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Securing the hyperbaric treatment of decompression sickness in the polish navy

1 Decompression Sickness, R eferences 1. US Navy diving manual. Collective work (revision 7). The Direction of Commander : Naval Sea Systems Command, 2016. SS521-AG-PRO-010 0910-LP-115-1921; 2. Berghage T.E., Vorosmarti Jr. J., Barnard E.E.P. Recompression Treatment Tables Used Throughout the World by Government and Industry. Bethesda Maryland : US Naval Medical Research Center, 1978. NMRI 78-16; 3. Wienke B.R. Basic decompression theory and application. Flagstaff : Best Publishing Co., 2003. ISBN 1-930536-14-3; 4. Kłos R

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A unique case of a 70-hour decompression sickness latency

References 1. Vann RD, Butler FK, Mitchell SJ, Moon RE. Decompression illness. The Lancet 2011;377:153-64. doi 10.1016/S0140-6736(10)61085-9 2. US Navy Supervisor of Diving. US Navy Diving manual, revision 6. Vol. 5. Washington (DC): US Naval Sea Systems Command; 2008 p. 20-25. 3. Francis TJR, Pearson RR, Robertson AG, Hodgson M, Dutka AJ, Flynn ET. Central nervous system decompression sickness: latency of 1070 human cases. Undersea Biomed Res 1989;6(15):403-17. PMID: 3067433 4. Desola AJ, San

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Methods for Treatment of Decompression Sickness Developed During Wreck Penetration

REFERENCES [1] Berghage T. E., Vorosmarti Jr. J., Barnard E. E. P., Recompression Treatment Tables Used Throughout the World by Government and Industry , NMRI 78-16, US Naval Medical Research Center, Bethesda Maryland 1978. [2] Doolette D. J., Mitchell S. J., Biophysical basis for inner ear decompression sickness , ‘J. Appl. Physiol.’, 2003, 94, pp. 2145–2150. [3] Hamilton R. W., Adams G. M., Harvey C. A., Knight D. R., SHAD-NISAT: A composite study of simulated shallow saturation diving , report No. 985, Naval Submarine Medical Research

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Analysis of Species Characteristics of Laboratory Animals in Reaction to Hyperbaric Environmental Conditions

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Detection of Patent foramen Ovale with Contrast Enhanced Transcranial Doppler at Divers

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The not obvious obviousness…

-7009. Polish [Decompression sickness at the diver after the prolonged air diving on shallow depth – description of the case].

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The Water Cooling System in the Pool of the Dgkn-120 Hyperbaric Simulator Chamber

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Factor XII – A Limitation for Divers?

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Analysis of the risk of diving accidents in military and recreational diving

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Comments on nitrogen excretion from the diver’s organism during the reduced pressure at the final decompression station (< 1 ata)

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