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From: Subjective assessment of acute mountain sickness: investigating the relationship between the Lake Louise Self-Report, a visual analogue scale and psychological well-being scales

Fig. 1

LLS, Lake Louise Self-Report; VAS, Visual Analogue Scale; AMS, acute mountain sickness. Relationship between the LLS score and the single VAS-item AMS. Regression calculations revealed a cut off line for VAS at 4.2 cm for people diagnosed with AMS (LLS ≥ 5). Black dots illustrate multiple persons. 6 persons had a LLS and VAS score of 0. Both other dots mark two persons

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