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  1. 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, 19th July 2006 23:30
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  2. 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 12:44
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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 07:43
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  4. 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 09:16
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  5. 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 19:09
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  6. 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 16:45
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  1. Question C02 pain relief question

    One for the docs - When I started diving for crabs on OC years ago, I started getting intense headaches which I eventually traced back to CO2 caused...

    Started by Ben Heath‎, 8th March 2007 21:10
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  2. Can divers with a PFO, still dive on O2 CCR?

    Doc's correct me here, but wouldnt a person with a PFO still be able to dive a pure O2 rebreather? If one is not taking on any nitrogen load, then...

    Started by RonMicjan‎, 24th June 2007 17:32
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  3. Exclamation Can you tell when your tissues are loaded?

    Didnt know where to put this thread, in her eor in decompression..... Anyway I have a consistent issue where I can tell if I am super saturated...

    Started by Hanssing‎, 7th November 2008 10:56
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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 09:30
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    29th November 2009, 17:58 Go to last post
  5. 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 18:33
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  6. case report: stingray injury to the heart

    I just found this in the Med Journal of Australia: Interesting no? The original article with diagrams is attached.

    Started by babar‎, 6th September 2006 14:08
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  7. Caustic Cocktails - First Aid / Treament

    Hello Everyone, What first Aid and Treatments can be giving a CCR Diver having been burned by a Caustic Cocktail ? I would be asking this...

    Started by Fort Collins Bob‎, 3rd May 2007 18:11
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  8. CCR vs OC for asthmatics

    I was asked a question at work that had me stumped - for asthmatics which is more likely to trigger an asthma attack while diving - cold dry air from...

    Started by RedSeaDiver‎, 30th May 2010 02:25
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  9. 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 13:11
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  10. Cervical surgery and diving questions

    I am looking for some information on the effects of high PO2's of gasses, mainly nitrogen and helium, on the healing process of new bone fusions. Is...

    Started by Dsix36‎, 24th July 2011 01:23
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  11. Cheap Doppler, Any use?

    pocket fetal doppler baby monitor FDA CE heart beat GM - eBay (item 280583225008 end time Nov-30-10 22:05:14 PST) I saw a whole bunch of these...

    Started by teomannaskali‎, 7th November 2010 12:44
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  12. Cleaning Counter Lungs & Loop Hoses with...

    Just wondering if anyone has ever looked into "Steramine" tablets for sanitizing your counterlungs & loop hoses.This is the most popular bar &...

    Started by delidiver‎, 23rd May 2007 20:06
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  13. CNS discussion (split from the infamous AM thread)

    Tino, first my apologies for having dug out this post of yours from some distant path. I am fully aware that you may have received competent answers...

    Started by MatV‎, 16th October 2008 14:06
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  14. CNS limit. True or false

    Hi After some debate between some friends i come with a question. What are the real limits of CNS for a single dive? I know that for each...

    Started by Mikel-Deko‎, 12th November 2008 10:16
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  15. CNS O2 toxic and Anti-oxidants

    Hi all, Anyone has experience on using some anti-oxidant substances against CNS O2 toxic ? I´m using vitam C and will try Coq 10. If anyone has...

    Started by brunospf‎, 16th August 2010 15:38
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  16. CO2 and near death experiences

    A new paper on the subject: http://ccforum.com/content/pdf/cc8952.pdf Carbon dioxide may explain 'near death experiences' It does not...

    Started by jaap‎, 9th April 2010 07:57
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  17. 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 11:53
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  18. CO2 tolerance

    Hi,In an other post Asked about dangerous CO2 level and was advised 0.5% SEV (thanks for answer) but this seems just too convenient to be a single...

    Started by lancsman‎, 6th September 2008 09:40
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  19. CO2's allosteric mediation of hemoglobin's effect on capillaries?

    I guess what I'm asking is are there any Doctor's or Medical folks who can tell me if the finger-tip (oxygen level) analyzers used in hospitals, are...

    Started by uga82grad‎, 1st July 2010 17:03
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  20. Compartment Syndrome.

    I had a non-diving accident yesterday involving an impact to my lower leg, and the doc warned me to keep an eye out for Compartment Syndrome. I...

    Started by Freef‎, 4th October 2007 19:49
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    4th October 2007, 22:04 Go to last post

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