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Decompression sickness

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Decompression sickness describes a condition arising from dissolved gases coming out of .... DCS is best known as a diving disorder that affects divers having breathed gas that is at a higher pressu...

What freediving does to the body - BBC News

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Jan 12, 2011 ... But the bodies of habitual freedivers, who hold their breath for minutes at a ... At this depth, water pressure is almost three times what it is on the ...

How do pearl divers adapt their bodies to the ocean? | Reference.com

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Pearl divers adapt their bodies to the ocean by learning to hold their breath for ... The elevated pressure underwater also serves to compress the spleen, so that the ... Breathing Techniques of Pearl Divers · Effects of Pressure on Pearl Divers  ...

The Amazing Physiology of Pearl Divers | Runner's World

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Mar 28, 2016 ... The physiology of pearl diving is amazing, thanks to the body's intricate ... increasing your blood pressure, and causing your heart rate to drop.

Diving Deep into Danger by Nathaniel Rich | The New York Review ...

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Feb 7, 2013 ... This condition, nitrogen narcosis, is also known as the Martini Effect, ... They found that the chamber was losing pressure, but were unable to seal it. ..... died on his second day at work for Paspaley Pearls, while diving for wild ...

Cardiovascular responses to partial and total immersion in man - NCBI

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Short-term cardiovascular effects of partial and total immersion of eighteen human subjects in the ... Brachial arterial pressure, heart rate, forearm blood flow and respiratory ... HEMMINGSEN E, GAREY W. Circulatory adjustment in pearl divers.

Diving Physiology and Decompression Sickness - Smithsonian

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physiology: oxygen store management and the effects of pressure at depth. ..... symptoms of decompression sickness in these pearl divers, includ- ing partial or  ...

A Brief History of Diving: Free Divers, Bells and Helmets | Dive ...

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Dec 11, 2002 ... So to try and compensate somewhat for the increasing pressure on the ... Even Columbus found a thriving pearl-diving industry on the coast of ...

Scuba Diving - MarineBio.org

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Their studies helped explain effects of water pressure on the body, and also define ... ama divers of Japan and Korea, pearl divers of the Tuamoto Archipelago).

One Dive, One Breath | Popular Science

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Jun 25, 2003 ... That's the essence of free diving, a sport defined by lung capacity and ... dates back to at least 4,500 B.C. and Mediterranean mother-of-pearl divers. ... Water pressure, they argued, reaches 65 pounds per square inch at that ...

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The Bends | Diving Physiology

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He suggested that increasing pressure at depth would compress the lungs and .... For example, reports of accidents in pearl divers from the Tuamotu Islands ...

Scuba Diving Explained - Lawrence Martin, MD - Craig Moss

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effects of water pressure on nitrogen and oxygen in any gas mixture, including ordinary ..... divers of Japan and Korea, pearl divers of the Tuamoto Archipe-lago) .

Water and the Physical Laws That Affect All Divers - Lakeside Press

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Jun 11, 2008 ... Regardless of the air pressure, however, water molecules are much .... and commerce (ama divers of Japan and Korea, pearl divers of Hawaii, ...