This video covers the effects of hyperventilation and dehydration as well as heat stroke and hypothermia. Fatigue and stress are also discussed.
- Physiology refers to the way in which…a living organism or bodily part functions.…In this section we will discuss the effects of…hyperventilation and dehydration,…as well as heat stroke and hypothermia, on an individual.…We will also discuss fatigue and stress.…Let's get to it.…Unlike other airmen certifications,…remote pilots are not required to…hold a medical certificate, but you cannot operate…if you have a reason or know that you have…a physical or mental condition that would interfere…with the safe operation of the aircraft.…
It is for this reason that you must…self-assess your crew's fitness for flight.…Hyperventilation refers to a deficiency…of carbon dioxide within the body.…It can be the result of rapid or extra deep breathing,…due to emotional tension, anxiety or fear.…A pilot should be able to overcome the symptoms…or avoid future occurrences of hyperventilation…by talking aloud, breathing into a bag,…or slowing the breathing rate.…
If you are flying for long periods…in hot summer temperatures or at high altitudes,…
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- Aircraft registration
- Operation limitations
- Airspace classification
- Radio communication procedures
- Air density, air stability, and fronts
- Emergency procedures
- The effects of drugs and alcohol
- Aeronautical decision-making (ADM)
- Crew resource management (CRM)
- Maintenance and preflight inspection
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