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How is anoxic anoxia diagnosed?

Anoxic Anoxia is a brain disorder caused by lack of oxygen to the brain. Generally, doctors diagnose all high altitude sicknesses based on the symptoms experienced by the sufferer. Because anoxic anoxia is the result of too little oxygen in the air, it is also possible that the doctor will ask for the circumstances surrounding the disorder.

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What should I do if I suspect someone has had an anoxic brain injury?
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If someone is losing consciousness or you suspect that they've had an anoxic brain injury, call 911 ...
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What is an anoxic brain injury?
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