Scientific papers 2000 - 2003
8 - Jean Pierre Imbert: Decompression safety 2 - Bruce R, Wienke & Timothy R. O’Learly: Reduced gradient bubble        model - Diving algorithm, basis, and comparisons. 11 - A. Diaz, S. Taha, JM Berthezene, and JL Diaz : Hernie discale         lombaire et plongee sous marine. 4 - Jonny E. Jr Brian: Gas exchange, partial pressure gradients, and         the oxygen window. 33 - Independent cerebral vasoconstrictive effects of hyperoxia and          accompanying arterial hypocapnia at 1 ATA. 38 - 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. 39 - 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. 9 - Annette. Branger, Chris. Lambertsen, David Eckmann: Cerebral gas     embolism absorption during hyperbaric therapy: Theory . 26- Bruce R. Wienke, Timothy R. O’Leary: Deep stops and deep helium 7 - D. D. Gumin: Body composition analysis in US Navy divers 15 - The incidence of venous gas emboli in recreational diving. 16 - Brubback, Hemmingsen, Sundnes: Supersaturation and bubble         formation in fluids and organisms (Document in French language) 20 - Kevin g. Kergel: Heat shock proteins: modifying factors in         physiological stress responses and acquired thermotolerance 24 - Y. Arieli, R. Arieli, A. Marx: Hyperbaric oxygen may reduce gas          bubbles in decompressed prawns by eliminating gas nuclei 35 - Heat stress attenuates air bubble-induced acute lung injury: a         novel mechanism of diving acclimatization. 37 - Heat-induced increases in endothelial NO synthase expression         and activity and endothelial NO release. 31 - Neuronal sensitivity to hyperoxia, hypercapnia, and inert gases         at hyperbaric pressures
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Next page Next page BUTTON TEXT Previous page 29 - Measurement of fatigue following 18msw dry chamber dives         breathing air or enriched air nitrox.         Authors: RJD Harris, D.J Doolette, D.C Wilkinson,  D.J. Williams 32 - Autonomic Mechanisms of Bradycardia During Nitrox Exposure         at 3 Atmospheres Absolute in Humans        Authors: Fumio Yamazaki, Futoshi Wada, Ken Nagaya, Riko Torii,                        Yutaka Endo, Sueko Sagawa, HitoshiYamagushi,                        Motohiko Mohri, Yu-chong Lin, & Keizo Shiraki. 3 - Relationship between the clinical features of neurological       decompression illness and its causes. 6 - Surface tension and bubble formation after decompression in the       pig. 12 - Relationship between right-to-left shunts and cutaneous         decompression illness. 22 - Ascent rate, age, maximal oxygen uptake, adiposity, and        circulating venous bubbles after diving 25 - NOS inhibition increases bubble formation and reduces survival        in sedentary but not exercised rats. 1 - Research on Nitrogen-Oxygen Saturation Diving with Repetitive       Excursions 14 - Oxygen Toxicity 23 - Oxidative stress in allergic respiratory diseases 30 - A comparison of oxygen decompression tables for use in         compressed air work 36 - Hyperoxia May Reduce Energetic Efficiency in the Trained Rat 18 - Decompression sickness during construction of the Great Belt         Tunnel, Denmark - Author: Henning Lykke Andersen 19 - Validation of Decompression Tables       Authors: Ryszard Klos, Ron Nishi, Roman Olszanski 27 - Modifications to heliox tables to reduce extent of bubble         formation 28 - Reducing risk for upward excursions 5 - Mixed-gas model for predicting decompression sickness in rats 10 - DAN Nitrox workshop proceeding 13 - Inner Ear Decompression Sickness in Sport Compressed-Air Diving 17 - Effects of decreased pressure decompression illness 21 - Development of myopia as a hazard for workers in pneumatic         caissons 34 - A biophysical basis for inner ear decompression sickness