aerospace medicine

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Synonyms for aerospace medicine

the study and treatment of disorders associated with flight (especially with space flight)

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Fajardo); US Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, USA (S.
Further, while aerospace medicine clinic appointments went unfilled, patients from family practice clinics were unnecessarily referred to private sector care.
For instance, owing to the tireless efforts of the Service, the aerospace medicine function achieved the imprimatur of the American Medical Association as a distinct medical specialty, thus recognizing the unique and vital contributions of aerospace medicine professionals to the broader medical community.
Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, Air Force Institute for Operational Health, and the 311th Performance Enhancement Directorate.
Air Forces Central chief of aerospace medicine and public health.
The center is sponsored by the FAA's Office of Aerospace Medicine.
FRCP retired consultant physician, Llandudno Hospital' Dr Samad Khattak retired consultant in aerospace medicine, Riyadh, and former registrar in medicine, Llandudno Hospital.
Brooks Air Force Base School of Aerospace Medicine, San Antonio, TX.
797-FDF3-03-0002, issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to upgrade and modernize multiplace hyperbaric chambers, related equipment and systems located at the Hyperbaric Medicine Division, United States Air Force (USAF) School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks City-Base in Texas.
Teddy Deshazier, Air Force Special Operation Command, Detachment 1 Information Management NCO in charge; and Airman 1st Class Holly Frost, 95th Aerospace Medicine Squadron optometry technician.
For instance, a 1964 Aerospace Medicine paper recounted polymer-fume fever in 39 of 40 people on a plane where insulation containing PTFE overheated.
She is a widely sought public speaker on the role the Star Trek series has played in inspiring new technologies, continues to sit on the board of governors for the National Space Society, and recently opened the Gene Roddenberry Center for Aerospace Medicine.
During the early 1950s, my husband was chief of the vision section at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in aerospace medicine.
Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine at Brooks Air Force Base in Texas and as a national and international health care consultant.
As of April 2002, the Air Force had 47 IHS team members aligned with four unified commands (European Command [EUCOM], Pacific Command [PACOM], Central Command [CENTCOM], and Southern Command [SOUTHCOM] and in academic positions at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) in Bethesda, Maryland, as well as the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) at Brooks AFB in San Antonio, Texas.
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