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Barometric pressure-to-altitude relationship showing important high-altitude landmarks

Important high-altitude landmarks: the cities of Denver (1610 m or 5280 ft) and La Paz (3100 to 4100 m or 10,200 to 13,500 ft); Mount Chacaltaya (5270 m or 17,290 ft); Mount Sajama (6542 m or 21,463 ft; the highest Bolivian mountain and the world’s highest soccer match field); and the summit of Mount Everest (approximately 8848 m or 29,030 ft). (Source: Zubieta-Calleja G, Zubieta-DeUrioste N. The oxygen transport triad in high-altitude pulmonary edema: a perspective from the high Andes. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2021;18[14]:7619. Creative Commons Attribution [CC BY] License,