Guidelines for the gas-pressure management of decompression sickness and gas embolism occurring during nitrox and air saturation-excursion diving
Russell E. Peterson, National Undersea Research Program (U.S.), United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Office of Undersea Research
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, Office of Undersea Research, 1989 - Sports & Recreation - 20 pages
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5-minute break afflicted diver ascent rates specified atm and hold atmosphere to air breathing gas breathing of therapy chamber gas complete the six Contingency Return Table cycles of therapy cycles of therapy-mix decompression sickness DCS deepest depth reached depth of onset depth range descending excursion diver breathe diver complete diver's condition carefully Duty Doctor excursion diving Following the six fsw deeper Gas Embolism Occurring Gas-Pressure Management he/she holding period initial compression step intermittent therapy-mix breathing Inverted Rate moment-to-moment management neurological exam NITROX SATURATION Circumstances NURP Obtained During Routine onset of symptoms original saturation depth oxygen toxicity primary treatment measure relief was obtained responsible physician Resumption of excursion Return Table CRT RN71 ascent rates Routine Treatment Royal Navy saturation decompression seabed habitat serious DCS shallower stop depth six 20-minute cycles six cycles storage depth Subsequent compression steps surface target depth therapy as directed therapy mix therapy-mix cycle treatment depth Treatment If complete