Hyperventilation – Over breathing causing high oxygen levels and low carbon dioxide levels in the blood. Stress and panic during the episode will further aggravate

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Motion Sickness

Motion sickness occurs when traveling in a vehicle. Most likely because signals received by the eye do not match the signals received by the organs

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Respiratory System

Breathing delivers oxygen to our body and extracts carbon dioxide produced by the body. The Upper Respiratory Tract – Nose and Nasal Cavity, Pharynx, Larynx.

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Safety Breifings

Basic knowledge obtained from a good safety briefing improves the outcome of accidents. Consider information could help yourself or passengers in an emergency. Use of

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The SHELL Model

SHELL – a model of human factors that clarifies the scope of aviation human factors. Software – interactions with paperwork, rules/procedures or checklists Hardware –

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Trapped Gas

Boyle’s law – The pressure of a given mass of a gas is inversely proportional to its volume at a constant temperature. If the air

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Nearly 70 Percent of all the sensory receptors in your body are in the eyes. The frequency of a light wave determines its hue. High

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