Mountain Sickness (cont.)
Altitude Sickness Follow-up
Follow instructions regarding activity limitation, use of additional oxygen, postponement of climbing, or immediate descent, if required.
Take medications as prescribed.
Do not drink alcohol, and avoid smoking tobacco.
Keep any follow-up appointments.
Seek medical attention immediately if symptoms worsen or if new symptoms develop.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 11/10/2014
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