Altitude. High Altitude5000 ft to 11,500 ftMinor decrease in O2 transport (SaO2 > 90%)Altitude sickness common with rapid ascent above 8200 feet. Altitude. Very High Altitude11,500 ft to 18,000 ftMaximum SaO2 < 90% ; Pa02 < 60 torrMost common range for serious altitude sickness. Altitude.
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