forces (g-LOC) and air-travel hypoxemia. (ispub.com)
  • This edition features new chapters on radiation, toxicology and microbiology, dental considerations in aerospace medicine, women's health issues, commercial human space flight, space exploration, and unique aircraft including parachuting. (zookal.com)
  • Aerospace Skills for Healthcare Providers I is intended to provide an integration of flightcrew (pilot) operational aeronautical knowledge/skills and pertinent aeromedical concepts as it pertains to the flight surgeon. (wright.edu)
  • Baghdad, Iraq - November 28, 2016 - MAG Aerospace, MAG Logistics and MAG SG, along with Momentum Solutions donated essential medicines to the Unity Iraq Foundation for Relief & Development (UIFRD) to assist with treating patients in Baghdad, Iraq. (magaero.com)
  • Contact the Aerospace Medicine and Vestibular Research Laboratory about its research on the exposure of humans to high and extreme altitudes, acceleration and spatial disorientation, or about its research on mitigation of motion and simulator sickness. (mayo.edu)
  • Recognizing the importance to aeronautics of scientific endeavors in the field of medicine, the Jeffries Aerospace Medicine and Life Sciences Research Award was established in 1940 to honor the memory of the American physician, John Jeffries, whose scientific investigations were published in a "Narrative of Two Aerial Voyages" in 1786. (aiaa.org)
  • The Medicine collection primarily supports the teaching, research and clinical needs of the Perelman School of Medicine, the Biomedical Graduate Groups, and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP). (upenn.edu)
  • Chinese Journal of Aerospace Medicine, Year 2017, Issue 01 -New Issue Alert. (wordpress.com)
  • For a more complete review of the Nursing, Dental, and Veterinary Medicine collections, see their individual collection policies. (upenn.edu)
  • WHO HQ Library catalog › Results of search for 'su:{Aerospace medicine. (who.int)
  • An introduction to the basics of aerospace medical issues that prepares students for the aeromedical concerns and operational flight environment course. (wright.edu)
  • This is the second in a series of three courses designed to bridge traditional didactic knowledge obtained in the classroom with the post-graduation operational aerospace environment. (wright.edu)
  • This report will be updated annually and will be used by the aerospace community, including FAA leadership, aerospace researchers, advocacy groups, legislative staff, and the general public. (faa.gov)
  • Medical Assistants play a very important role in medicine but they only take 3-8 months of training after High School thus putting more workload on Doctors to double check what the Medical Assistants are doing. (hubpages.com)
  • For committed outstanding work in developing and implementing biomedical and life detection sensors supporting both aerospace missions and application to civilian needs. (aiaa.org)
  • Wilderness medicine , providing "vital emergency care in remote settings" is a rapidly evolving field and is of increasing importance as more people engage in hiking, climbing, kayaking and other potentially hazardous activities in the backcountry. (wikipedia.org)
  • Esteemed businessman and aerospace engineer Norman Augustine was award. (bio-medicine.org)
  • Esteemed businessman and aerospace engineer Norman Augustine was awarded the prestigious Vannevar Bush Medal, an award the NSB presents to an individual whom, through public service activities in science and technology, has made an outstanding "contribution toward the welfare of mankind and the nation. (bio-medicine.org)