Scientific papers 2009 - 2010
The documents are classified chronologically from 2009 to 2010. Click on their descriptions to open and download them.
Next page Next page BUTTON TEXT Previous page 13 - M. Lang & A. Brubakk: The future of diving: 100 years of haldane          and beyond. 18 - Hyperbaric stress in divers and non-divers: Neuroendocrine and         psychomotor responses 4 - Jean-Eric Blatteau & Jean-Michel Pontier: Effect of in-water       recompression with oxygen to 6 msw versus normobaric oxygen      breathing on bubble formation in divers 12 - Pre-dive normobaric oxygen reduces bubble formation in scuba        divers.       Authors: Olivier Castagna, Emmanuel Gempp, Jean-Eric Blatteau 11 - Avid J Doolette, Wayne A Gerth, Keith A Gault: Risk of central         nervous system decompression sickness in air diving to no-stop         limits.  25 - Emmanuel Gempp, Jean-Eric Blatteau: Preconditioning methods        and mechanisms for preventing the risk of decompression         sickness in scuba divers: A review 30 - High incidence of venous and arterial gas emboli at rest after         trimix diving without protocol violations 2 - Decompression to altitude: assumptions, experimental evidence,      and future directions. 3 - Risk factors and treatment outcome in scuba divers with spinal       cord decompression sickness. 9 - Effect of oxygen breathing and perfluorocarbon emulsion       treatment on air bubbles in adipose tissue during decompression       sickness. 10 - Pre-dive vibration effect on bubble formation after a 30-m dive         requiring a decompression stop 16 - Effect of in-water oxygen prebreathing at different depths on         decompression-induced bubble formation and platelet activation. 19 - Prognostic factors of spinal cord decompression sickness in         recreational diving: Retrospective and multicentric analysis of 279         cases. 23 - Recompression and adjunctive therapy for decompression illness:          A systematic review of randomized controlled trials 1 - UK - HSE - Review of diver noise exposure
Authors: T G Anthony, N A Wright, M A Evans (QinetiQ) This UK HSE document is a review of diver noise exposure encompassing diver hearing, noise sources, exposure levels, and control measures. This document, which takes into account other studies available in our database can be considered one of the most appropriate and easiest to implement. It can be downloaded from our database by clicking on the picture, or from the UK HSE website through this link:
26 - Endurance exercise immediately before sea diving reduces         bubble formation in scuba divers 28 - Evaluation of critical flicker fusion frequency and perceived fatigue        in divers after air and enriched air nitrox diving 6 - Dual-frequency ultrasound detection of stationary microbubbles      in tissue. 8 - Signals consistent with microbubbles detected in legs of normal       human subjects after exercise 22 - Free energy wells for small gas bubbles in soft deformable         materials. 29 - Microparticles initiate decompression-induced neutrophil         activation and subsequent vascular injuries. 7 - Pulmonary gas exchange in diving 21 - Free radicals, antioxidants and functional foods: Impact on human        health. 14 - Prognostic Significance of Sympathetic Nervous System Activation        in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension 20 - Effects of hyperoxia on ventilation and pulmonary hemodynamics        during immersed prone exercise at 4.7 ATA: possible implications        for immersion pulmonary edema 27 - Thalmann Algorithm Decompression Table Generation Software        Design Document 5 - Water-power: High pressure water jets and devastating lower       limb injury 17 - Barrier Function Nonlinear Optimization for Optimal         Decompression of Divers. 15 - The clinical utility of long-term humidification therapy in chronic          airway disease 24 - Taravana: Documentation of Bubbles by Computerized         Tomography