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Musculoskeletal trauma, strains, sprains and skin wounds are the most common reported outdoor health issues for short mountain wilderness recreation trips (hiking, trekking, backpacking, mountaineering etc.). Altitude illness usually affects people traveling above 8,000 feet (2,400 meters); it is a spectrum of disease ranging from mild to severe acute mountain sickness.
What you need to know
Even small burns can be painful and debilitating, while larger burns may cause severe pain and predispose to complications such as infection, dehydration, and scars….
Chest pain can either represent a mild condition or a potentially life-threatening situation. It can be challenging to differentiate potential causes in an outdoor setting….
Safety is a critical concern for any activity around water, especially when children are involved. It can take less than 60 seconds for an adult…
It’s never easy to end a trip early, and the decision is complicated by many factors. You have probably spent time and money planning and…
Make outdoor health decisions
Making decisions when an incident happens in the outdoors can be challenging. Even when you take your first aid training every year, you might not remember the specifics in the heat of the moment.
Even when you are off the grid
The G.O.E.S. health assessment enables you to make the right decisions when encountering challenging outdoor health situations.
The G.O.E.S. algorithms have been developed by leading wilderness medicine doctors from around the world.
Specialist advice when you need it
24/7 Outdoor Medical Support
With G.O.E.S. Plus you have 24/7 access to outdoor health specialists to support you in case of any medical incident in the outdoors.
Even after you get back home you can still get in touch with our team of doctors to get the advice you need.