Color Atlas of Dental Medicine. Radiology by Pasler F.A., Hassell T.

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WORKMAN, R. , G. F. BOND, AND W. F. MAZZONE 1962. Prolonged exposure of animals to pressurized normal and synthetic atmospheres. Res. Rep. 5. S. Navy Med. Res. , p. 1-19. D. Man-Made Diving Environments 1. Introduction This section describes various types of facilities by means of which humans may be exposed to hyperbaric pressures. Its intent is not to impart engineering or operational details but to acquaint the reader with the overall scope of hyperbaric systems and devices by which the human being may be subjected to pressure.

F. Bond, and W. F. Mazzone (Workman et al. 1962) reported on the concept of saturation diving. They reasoned that after a period of time at a fixed pressure the diver will absorb into his tissues all of the inert gas he is capable of absorbing. Of course, this saturated diver must decompress with a much longer schedule than dives to the same depth but of shorter duration (see Chapter IV, "Decompression Theory"). but he decompresses only once instead of the many times required in bounce diving, thus minimizing the physical risks of decompression and reducing dramatically the time of decompression for long periods of working time under standard diving conditions.

Foam neoprene wet suit with a hooded neoprene vest usually is satisfactory for dives as long as 60 min, provided the diver is actively working. It is possible to double the time under water by using a variable-volume dry suit. For very cold water the hot water wet suit affords thermal protection but tethers the diver to. the water supply. Diving in cold water also presents several equipment problems that need to be considered. Single-hose regulators are especially susceptible to freezing, although some new models are built to resist this.

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