Scientific papers 2000 - 2003
10 - Jean Pierre Imbert: Decompression safety 4 - Bruce R, Wienke & Timothy R. O’Learly: Reduced gradient bubble        model - Diving algorithm, basis, and comparisons. 15 - A. Diaz, S. Taha, JM Berthezene, and JL Diaz : Hernie discale         lombaire et plongee sous marine. 6 - Jonny E. Jr Brian: Gas exchange, partial pressure gradients, and         the oxygen window. 35 - Independent cerebral vasoconstrictive effects of hyperoxia and          accompanying arterial hypocapnia at 1 ATA. 40 - A. O Brubakk, A. J. Arntzen, B. R. Wienke, S. Koten: Decompression        profile and bubble formation  after dives with surface         decompression:  Experimental support for a dual phase model of         decompression. 41 - A. P. Colvin: Human factors in decompression sickness in         compressed air workers in the united Kingdom 1986-2000 - A         case-control study and analysis using the HSE decompression         database. 13 - Annette. Branger, Chris. Lambertsen, David Eckmann: Cerebral         gas embolism absorption during hyperbaric therapy: Theory. 34 - Bruce R. Wienke, Timothy R. O’Leary: Deep stops and deep helium 9 - D. D. Gumin: Body composition analysis in US Navy divers 20 - The incidence of venous gas emboli in recreational diving. 22 - Brubback, Hemmingsen, Sundnes: Supersaturation and bubble         formation in fluids and organisms (Document in French language) 27 - Kevin g. Kergel: Heat shock proteins: modifying factors in         physiological stress responses and acquired thermotolerance 31 - Y. Arieli, R. Arieli, A. Marx: Hyperbaric oxygen may reduce gas          bubbles in decompressed prawns by eliminating gas nuclei 37 - Heat stress attenuates air bubble-induced acute lung injury: a         novel mechanism of diving acclimatization. 39 - Heat-induced increases in endothelial NO synthase expression         and activity and endothelial NO release. 41 - Neuronal sensitivity to hyperoxia, hypercapnia, and inert gases         at hyperbaric pressures
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Back to the menu 1 - Natural history of severe decompression sickness after rapid ascent      from air saturation in a porcine model. 3 - Brief Introduction to Bioimpedance 11 - Altitude Decompression Illness - The Operational Risk at Sustained        Altitudes up to 35,000 ft. 18 - On the likelihood of decompression sickness during H2         biochemical decompression in pigs 21 - The Statistical Analysis of Failure Time Data 25 - Using animal data to improve prediction of human         decompression risk following air-saturation dives 35 - Evaluation of decompression safety in an occupational diving         group using self reported diving exposure and health status. 38 - Change of occurrence of type 1 and type 2 decompression         sickness of divers treated at the Croatian Naval Medical Institute         in the period from 1967 to 2000. 42 - Report of the Decompression Illness Adjunctive Therapy         Committee of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society -         including Proceedings of the Fifty-Third Workshop of the         Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society