Techniques for Diving Deeper than 1,500 feet.

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Techniques for Diving Deeper than 1,500 feet.

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dc.identifier.citation Smith EB, Halsey MJ (ed). Techniques for Diving Deeper than 1,500 feet. 23rd Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Workshop. UHMS Publication Number 40WS(DD)6-30-80. Bethesda: Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society; 1980; 159 pages. en
dc.identifier.other 40WS(DD)6-30-80
dc.description Citation Status: Active; Citation Classification: Unclassified; Title Classification: Unclassified; Report Classification: Unclassified; Identifier Classification: Unclassified; Abstract Classification: Unclassified; Distribution Limitation(s): 01 - APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; Information provided by the Department of Defense and the Defense Technical Information Center ( is considered public information and may be distributed or copied unless otherwise specified. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credits is requested. en
dc.description.abstract Chairman's Remarks ; SESSION I Operational Problems; Summary of General Conclusions; Naval Requirements for Underwater Activity - J. Vorosmarti; Commercial Requirements and Capabilities - D.H. Elliott; Future Manned Undersea Activity - T.E. Berghage; Prediction of Physiological Limits to Deep Diving and Extension of Physiological Tolerance - C.J. Lambertsen; Limits for both Open Water and Chamber Diving - X. Fructus; Discussion - C.E.G. Lundgren; SESSION II HPNS in Man: Potential Methods to Prevent the HPNS in Human Deep Diving. P.B. Bennett; High Pressure Nervous Syndrome in Man: An Account of French Experiments - R. Naquet and J.C. Rostain; Deep Diving: U.K. Experience. Z. Torok; Recent U.S. Navy Experience in Very Deep Saturation Diving. W. Spaur; Discussion - R.W. Brauer; SESSION III HPNS : Mechanisms and Potential Methods of Amelioration; High Pressure Neurological Syndrome - Fundamental Aspects - R.W. Brauer; The Amelioration of the HPNS - K.W. Miller; Pharmacological Aspects of the High Pressure Neurological Syndrome (HPNS) - M.J. Halsey and B. Wardley-Smith; Effects of Pressure on Nervous Transmission - J.J. KENDIG; Discussion - P.B. Bennett; SESSION IV Additional Environmental Limits: Physiological and Medical Monitoring of the Diver - C.E.G. Lundgren; Respiratory Problems at Depth - E.M. Camporesi and J. Salzano; A Chronic Hazard of Deep Diving: Bone Necrosis - D.N. Walder; Decompression and Therapy at Depth - T.E. Berghage; Discussion - C.J. Lambertsen; SESSION V; Clarification of Future Strategy: Discussion - E.B. Smith; APPENDIX Dives below 300 m en
dc.description.sponsorship UHMS, ONR, US NAVY, NOAA, Department of Energy, Physical Chemistry Laboratory Oxford University, England en
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dc.publisher Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society en
dc.subject DECOMPRESSION en
dc.subject Operational Requirements en
dc.subject commercial diving en
dc.subject Deep diving en
dc.subject Physiological Tolerance en
dc.subject High Pressure Nervous Syndrome en
dc.subject Saturation Diving en
dc.subject Bone Necrosis en
dc.subject decompression sickness en
dc.title Techniques for Diving Deeper than 1,500 feet. en
dc.type Article en

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