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Safety Precautions

Kilimanjaro Rongai Route

Kilimanjaro Brothers delivers the highest quality safety measures on Kilimanjaro. We take the following steps on your climb while you enjoy your adventure in Tanzania:

  1. – We carry oxygen tanks on all our climbs.
  2. – We carry a portable hyperbaric chamber (Gamow bag) on all our climbs and have a system in place for immediate evacuation off the mountain.
  3. – We Using a pulse ox meter we will monitor your oxygen saturation and heart rate twice a day or more often if necessary.
  4. – Every morning we listen to your lung sounds with a stethoscope to assess if there is any fluid on the lungs, a sign of HAPE.
  5. – We will monitor your water intake to assure proper hydration. safety precaution on Kilimanjaro climb.
  6. – Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). If AMS is not treated it can lead to more serious conditions like High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) and/or High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE) Each year a very small number of climbers die on Kilimanjaro. These deaths could be avoided if all licensed first aid guides who had high altitude medical training and carried oxygen and a portable hyperbaric bag. We travel with life saving equipment at all times when at high altitude. This equipment includes oxygen tanks, and a pressure bag, which are only used in the most life threatening altitude sickness cases.
  7. – As part of our daily safety routine, we record and monitor various information pertaining to your body’s reaction to increasingly higher elevations.
  8. – Our trips have been arranged to use daily climbing schedules and sleep to enhance your body’s acclimatization.
  9. – Our meals emphasize carbohydrates and other foods that increase the generation of heat and energy as we move to higher altitudes.
  10. – Moreover, we move slowly. with light exercises and celebrations at every camp to make your trip in the mountains enjoyable.

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