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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 12:44
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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, 19th July 2006 23:30
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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 07:43
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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 16:45
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    9th October 2005, 19:36 Go to last post
  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 09:16
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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 19:09
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  1. Obesity, Fitness and Diving

    Last month some interesting data that emerged from a long-term study was covered in the News. Namely that obesity may be less hazardous to your...

    Started by dreamdive‎, 12th February 2013 10:40
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  2. Do's and Don'ts for DCS Prevention

    AddHelium just completed an Expeditionary Dive Seminar in Grand Cayman. A four-day lecture series reporting on the latest scientific research results...

    Started by dreamdive‎, 18th April 2013 00:58
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  3. How to deal with a Caustic Cocktail

    Hello Everyone! Here is an another article on the AddHelium website. This time on how to handle the rare but potentially dangerous event of a...

    Started by dreamdive‎, 1st November 2013 17:48
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  4. This is why you want to disinfect your loop!

    This from BBC News: http://www.bbc.com/news/health-37152871 Bagpipe lung' warning for wind musicians 23 August 2016 From the section Health

    Started by dreamdive‎, 23rd August 2016 23:44
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  5. Why You Want to Stay on Your Loop AFTER the Dive

    Why You Want to Stay on Your Loop AFTER the Dive December 28, 2016 | I recently summarized a 2013 article about IPAVA (Intrapulmonary...

    Started by dreamdive‎, 30th December 2016 12:01
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  6. Pearce Resurgence deep exploration and also shallow incident

    cf www.divenewzealand.com//articles.asp?sid=760 Superb dive from Dave and Rick but also from John who succeed to manage very well the unfortunate...

    Started by DrJM‎, 27th June 2007 10:01
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    27th June 2007, 20:46 Go to last post
  7. Paper on Oxygen exposure

    I came across this paper http://bluenine.tv/johan/rebreather/files/OxygenExposure.html - nothing new as such but I found the parts about the...

    Started by Drmike‎, 12th August 2005 10:37
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    13th August 2005, 11:16 Go to last post
  8. Diver Medical Technician (DMT) course - details needed

    Hi, As most of my diving is in remote spots I was thinking about doing a Diver Medical Technician (DMT) course. Does anyone know what the...

    Started by Drmike‎, 11th January 2006 03:11
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  9. WKPP - Dealing with O2 tox protocols

    some good stuff here: gue.com/Projects/WKPP/Procedures/oxtox.htm IV. In Water Response for Tonic/Clonic episode w/o aspiration A....

    Started by Drmike‎, 31st August 2006 02:49
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  10. Bloody Eyeballs

    I have recently noticed a little issue with my eyes after diving. on Jan 13th I went diving. 132' max depth for 1hr 38 min. 45 min bottom time...

    Started by Dsix36‎, 3rd February 2008 20:08
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  11. 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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  12. explain cardio health and deco to me

    I have often had my doubts as to the effects of cardio health on deco and decided to finally go public and see if someone can explain it in a way...

    Started by Dsix36‎, 1st August 2017 23:06
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    3rd August 2017, 18:17 Go to last post
  13. Alveolar gas equatiion

    Split from the Near drowning and Rescue thread - http://www.rebreatherworld.com/showthread.php?t=12601 The alveolar gas equation describes the...

    Started by dteubner‎, 23rd June 2007 02:19
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    25th June 2007, 01:00 Go to last post
  14. How much CO2 is too much?

    So what CO2 percentage in the loop would be considered too much?

    Started by E-man‎, 2nd September 2005 02:02
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  15. How much oxygene does a uncounsious diver use per minute?

    Hi! Does anyone know how much oxygene a uncounsious diver use per minute? I calculated that when I hold my breath for about 6 minutes which is...

    Started by Edvin M‎, 27th November 2007 11:29
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  16. PFO closure and toe/tee result

    Good morning everyone, three years ago, after a neurologic dci, I underwent a PFO closure in my hometown, Milan. The first check, after six...

    Started by enrico68‎, 7th August 2009 08:10
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    8th August 2009, 20:20 Go to last post
  17. My suggestion for the day.

    Hey nothing personal to the Rebreather World, its great, but: Stop reading and writing (unless you're at work) and go for a run, or swim or walk. ...

    Started by fireman‎, 4th August 2008 15:54
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  18. What medical testing should RB divers get?

    I was a rescue diver for the fire department. Before we could get in the water we where required to pass a medical test. It consisted of: ...

    Started by fireman‎, 4th August 2008 14:51
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  19. The straw that broke the divers back.

    The straw that broke the divers back Or I really donít want another diver to die By Kevin Ward Today I read about another dead diver, this time...

    Started by fireman‎, 15th November 2009 17:47
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  20. What do you think caused these symptoms...

    A friend dives a Meg. Uses Steramine. Cleans/sanitizes his loop and ISC neoprene counter lungs every dive. Runs a 1.0, normally. Bumps it up to...

    Started by floridabob‎, 8th June 2014 17:58
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    20th July 2014, 23:50 Go to last post

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