What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Case Histories of Diving and Hyperbaric Accidents Type II
Cerebral Arterial Gas Embolism Diving
Cerebral Arterial Gas Embolism Secondary to Perfusion Surgery and
7 other sections not shown
30 minutes 60 feet accident air embolism aircraft altitude approximately arterial ascent asymptomatic ATA e.g. became bilaterally blood pressure bubbles bypass cause cerebral gas embolism chest X-ray clinical CO2 retention complete compressed air consciousness convulsions decompression sickness decompression stop depth descent developed diagnosis dive dizziness dysbaric osteonecrosis edema experienced exposure felt flight fluid FSW 2.8 ATA headache hospital hyperbaric chamber Hyperbaric Consultant's hyperbaric facility hyperbaric oxygen hyperbaric oxygen therapy hyperbaric therapy hyperbaric treatment hypoxia improvement intravenous joint knee l5 minutes l65 feet lesions lung mask meters middle ear muscle narcosis neurological examination nitrogen nitrogen narcosis normal limits noted numbness occurred onset oxygen breathing oxygen therapy oxygen toxicity pain patient period Physical examination pneumothorax pulmonary pulse recompression chamber reflexes respiration respiratory scuba sensation severe shoulder surface treated Treatment Table TYPE II DECOMPRESSION U.S. Navy unconscious USN Table Valsalva manoeuvre ventilation vertigo visual