*  Oxygen window in diving decompression - Wikipedia
In other words, the larger oxygen window due to a higher oxygen partial pressure can allow the diver to decompress faster at a ... of the oxygen window". Oxygen is used to decrease the time needed for safe decompression in diving, but the practical ... It is caused by metabolic consumption of oxygen. The term "oxygen window" was first used by Albert R. Behnke in 1967. Behnke ... "partial pressure vacancy" (PPV) where he used partial pressures of oxygen and helium as high as 2-3 ATA to create a maximal PPV ...
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*  Scuba diving - Wikipedia
... so the partial pressure of oxygen at any time during the dive depends on the diver's oxygen consumption and/or breathing rate. ... but decompression computers with a real time oxygen partial pressure input can optimise decompression for these systems. ... Diving suits made of compressible materials decrease in volume as the diver descends, and expand again as the diver ascends, ... oxygen, 80% helium) were successfully decompressed from deep dives, followed by salvage diver Max "Gene" Nohl's dive to 127 ...
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*  Brian Andrew Hills - Wikipedia
... also called partial pressure vacancy or the oxygen window, where oxygen metabolised is replaced by more soluble carbon dioxide ... 1966: Doctoral thesis on decompression of Torres Island pearl divers, advocated addition of a deep stop to a divers ascent ... LeMessurier and Hills found that the pearl divers could decompress, asymptomatically in most cases, in two thirds of the time ... During his time at Adelaide Hills also realised that the metabolic consumption of oxygen produced what he called "inherent ...
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*  Physiology of underwater diving - Wikipedia
Ascent-induced hypoxia is caused by a drop in oxygen partial pressure as ambient pressure is reduced on ascent. The oxygen ... which may cause the injury known as decompression sickness, or "the bends". This problem may be managed by decompressing slowly ... There are two components to the ambient pressure acting on the diver: the atmospheric pressure and the water (hydrostatic) ... There is evidence of a slight decrease in threshold for taste and smell after extended periods under pressure. Aquatic mammals ...
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*  Diver rescue - Wikipedia
... the risk of oxygen toxicity and hypoxic gas cannot be breathed safely in shallow water because the partial pressure of oxygen ... If a diving injury such as decompression sickness is suspected, the success of recompression therapy as well as a decrease in ... and volumetric breathing gas consumption is driven by partial pressure of CO2. At the end of a deep dive they will need more ... decompress if safely possible. The rescuer must also take into account his/her personal decompression requirements. if the ...
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*  Decompression sickness - Wikipedia
... at a rate proportional to the difference between the partial pressure of inert gas in the diver's body and its partial pressure ... However, breathing pure oxygen during flight alone (ascent, en route, descent) does not decrease the risk of altitude DCS as ... at normal pressures. alcohol consumption - although alcohol consumption increases dehydration and therefore may increase ... Seibe and Gorman in conjunction with Leonard Hill developed and produced a closed bell in which a diver can be decompressed at ...
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*  Glossary of underwater diving terminology - Wikipedia
oxygen analyzer Instrument for measuring the partial pressure of oxygen in a gas mixture oxygen clean Cleaned for oxygen ... decompression buoy decompression chamber Hyperbaric chamber used for decompressing divers and emergency therapeutic ... A measure of air consumption in units of pressure over time, usually psi/minute, adjusted to surface pressure, used to estimate ... caused by increase or decrease in volume of gas space in the diver's body or equipment due to a change in ambient pressure. ...
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*  knyazevda, Автор в Князев DA!
The first concerned a saturation diver in the USA who suffered Decompression Sickness five days after surfacing, due to taking ... effect of pressure on buoyancy of suit and ABLJ, effects of work, cold, and depth on rate of air consumption, variations in ... who was an active diver for many years with a partial T10 lesion. ... he had become very tired decompressing and was washed away. Now ... It was suggested that any casualty where cord damage was suspected should be given mask oxygen therapy from the earliest time ...
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