The future of diving: 100 years of Haldane and beyond

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Title: The future of diving: 100 years of Haldane and beyond
Author: Lang, MA; Brubakk, AO
Abstract: Forword - David H. Elliott; Acknowledgments - Michael A. Lang and Alf O. Brubakk; Executive summary; INTRODUCTION; Introductory Remarks - Alf O. Brubakk; Welcoming Remarks - Stig A. Slørdahl; J.S. Haldane, the First Environmental Physiologist - Alf O. Brubakk and Michael A. Lang; Environmental Physiology of the Future - Richard E. Moon; Decompression physiology an introduction to Clinical aspects of Decompression illness (DCI) - Costantino Balestra; Haldane still Rules! - David J. Doolette; Biochemical approach to Decompression - Susan R. Kayar; Exercise and Decompression - Russell S. Richardson; Diving medicine and the Cellular stress Response - George A. Perdrizet; Individual Risk of Decompression sickness: Possible Effects of Genomic or Epigenomic Variation Altering Gene Expression - Andreas Møllerløkken and Ingrid Eftedal; Inducing HSP for Protection against DCS: Heat Exposure before Diving Reduces Bubble Formation in Man - Jean-Eric Blatteau, Emmanuel Gempp, Jean-Michel Pontier, Costantino Balestra, Tony Mets, and Peter Germonpré; Lack of signs of Brain injury in Rats on MRI after Decompression - Marianne B. Havnes, Marius Widerøe, Marte Thuen, Andreas Møllerløkken, and Alf O. Brubakk; Exercise, Endothelium, and Diving Physiology - Zeljko Dujic; Animal Experiments for Evaluating Decompression: Development of the Modern Submarine Escape method - Mikael Gennser; Decompression methodology; Ultrasound for Evaluating Decompression - Olav S. Eftedal; Current trends in Ultrasound imaging technology, SURF imaging, and Decompression induced microbubbles - Lasse Løvstakken, Andreas Møllerløkken, and Svein-Erik Måsøy; The Future of Dive Computers - Michael A. Lang and Sergio Angelini; Discussion: Decompression physiology and methodology; STRATEGIC APPROACHES; Breeding Diving scientists: Cloning, Spawning, or Cultivation? - Øyvind Ellingsen; National Centre for Hyperbaric and Diving Medicine - Marit Grønning; Baromedical and Environmental Physiology Group (BAREN) - Alf O. Brubakk; Physiopathology of Decompression (PHYPODE) network - Francois Guerrero, Jacek Kot, Peter Germonpré, Jean-Michel Pontier, Alessandro Marroni, Adel Taher, Frans Cronje, and Costantino Balestra; International Cooperation in Diving Research - Matthew Swiergosz; Discussion: Diving Researcher Recruitment; ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY; How Do Marine Mammals Avoid DCS? - Andreas Fahlman; Does Diving Destroy the Brain? - Stephen Daniels; Effects of Diving on the Lung - Einar Thorsen; The Limits of Breath-Hold Diving - Peter Lindholm; Parameters of Extreme Environment Diving - Michael A. Lang; Creativity and improvisation as Phenomena and acting Potential in Different Contexts - Bjørn Alterhaug; Discussion: environmental physiology and Strategies for the Next 100 years
Description: This publication of The Future of Diving: 100 Years of Haldane and Beyond is co-sponsored by the smithsonian institution and the office of naval Research. The symposium was convened by the Baromedical and Environmental Physiology group of the norwegian University of science and technology in trondheim, norway, on 18–19 December 2008.
URI: http://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/9242
Date: 2009

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