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A little request...

As many of you know, earlier this year I did a lot of research into nitrogen and how it effects the body under pressure, my project went very well and so I’ve decided to keep going with it and add more information to it as time goes on. 218 more words

Abyssal Zone

Scubapro Aladin2 Dive Computer Recall [US & Canada]

US/Washington & Canada/Ottawa: Johnson Outdoors Diving recalls approximately 400 Scubapro Aladin2 Dive Computers due to decompression sickness, a serious health hazard. CPSC: http://ht.ly/AsuIO; HCSC: … 285 more words

US CPSC

Why is Decompression Illness Significant to You??

‘Should something go wrong, he cannot simply swim to the surface. A diver who has spent time in deep water must ascend gradually, stopping at predetermined intervals to allow his body to readjust to decreasing pressures. 301 more words

Abyssal Zone

Diffusion and Decompression Sickness

‘Divers who have witnessed the writhing, screaming agony of a bad bends swear that they would rather suffocate and drown on the bottom than surface after a long, and deep dive without decompressing.’ 418 more words

Abyssal Zone

Henry's Law

The Gas Laws are very important to our understanding of decompression sickness, the way they work together in the body enables us to understand how nitrogen works when under pressure and how it effects divers. 261 more words

Diving

Dalton's Law

The Gas Laws are very important to our understanding of decompression sickness, the way they work together in the body enables us to understand how nitrogen works when under pressure and how it effects divers. 242 more words

Diving

Boyle's Law

The Gas Laws are very important to our understanding of decompression sickness, the way they work together in the body enables us to understand how nitrogen works when under pressure and how it effects divers. 263 more words

Diving