A Bibliographical Sourcebook of Compressed Air, Diving, and Submarine Medicine, Volume 2

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Research Division, Project X-427, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Navy Department, 1954 - Calsson
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Contents

GENERAL STUDIES OF SUBMARINE MEDICAL PROBLEMS
1
TECHNICAL PROCEDURES AND RESEARCH APPARATUS IN COMPRESSED AIR DIVING AND SUBMARINE MEDICINE
2
Respiratory apparatus
4
Apparatus for testing visual functions
5
Air compressors
6
SPECIAL ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF COMPRESSED AIR DIVING AND SUBMARINE MEDICINE
7
Respiration
8
Physiological effects of decompression from pressures higher than one atmosphere
9
Explosive decompression
175
Oxygen intoxication
182
Noxious agents
198
PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION OF PERSONNEL
268
SELECTION AND TRAINING OF SUBMARINE PERSONNEL DIVERS AND COM
299
General studies
309
HI Psychomotor responses
314
Psychological factors in performance
315

Saturation and desaturation of gases in the body
15
Fat and water content
16
Physiological effects of low oxygen tensions of environmental air
17
Nervous system
18
Muscular activity
23
Blood
28
Lymphatics
29
Alimentary tract
31
Temperature
33
Kidney
34
Effect of carbon dioxide on hypoxia
35
Heat and humidity problems
71
Cold exposure problems
95
Visual problems
119
F Phoria
123
BIOLOGY OF VERY HIGH HYDROSTATIC PRESSURES
148
Fatigue
318
Morale
320
Sleepwakefulness
321
Duty and rest periods
325
Psychiatric breakdown
327
SPECIAL PROBLEMS OF SWIMDIVING
329
Special physiological problems of swimming and swimdiving
330
Diseases prevalent in swimmers
332
Hazards from dangerous fish and other marine organisms
334
Underwater breathing apparatus and related gear
335
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS OF JOURNALS AND HANDBOOKS CITED
338
KEY TO AGENCY ABBREVIATIONS
343
INDEX OF AUTHORS
345
INDEX OF SOURCES FOR UNPUBLISHED REPORTS
362
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
365

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