Scientific papers 1960 - 1979
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Next page Next page BUTTON TEXT Previous page 5 - Robert D. Workman: Research report 6-65 Calculation of       decompression schedules for nitrogen-oxygen and helium-      oxygen dives 8 - B. A. Hills: Limited supersaturation versus phase equilibration in              predicting the occurrence of  decompression illness. 12 - Grave, Idicula, Lambertsen, Quinn: Bubble formation resulting            from counterdiffusion supersaturation - A  possible explanation           for isobaric inert gas ‘urticaria’ and vertigo. 13 - Isaac Willis: The effect of water exposure on human skin 14 - Bennett & Hunter: The causes mechanisms and prevention of          the high pressure syndrome 22 - Hempleman & Hennessy: An examination of the critical gas          volume concept in decompression sickness. 26 - Skins of varying permeability - A stabilization mechanism for gas         cavitation nuclei. 33 - Undersea medical society workshop: Isobaric inert gas         counterdiffusion 20 - C. J. Lambertsen: Relation of isobaric gas counterdiffusion and         decompression gas lesion diseases 6 - Brian A. Hills: A thermodynamic and kinetic approach to       decompression sickness. 7 - Transient unilateral loss of vision associated with oxygen at high        pressure.         Authors: W. Charles, MD Nichols, C. Lambertsen 23 - Brian A. Hills: A fonfamerntal approach for the prevention of         decompression sickness. 25 - Brian A. Hills: Supersaturation by counterdiffusion and diffusion         of gases. 32 - C.J. Lambertsen, J.M. Clark, R. Gelfand: Work capabilities and         physiological effect in HeO2 excursions to pressures of 400 - 800         -1200 -1600 feet of sea water. 34 - C. W. Dueker,  C.J. Lambertsen, J. J. Rosowski, J.C. Saunders :         Middle ear gas exchange in isobaric counterdiffusion 24 - Effects of surfactants and electrolytes on the nucleation of bubble        in gas-supersaturated solutions. 2 - Robert D. Workman: Decompression sickness among US Navy       operational divers: An estimate of incidence using air       decompression tables. 31 - Kent H Smith, Lee Stayon: hyperbaric decompression by means         of bubble detection 3 - Diving Bradycardia in man      Authors: P E Harding, D Roman, R F Whelan 18 - Thermal Conductivity of Gases. III. Some Values of the Thermal         conductivities of Argon, Helium, and Nitrogen from 0°C to 75°C         at Pressures of 1 X 10 5 to 2.5 X 10 7 Pascals 21 - Merrill Spencer: Decompression limits for compressed air         determined by ultrasonically detected blood bubbles. 9 - Enid R. Kafer: Pulmonary oxygen toxicity: A review of  the       evidence for acute and chronic oxygen toxicity in man 10 - D R Leitch - Medical Aspects of a Simulated  Dive to 1500 feet         (458 metres) 11 - W. Brandon Wright - Use of the university of Pennsylvania,         institute for environmental medicine - Procedure for calculation         of cumulative pulmonary oxygen toxicity 19 - R. W. Hamilton - Decompression procedures for depths in excess        of 400 feet 27 - Dependence of Escherichia coli Hyperbaric Oxygen Toxicity on         the Lipid Acyl Chain Composition 1 - Decompression sickness during construction of the Great Belt       Tunnel.       Authors: Campbell Golding, P Griffiths, H.V. Hempleman, W.d. Paton. 4 - Treatment of Status Epilepticus with Diazepam (Valium)       Authors: G. Gastaut, Naquet, R, R. Poire, C.A Tassinari 28 - Recompression treatment tables used throughout the world by         government and industry 15 - Labyrinthine dysfunction during diving 16 - Bubble formation in gelatin: implications for prevention of         decompression sickness 17 - Investigations of new principles for human decompression         schedules using doppler ultrasonic blood bubble detection 29 - Decompression theory 30 - Diffusion and nucleation of gas in gel and some implications for         the development of decompression procedures