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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: D.A.N. America Warning!

    This is totally absurd considered I for one paid for insurance and services. Andrew. :cussing::brickwall FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dallas,...

    Started by Crazyduck‎, 10th January 2006 13:44
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: CO2 production results

    I thought I would post this in hopes of getting some more info on CO2 production and the efficiencies of the scrubbers that are out there. First I...

    Started by diverrob‎, 20th July 2006 00:30
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  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: DIMS - Diving Incident Monitoring Study

    Those outside of Australia may not be aware of the DIMS, a study which uses incident analysis to try and produce preventative measures and remedies...

    Started by Richard Harris‎, 9th August 2005 08:43
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  4. Talking Sticky Thread Sticky: Welcome To Our New Forum

    WELCOME! I would like to welcome our members to our new Dive Medicine forum, and introduce myself. I am trained as Diver Medic Technician...

    Started by ROB DAVIE‎, 14th March 2005 17:45
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  5. Sticky Thread Sticky: Edmonds' Diving Medicine - Diving Medicine for Scuba Divers 2010 Edition - Free

    This is a free online reference guide written by a group of renowned Australian Doctors on diving related medicine. You can access it here ...

    Started by Roz‎, 2nd July 2010 10:16
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  6. Sticky Thread Sticky: Study of Health of Rebreather Divers

    Help Wanted from Rebreather Divers I'm undertaking a research project looking at the health of rebreather divers and their dive practices...

    Started by SteveJ‎, 19th January 2009 20:09
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  1. Unhappy Tooth ache at depth ?

    After years of diving I now have a problem tooth that's giving me pain at depth. It's a tooth that was crowned and one day while descending to 40m I...

    Started by 14diving‎, 19th May 2010 22:09
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  2. How deep should a child go?

    I went diving with my 12-year-old daughter over the weekend. Her PADI card says her limit is 12m. We showed that scant regard. But how deep should...

    Started by Abbo‎, 15th August 2007 00:45
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  3. What do we really know about O2, CNS and OTUs?

    I came back from diving the other day with psychadelic flashing snakes across my field of vision. I immediately thought conventid: I'd doubtless...

    Started by Abbo‎, 26th September 2009 03:21
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  4. Can you train yourself to not be a CO2 retainer?

    I split this off from the Testing for CO2 retention? Critical or Not?<!-- google_ad_section_end --> thread. I'm assuming that CO2 retention is...

    Started by Abbo‎, 27th November 2009 10:30
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  5. The Body Mass Index and voodoo science

    I was looking at this legendary obese guy, Arnold Schwarzenegger: Arnold Schwarzenegger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia His competition mass was...

    Started by Abbo‎, 6th February 2010 05:53
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  6. CO2 and red blood cell count.

    Does anyone have any information on the above? Note CO2 not CO, but any information useful. Thanks in advance if you have anything. abc

    Started by abc‎, 3rd September 2007 12:53
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  7. who can explain ppo

    I am an instructor for the marine corps and teach open thru rebreathers. Well Now I have to teach boyles, gay lusaks, henerys and daltons law. ...

    Started by adam0321‎, 24th August 2010 18:38
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  8. Do you know about Immersion Pulmonary Edema? You should...

    “It is a beautiful sunny day. The ocean is calm and there is no current. In short: a perfect day to plunge into the sea and dive the Spiegel Grove....

    Started by Add Helium‎, 15th June 2013 15:01
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  9. Scuba Diving and Coronary Artery Disease

    A great article from Rebreather Instructor Dr. Doug Ebersole, on Scuba Diving and Coronary Artery Disease. It is estimated that there are about 3...

    Started by Add Helium‎, 11th November 2013 00:23
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    11th November 2013, 14:17 Go to last post
  10. Hydration Revisited – Myths Versus Facts

    The matter of hydration and diving is certainly unresolved. Current practice stresses prehydration and completely ignores the importance of...

    Started by Add Helium‎, 2nd December 2014 03:14
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  11. Fascinating lecture on Decompression by Dr. Simon Mitchell

    <iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/UY61E49lyos" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="480" width="640"></iframe> Dr. Simon Mitchell,...

    Started by Add Helium‎, 5th June 2016 23:06
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  12. Careful What You Eat: Gassy Divers More Prone to DCS?

    A new article on The Rebreather Exploration and Research Organization web site: Two articles were published last year describing how colonic...

    Started by Add Helium‎, 10th March 2017 19:33
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  13. Leaking Mitral valve

    Thought my case history may interest the medically minded rebreather community. Anyway been diving for 14 years current age 54 male etc etc . In good...

    Started by Alan Crichton‎, 11th February 2007 06:09
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  14. Air quality

    Hiya Have recently had a small problem with dampness and mould at home, but it got me to thinking well we breathe similar conditions in...

    Started by AM‎, 11th December 2006 11:09
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  15. Poll Poll: middle ear oxygen absorption syndrome

    Does it effect you? How much? Well, after waking up again with a blocked, painful to clear left ear*, I decided to do some research on the...

    Started by Andy Del‎, 28th July 2008 03:51
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  16. Helium solubility

    Ah... my addled brain needs a little help here. I'm in a slow paced discussion about breathing gasses and have been confronted with an opinion...

    Started by Andy Del‎, 24th January 2009 11:51
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  17. HBOT - not so hyperbaric...

    This is a theoretical question of a general nature for those who are hyperbaric specialists, etc, regarding HBOT. In short, if one was going to...

    Started by Andy Del‎, 1st November 2013 04:35
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  18. CCRs and "Minor" Diving Disorders

    Having just completed a Boris Mod 1 course in Stoney Cove (a fresh water, flooded quarry in Leicestershire, England) I find myself suffering from an...

    Started by Ant Slegg‎, 30th May 2006 14:11
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  19. Diving after septum surgery

    Hi all I have to have surgery to correct a deviated septum along with removal of nasal polyps. The consultant gave advice on how long I would...

    Started by Arkwright‎, 21st May 2008 12:55
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  20. Diving Research Ideas

    Hello, Let us introduce ourselves, we are five medical students currently in our 4th year studying in London. As part of our medical course,...

    Started by auzz‎, 4th August 2007 04:43
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    22nd August 2007, 16:02 Go to last post

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