The Effect of Pressure on the Lungs
Mainly for fun, this talk became an exercise in communicating by diagrams. Now its luck is being pushed further by being printed in essentially the same form. It attempts to cover a field that may be unfamiliar to some people, and begins with a man standing in a tall but empty bath.
KeywordsDecompression Sickness Barometric Pressure Sternal Notch Oronasal Mask Nitrogen Narcosis
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