In the ten years since the third edition of this work, recreational diving has become increasingly available worldwide and commercial diving has consolidated its operational experience at record depths. From continued research there has come a greater understanding of many of the problems associated with the physiological, bio-engineering and medical aspects of exposure to raised environmental pressure. Increased human activity in this unforgiving environment requires a fresh appraisal of the current state of knowledge in this field. An authoritative team of contributors has been assembled to produce a new edition of this established series of scientific and medical reviews. It contains much new material: every chapter has been revised and many have been completely rewritten. The physiological basis of safe diving, the pathogenesis of diving illnesses and the management of diving accidents are all covered, many from the perspectives of new authors, and new chapters include fitness to dive, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and the possible long-term effects of diving. This volume will be valuable for all divers who wish to be expert in this field and is essential reading for health professionals of every speciality who, at any time, may become involved with divers or diving, in the assessment and prevention of diving related illnesses or in response to a diving accident.The portable diver monitoring system described by Braun and Sterba (1990, 1991a) included a newly designed, solid-state ... Wiring diagrams are provided to assist in the assembly of both the on-line and the portable diver monitoring systemsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Physiology and Medicine of Diving|
|Author||:||Peter B. Bennett|
|Publisher||:||W.B. Saunders Company - 1993|