Drug Use and Misuse in Mountaineering
NEW: The UIAA Medical Commission has developed a new layperson’s advice sheet on drug use in the mountains. This paper, which you can ready by clicking on the flag below, is the result of five years of discussion and consensus building between experts on the Commission and the international mountain medicine community.
Disclaimer: The UIAA is signatory of World Antidoping Code and does not tolerate the use of drugs and methods that are on the Prohibited List among UIAA registered athletes.
4 x 4 Health Rules for Mountaineers
AMS, HAPE, HACE - Emergency field management
Portable Hyperbaric Chambers
Nutritional Considerations in Mountaineering
Water Disinfection in the Mountains
How to Check the Quality of a Commercially Organiz
Model Contract for Health Care on Trekking and Exp
Children at Altitude
The Effect of Extremes of Temperature on Drugs
The Use of Hiking Sticks in the Mountains
Women Going to Altitude
People with Pre-Existing Conditions Going to the Mountains
Contraception at altitude
Work in Hypoxic Conditions
Travel to Altitude with Neurological Disorders
Injury Classification for Mountaineering and Climb
Travel at high altitude
This booklet is available here in many languages.
Blood Borne Infections in Climbing
Therefore what is the risk of blood borne infections being transmitted to the climber following - i.e. whether seconding or in a competition?
Recommendation for prevention and control of Legionella infections
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