Altitude chamber training is now being offered by MedAire at Arizona State University. The Tempe, Ariz.-based medical emergency response firm said the stand-alone, five- to six-hour course–available on demand–costs $995 per person and covers physiology, hypoxia, oxygen systems, altitude sickness and the physical effects of flight and decompression. Inside the chamber, students receive individual hypoxia demonstrations and are exposed to a simulated loss of cabin pressure.
MedAire, ASU offer altitude chamber training
- May 8, 2008, 10:18 AM