What is the rates of Altitude sickness cause?

Altitude (meters above sea level)

Percentage of those Affected

3,000

40%

3,700

57.3%

3,900

63.8%

4,520

89.24% -

5,300

100%

The rates of acute altitude sickness 3,000 m, 3,700 m, 3,900 m, 4,520 m and 5,300m above sea level are 40 percent, 57.3 percent, 63.8 percent, 89.24 percent and 100 percent, according to a survey Although these values are typical, experts point out that the human body is very adaptable and has a magical capability for acclimation.
As breakthroughs have been made in determining the cause of altitude sickness and in the treatment, the cure rate of the two most common forms of acute altitude sickness -- high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) and high altitude cerebral edema (HACE) -- has reached 99%. 

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