Accession Number : AD0678916
Title : ROLE OF DECOMPRESSION CONDITIONING IN THE INCIDENCE OF DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS IN DEEP DIVING.
Descriptive Note : Research rept.,
Corporate Author : NAVY EXPERIMENTAL DIVING UNIT WASHINGTON D C
Personal Author(s) : Rubenstein,C. J.
Report Date : 01 NOV 1968
Pagination or Media Count : 16
Abstract : This report briefly reviews the value of Decompression Conditioning in reducing the incidence of Decompression sickness in both deep diving and caisson procedures. Evidence is presented to support the use of routine workup exposures for preparing Navy divers for deep diving operations. A recommended format of workup dives is presented along with the recommendation for basic research to quantitate the physiological factors involved in decompression conditioning. (Author)
Descriptors : (*DEEP SUBMERGENCE, ADAPTATION(PHYSIOLOGY)), DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS, ACCLIMATIZATION, PRESSURE, EXPOSURE(PHYSIOLOGY), EXERCISE(PHYSIOLOGY), STRESS(PHYSIOLOGY), PRESSURE BREATHING, CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERES
Subject Categories : Stress Physiology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE