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Clinical Signs and Symptoms of Acute Hypoxia

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Description:

Acute hypoxia due to a reduction of environmental oxygen can result in a number of signs and symptoms which can vary between individuals. These findings may be modified by concurrent hypocarbia (secondary to the increased rate of breathing).

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