Oxygen and the Diver
SPA in conjunction with K. Donald, 1992 - 237 sidor
Oxygen poisoning is, after decompression sickness, the second most important threat to the diver. This book is the first to be entirely devoted to the subject. The author, an acknowledged authority in the field, covers all situations where oxygen or hypertoxic gas mixtures are employed at increased pressures, and reviews many of the factors which may affect the incidence of poisoning.
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Preface Oxygen and the Diver
Oxygen Poisoning Studies 19425
Further Studies of Oxygen Poisoning 1946 to the Present
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30 No symptoms acute allowed apparatus appeared atmospheres blood breathing oxygen carbon dioxide carried caused chamber changes Chapter circuit considerable considered continued CONVULSED counterlung damage dangerous decompression depth described developed divers diving Donald effect end-point end-tidal PCO2 escape exercise experiments exposure feet figures findings flow further given greater hyperventilation important increased individual Lanphier less levels limit Lip twitching marked mean measured minutes mixture diving mm Hg nausea nitrogen non-divers normal noted occurred operational oxygen diving oxygen poisoning oxygen tolerance oxygen toxicity oxygen uptake oxygen-nitrogen mixture partial pressure particularly period Physiol possible present pressure pulmonary reduced reported respiratory response rest Royal Navy safety sensitivity Severe lip twitching showed Slight subjects surface symptoms TABLE tensions toxicity trained underwater Unit variation ventilation ventilatory vertigo volume