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  1. 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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  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: 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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  4. 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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  5. 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
  6. 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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  1. Inwater Recompression

    This article is Very…interesting. Credit provided to Richard Pyle and David Youngblood. Article-In-water Recompression as an...

    Started by Crazyduck‎, 3rd August 2005 21:03
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    4th September 2006, 14:21 Go to last post
  2. Weird comment from a scuba doc

    I want to ask opinions from our forums medical experts. I heard a really odd statement from a scuba doc. This is how the story goes. My wife got a...

    Started by jhaaja‎, 10th January 2008 05:24
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    13th March 2008, 01:34 Go to last post
  3. The Risks of diving with a Cold and using decongestants

    At the weekend I went to Plymouth to do some mix gas diving, I have been suffering with a cold for a few weeks now’s but did not want to cancel...

    Started by louisrankin‎, 12th September 2006 11:25
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    13th September 2006, 12:50 Go to last post
  4. 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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  5. 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 02:14
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  6. Heart attacks.

    I have been giving the 'heart-attack' syndrome some thought and I thought I would share it with you. You may already have come to the same conclusion...

    Started by John Bantin‎, 5th May 2006 09:56
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    8th May 2006, 10:35 Go to last post
  7. Corrective lenses for diving

    OK so I got the mitts / dry gloves issue sorted. Now looking through the Vision manual the sight test has provoked me into dealing with the recent...

    Started by johnnied‎, 22nd October 2006 22:53
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  8. Heart rate monitors & CO2 effects

    Question: Would simple heart rate monitors such as are in use with the Scubapro Galileo computer be able to show us anything potentially...

    Started by saveourseas‎, 18th November 2009 14:51
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  9. 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 21:09
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  10. 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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  11. Seizure threshold & RB diving deaths

    In the light of recent highly experienced rebreather divers dying I thought I'd post some thoughts which I have been musing on for a while. The...

    Started by Sutty‎, 8th April 2006 18:49
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  12. Are all caustic cocktails the same?

    I have been having a look at some MSDS for different brands of sorb and there seems to be a vast difference in the seriousness of ingestion. For...

    Started by montyg‎, 21st March 2007 20:31
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  13. Going under after going under

    Like many others I`m sure the onset of sea sickness can really shake you up on a dive.On my last hard boat trip I quote the skipper " I`ve seen...

    Started by CLASSIC TED‎, 31st December 2008 12:14
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  14. ear problem pure O2

    hi, recently ive been diving my rebreather as a pure O2 unit. My dives have been between 3-4 meters deep , usually about 1-2 hrs in time. ...

    Started by comeagutsa‎, 19th February 2009 04:39
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  15. Poll Poll: Rebreather diving and tinnitus

    Just curious really as to whether rebreather divers are more prone to tinnitus. Both my buddy and I get this intermittently (very mild for me, worse...

    Started by jo_c‎, 24th February 2009 17:47
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  16. Eyes

    Hi guys, Day before yesterday I went for a small dive in the morning: 40m and 35mn. In the afternoon I had an apointment at the eye doctor, so I...

    Started by Philippe GERIN‎, 7th May 2009 14:30
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  17. Decompression and body composition

    My diving colleagues and myself had an interresting debate over the weekend, and I promised to put the subject on the forum for other input. It...

    Started by Johan Pretorius‎, 10th October 2011 07:07
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  18. 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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  19. Computer mouse elbow injury and DCS?

    Hi members As I spend about 5-10 hours a day with a computer (And alot more some years ago), I have developed a small mouse "wear" injury in my...

    Started by depth‎, 17th June 2009 21:06
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  20. 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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    2nd January 2017, 12:12 Go to last post

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