As per available reports about 891 journals, 943 Conferences, 225 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Airborne medicine and about 94,200 articles are being published on the current trends in Airborne Infections. In terms of research annually, USA, India, Japan, Brazil and Canada are some of the leading countries where maximum studies related to toxicology are being carried out. As reported in the freedictionary page,
1. In relation to personnel, troops especially trained to effect, following transport by air, an assault debarkation, either by parachuting or touchdown.
2. In relation to equipment, pieces of equipment that have been especially designed for use by airborne troops during or after an assault debarkation. It also designates some aeronautical equipment used to accomplish a particular mission.
3. When applied to materiel, items that form an integral part of the aircraft.
4. The state of an aircraft, from the instant it becomes entirely sustained by air until it ceases to be so sustained. A lighter-than-air aircraft is not considered to be airborne when it is attached to the ground, except that moored balloons are airborne whenever sent aloft. Also called ABN.
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List of major Airborne Medicine and related journals
List of major Airborne Medicine and related conferences
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