Scientific papers 2016 - 2017
The documents are classified chronologically from 2016 to 2017. Click on their descriptions to open and download them.
Next page Next page BUTTON TEXT Previous page 30 - Jandhyala Sridhar & Rajeev Deo: Marine and other aquatic         dermatoses 23 - A comparative evaluation of two decompression procedures for        technical diving using inflammatory responses: compartmental         versus ratio deco.        Authors: E. Spisni, C. Marabotti, S. Brambilla,  M. C. Valerii, E. Cavazza, K. Hoxha                        ,L. De Fazio,  A. L’Abbate, & P. Longobardi. 16 - Bubbles quantifed in vivo by ultrasound relates to amount of gas        detected post-mortem in rabbits decompressed from high pressure 36 - Oxygen toxicity and special operations forces diving: Hidden and        dangerous 01 - Enriched air nitrox breathing reduces venous gas bubbles after         simulated SCUBA Diving: A double-blind cross-over randomized trial  05 - Wienke BR & O’Leary TR: Diving bubble model data correlations  15 - SPUMS & EUBS: Venous gas emboli and decompression sickness  13 - Correlation between Patent Foramen Ovale, Cerebral “Lesions”         and Neuropsychometric Testing in Experienced Sports Divers:         Does Diving Damage the Brain?  20 - Diving response in rats: role of the subthalamic Vasodilator area 25 - Gas exchange Disturbances Regulate Alveolar Fluid Clearance         during Acute Lung injury 26 - Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO), Personality Traits, and Iterative         Decompression Sickness. Retrospective Analysis of 209 Cases 40 - Objective vs. Subjective Evaluation of Cognitive Performance          During 0.4-MPa Dives Breathing Air or Nitrox. 42 - Dive Risk Factors, Gas Bubble Formation, and Decompression         Illness in Recreational SCUBA Diving: Analysis of DAN Europe         DSL Data Base. 44 - Lost at sea: the medicine, physiology and psychology of         prolonged immersion. 03 - Physiology Of Drowning: A Review  19 - Enriched Air Nitrox Breathing Reduces Venous Gas Bubbles after         Simulated SCUBA Diving: A Double-Blind Cross-Over Randomized         Trial. 28 - Effects of oxygen-enriched air on cognitive performance during         SCUBA-diving – An open-water study 43 - Fast hyperbaric decompression after heliox saturation altered the        brain proteome in rats. 10 - Nutritional considerations during prolonged exposure to a         confined, hyperbaric, hyperoxic environment: recommendations       for saturation divers.  21 - Pre-dive whole-body vibration better reduces decompression-        induced vascular gas emboli than oxygenation or a combination         of both 29 - Factors influencing of the decompression risk upon divers 31 - Association between resting heart rate, metabolic syndrome and        cardiorespiratory fitness in Korean male adults. 34 -  Preconditioning to reduce decompression stress in scuba divers 35 - Quantification of cell-bubble interactions in a 3D engineered         tissue phantom. 39 - Nanobubbles Form at Active Hydrophobic Spots on the Luminal         Aspect of Blood Vessels: Consequences for Decompression         Illness in Diving and Possible Implications for Autoimmune Disease        - An Overview 02 - Fluoxetine Protection in Decompression Sickness in Mice is         Enhanced by Blocking TREK-1 Potassium Channel with the        “spadin” Antidepressant  47 - On modern dive computers and operation protocols, models,         tests, data, risk, and application 09 - Theoretical considerations on the ultimate depth that could be          reached by saturation human divers  08 - Symptomatic middle ear and cranial sinus Barotraumas as a         complication of hyperbaric oxygen treatment.  37 - Skin Lesions in Swine with Decompression Sickness: Clinical          Appearance and Pathogenesis. 41 - Hyperbaric Oxygen Environment Can Enhance Brain Activity and        Multitasking Performance. 18 - Breathing 100% oxygen during water immersion improves post        immersion cardiovascular responses to orthostatic stress 27 - Tenth European Consensus Conference on Hyperbaric Medicine:          recommendations for accepted and non-accepted clinical          indications and practice of hyperbaric oxygen treatment 32 -  UPTD calculations should not be used
Author: Barbara Shykoff This text has been published on the Shearwater website in May 2017 Direct link: posts/uptd-calculations-not-used/
11 - Frontal Sinus Barotrauma  24 - Diving under the influence: Issues in researching personality and        inert gas narcosis. 33 - Massive Ischemic Stroke Due to Pulmonary Barotrauma and         Cerebral Artery Air Embolism During Commercial Air Travel 45  - Influence of repetitive diving in saltwater on pressure equalization         and Eustachian tube function in recreational scuba divers. 46  - Influence of repetitive diving in freshwater on pressure equalization         and Eustachian tube function in recreational scuba divers. 48  - Hyperbaric oxygen in the treatment of acute retinal artery          occlusion 49  - Personality and behavioural outcomes in diving: current status          and recommendations for future research. 50 - Diving and antidepressants 51 - Delayed hyperbaric intervention in life-threatening decompression        Illness. 52 - Hyperbaric oxygen-associated seizure leading to stroke. 53 - Simulated High Altitude Helium-Oxygen Diving 07 - Endothelial nitric oxide synthase: a potential therapeutic target         for cerebrovascular diseases  04 - Selective pressure modulation of synaptic voltage-dependent          calcium channels — Involvement in HPNS mechanism  06 - Effect of simulated air dive and decompression sickness on the         plasma proteome of rats  12 - Detection of venous gas emboli after repetitive breath-hold dives:        case report  14 - Effects of heated and humidified high flow gases during         high-intensity constant-load exercise on severe COPD patients         with ventilatory limitation  17 - High Pressure and [Ca2+] Produce an Inverse Modulation of         Synaptic Input Strength and Network Excitability in the Rat Dentate        Gyrus 22 - Lung function, percent emphysema, and QT duration: The Multi-        Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) lung study 38 - Autoimmune Neurology of the Central Nervous System