DIVING MEDICINE


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Any aspect of diving medicine including the treatment of diving injuries and physiological responses to diving-related stresses.

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Drewry A
Gorman DF
A progress report on the prospective randomised double blind controlled study of oxygen and oxygen-helium in the treatment of air-diving decompression illness.
Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Supplement 1994; 21:98.
Decompression illness
Heliox

Mutzbauer T
Tetzlaff K
Struck N
Influence of dry and wet dives on erythropoeitin plasma levels.
Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine 2000; 27(Suppl):59-60.
Erythropoietin
Diving

Mutzbauer T
Gruenes A
Neubauer B
Effect of single dry and wet dives to 50 meters in sport divers on erythropoeitin (EPO) plasma concentrations
European Journal of Underwater Medicine 2001; 2(3): 65
Erythropoietin
Diving

Harris R
Doolette D
Wilkinson D
The influence of inspired oxygen and nitrox fraction on fatigue following compressed gas diving
Proceedings of 11th Annual HTNA ASM, Hobart, August 2003:51
Nitrox
Diving
Fatigue
Brown M
Jones J
Krohmer J
Pseudoephedrine for the Prevention of Barotitis Media: A Controlled Clinical Trial in Underwater Divers.
Annals of Emergency Medicine 1992;21(7):106-109
Barotrauma
Diving
Ear
Bennett M
Mitchell S
Dominguez A
Adjunctive treatment of decompression illness with a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (Tenoxicam) reduces compression requirements.
Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine 2003; 30(3):195-204.
decompression illness
NSAID

Blatteau J-E
Boussuges A
Castagna
A 2-hours pre-dive aerobic exercise decreases bubble formation after diving.
ICHM-EUBS Proceedings 2005, Desola J (Ed). Barcelona 7-10 September 2005.
Decompression illness
Venous gas embolism
Aerobic exercise
Koehle MS
Hodges AN
Lynn BM
Diffusing capacity and spirometry following a dive to 4.5 meters.
Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine 2006; 33(2):109-118
Pulmonary function
SCUBA
Diffusing capacity
Dujic Z
Palada I
Valic Z
Exogenous nitric oxide and bubble formation in divers.
Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2006 Aug;38(8):1432-5
Nitric oxide
Bubble formation
Decompression illness
Blatteau, J-E
J-M Pontier

Effect of in-water recompression with oxygen to 6 msw versus normobaric oxygen breathing on bubble formation in divers.
European journal of applied physiology 2009; 106(5):691-695
Decompression illness
Venous gas
Oxygen treatment
Risberg J
Englund M
Aanderud L
Venous gas embolism in chamber attendants after hyperbaric exposure.
Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine 2004;31(4):417-429
Hyperbaric therapy
Decompression stress
Attendant


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