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  1. Validation of Dive Computer Algorithms
  2. Proceedings of Validation of Dive Computers Workshop: Discussion Session 2
  3. The Use of Venous Gas Emboli to Validate Dive Computers
  4. Dive Computer Use in Recreational Diving: Insights from the DAN-DSL Database
  5. Dive Computer Program Management in Scientific Diving
  6. Proceedings of the Validation of Dive Computers Workshop: Plenary Discussion
  7. Validation of Dive Computers: Findings and Recommendations
  8. Validation of Dive Computers: Findings and Recommendations
  9. Diving accidents and death
  10. "STICKYBEAK" Provisional Report on Diving Deaths in 1972
  11. Torrid Seas to Icebound Lakes: Shipwreck Investigations within NOAA's National Marine
  12. Atmospheric Diving Suits – New Technology May Provide ADS Systems that are Practical
  13. Recommendations for rescue of a submerged unresponsive compressed-gas diver.
  14. Alcohol and Diving.
  15. Autopsy and the investigation of scuba diving fatalities
  16. Medical standards for the use of 'Scubadoo' - a discussion paper.
  17. The Editor’s offering.
  18. From low-cost vehicles to the deepest ocean: The process
  19. Summary of knowledge and thinking about asthma and diving since 1993*: Discussion pap
  20. Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary and Texas A and M University at Galvest
  21. DISRC: Latest report on #DISMS http://t.co/iIePLHuoAE Diver using DPV snagged drysuit
  22. Discussion Paper On Asthma And Diving published in Thoracic Society News, Vol 14 Issu
  23. Belize Barrier Reef Transect: How Far Do Coral Reef Fish Larvae Travel In Marine Curr
  24. A Reply to the Letter from Dr Graham Simpson in Respect to the Discussion Paper on Di
  25. Tales from the South Pacific – diving medicine in Vanuatu
  26. Soft bottom benthos sampling using scuba
  27. The salvage of the Wahine: an exercise in occupational medicine.
  28. Exceptional Areas, Significant Challenges, a Perfect Opportunity: The National Marine
  29. DISRC: http://t.co/7GUqHjCPYE #DISMS #CCR Shearwater accidentally calibrated to wrong
  30. Spectral Reflectance as a Method to Identify the Invasive Tunicate Didemnum vexillum
  31. Automatic decompression meters
  32. Diabetes and recreational diving: Guidelines for the future.
  33. Emergency medical care: In the tropics
  34. The Office of National Marine Sanctuaries Science Needs Assessment: A To Do List for
  35. Contaminated water diving: the risks divers don’t want to acknowledge
  36. A systematic review of the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in the treatment of acute
  37. Reverse dive profiles: the making of a myth. A response.
  38. Discoveries of New Marine Species of the Aleutian Islands
  39. ORCA's new Delphi computers: Impact on the diving community
  40. Community Science for In-Shore Marine Resource Management Building a Toolkit Drawing
  41. Letter to the Editor: Bearded ghouls and scientific meetings
  42. Scuba Diving Surveys Used to Estimate Pacific Herring Egg Deposition in Southeastern
  43. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy in the treatment of skin ulcers due to calcific uraemic art
  44. An analysis of biotic interactions on the east Flower Garden Bank (Gulf of Mexico) us
  45. Assessing Seasonal Variation of Epibenthic Community Structure on Restored Oyster Ree
  46. Diving-related pulmonary oedema as an unusual presentation of alcoholic cardiomyopath
  47. Longitudinal field study of lung function in scuba divers – a progress report
  48. Maintenance of Professional Standards (MOPS)
  49. Possible long term health effects of diving at work (the ELTHI study)
  50. Antimalarial drugs and diving – a brief review
  51. Dengue fever and Japanese encephalitis – an update
  52. An Assessment of Growout Strategies for the Green Sea Urchin (Strongylocentrotus droe
  53. Diving in support of buoy engineering: The RTEAM project
  54. Knowledge of underwater medicine in Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea [Abstract]
  55. Exploring the 'Marine Twilight Zone' in the Gulf of Eilat, Red Sea, Israel
  56. Rubicon RSS Feed
  57. A 'BLAGRRA' Assessment of Coral Bleaching and Disease in Bonaire
  58. Basic life support in a diving bell and deck decompression chamber.
  59. Training, equipment, and operational procedures for conducting scientific saturation
  60. Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)-Based Fish Detection Using Haar Classifiers
  61. New thoughts on the correction of presbyopia for divers.
  62. British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) Diving Incidents report 2007
  63. Joint Committee on Quantitative Assessment of Research Citation Statistics
  64. Diving techniques in marine mesocosms
  65. Phylogenetic Order Differentiates Fatty Acid Composition of 40 Northeast Pacific Macr
  66. Letter to the Editor: Decompression dives
  67. Health of Coral Reefs: Measuring Benthic Indicator Groups and Calculating Tipping Poi
  68. The Editor's Offering
  69. Variability in Antibacterial Activity in Hawaiian Corals
  70. Quantitative diver visual surveys of innershelf natural and artificial reefs in Onslo
  71. The President's Page
  72. Malignant otitis externa: experience with hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  73. Fertilization Success of the Circumpolar Antarctic Seastar Odontaster validus (Koehle
  74. Acute antioxidant pre-treatment attenuates endothelial microparticle release after de
  75. Bioluminescence of gelatinous zooplankton in the Greenland and Barents Seas: Nightlig
  76. 'Sea legs': sharpened Romberg test after three days on a live-aboard dive boat.
  77. Oxygen and Hydrogen Isotopes Suggest Two Sources for Little Salt Spring
  78. Use of two primary breathing mixtures for enriched air diving operations
  79. Approaches for Analyzing Behavioral Interactions of Fishes Using Time Series Video Ob
  80. Malignant otitis externa: experience with hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
  81. Exceeding the limits - estimated tissue pressures among Western Australian recreation
  82. Diver efficiency: Low drag, maximum thrust, and the check is in the mail
  83. Analyser position for end-tidal carbon dioxide monitoring in a rebreather circuit.
  84. S100B and its relation to intravascular bubbles following decompression.
  85. Tourist Charge Capacities for Recreational Scuba Diving in Marine Protected Areas and
  86. Codes of practice for manned submersibles
  87. Biomedical research in the sea, a search for drugs and novel compounds
  88. Algal Garden Cultivation and Guarding Behavior of Dusky Damselfish on Coral Rubble an
  89. Sampling the bottom in low visibility
  90. Severe hydrogen sulphide poisoning treated with 4-dimethylaminophenol and hyperbaric
  91. Population Analysis of an Introduced Coral Species, Tubastraea coccinea, in Florida
  92. Techniques for nearshore oceanographic instrument installations
  93. Underwater Paleontology: Recovery of a Prehistoric Whale Mandible Offshore Georgia
  94. Hyperbaric oxygen in the treatment of asphyxia in two newborn infants.
  95. The university based diving locker
  96. Respiratory rate can be modulated by long-loop muscular reflexes, a possible factor i
  97. The use of drugs by UK recreational divers: illicit drugs.
  98. The Editor's offering: MEDLINE indexation for DHM
  99. The President's page
  100. Closed circuit oxygen rebreathers - A new approach
  101. Collecting marine specimens for research
  102. The use of drugs by UK recreational divers: prescribed and over-the-counter medicatio
  103. Mental health measures in predicting outcomes for the selection and training of navy
  104. Underwater working times in two groups of traditional apnea divers in Asia: the Ama a
  105. Cerebral arterial gas embolism with delayed treatment and a fatal outcome in a 14-yea
  106. A high density - low diversity octocoral community in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico
  107. Commentary on the problems of diving in remote areas and underdeveloped countries.
  108. British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) diving incidents report 2009.
  109. Letter to editor: The death of buddy diving?
  110. Letter to editor: Women and pressure.
  111. Aquatic Research Opportunities with the National Park Service
  112. Investigation of Scuba Diving Accidents
  113. Editorial
  114. Acute hearing loss following diving into and in water
  115. Free ascent and “dumb” animals
  116. The causation of perilymph fistulae in divers.
  117. Situation report covering diving in the off-shore industry in the North Sea in 1979
  118. Changes in intellectual function associated with nitrogen narcosis
  119. Mod 1 #CCR 'lack of' gas analysis incident #DISMS
  120. Incident Report on #DISMS Lost at Sea: http://t.co/zFUq50Y2gG #diving #safety
  121. #DISMS Incident: Minor complacency with gear checks in cave #diving environment highl
  122. #DISMS Incident: http://t.co/DXxp0QWBSC Doppler Grade 2 bubbles caused by exercise 80
  123. #DISMS Incident: http://t.co/rVs62aGvYp Aborted #cave #dive caused by 2 regulators ma
  124. #DISMS Incident: http://t.co/i83zaemW7F 4 divers involved in rapid ascent and suspect
  125. Display Problems/Errors with DISMS - Feedback
  126. #DISMS #Diving Incident: Diver rapid ascent due to too much gas in drysuit. DCI sympt
  127. #DISMS #Diving Incident: Diver ascended from trimix dive and suffered #DCI, then pote
  128. #DISMS Incident Reports: 25 #diving incidents from #aquaCORPS uploaded. Link uses key
  129. Redistribution of decompression stop time from shallow to deep stops increases incide
  130. Not All are Created Equal: Operational Variability in 49 Models of Diving Computer
  131. Mathematical Models of Diffusion-Limited Gas Bubble Evolution in Perfused Tissue
  132. Changes in oxygenation in mechanically ventilated critically ill patients following h
  133. Transportation of divers with decompression illness on the west coast of Scotland
  134. Next medical colloquy in Cancun (Mexico) in December 1980
  135. The Editor’s offering
  136. Risk factors for running low on gas in recreational divers in Western Australia.
  137. #DISMS #Diving Incident: Rapid ascent due to unfamiliarity with equipment ending in s
  138. Provisional report on diving-related fatalities in Australian waters 2006.
  139. Diving Safety Memorandum No. 12 - Diving Emergencies
  140. #DISMS #Diving Incident: http://t.co/TGsFU2pgyL Loss of buoyancy control ended in rap
  141. Estimating Geoduck Harvest Rate and Show Factors in Southeast Alaska
  142. Diving Safety Memorandum No. 13 - Potential Danger to Divers
  143. Effects of Substrate Rugosity on Subtidal Algal Recruitment
  144. A note regarding safe diving distance fromseismic surveying operations
  145. Illustrative diving incidents from New Zealand
  146. Dyadic adjustment and personality traits in cave divers: An exploratory study.
  147. Solid-state electrolyte sensors for rebreather applications: a preliminary investigat
  148. The Antarctic Benthos: Temperature, Oxygen, and Body Size
  149. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy or hydroxycobalamin attenuates surges in brain interstitial
  150. Preliminary observations on the effect of hypoxic and hyperbaric stress on pulmonary
  151. The President’s page
  152. Hydroxycobalamin, hyperbaric oxygen and cyanide poisoning.
  153. Controversial issues in hyperbaric oxygen therapy: a European College of Hyperbaric M
  154. Validation of Dive Computers
  155. Hyperbaric oxygen: a new adjunctive therapy for surgical-related complications in irr
  156. Genetic Connectivity of Endemic Damselfishes in the Hawaiian Archipelago
  157. A survey of neurological decompression illness in commercial breath-hold divers (Ama)
  158. An unusual diving problem
  159. Identification of bacteria in scuba divers' rinse tanks.
  160. Reef Check California: Applied Ecosystem Monitoring as a Training Tool for AAUS Progr
  161. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy improved both pain scores and range of motion in patients w
  162. Prevalence of patent foramen ovale (PFO) and MRI-lesions in mild neurological decompr
  163. The physiology of decompression sickness
  164. Going deep with the lateral thinkers
  165. Respiratory muscle training improves swimming endurance at depth.
  166. Underwater recompression of bends
  167. Underutilization of echocardiography for patent foramen ovale in divers with serious
  168. The effect of over- or underfilling the soda lime canister on CO2 absorption in two c
  169. Validation of hyperbaric oxygen treatment software for use with monoplace chambers.
  170. “SeaPhoto:” Central California Marine Life Featured in New Free iPhone, iPad App
  171. [Abstract] Comparison of two modes of delivery of first aid training including basic
  172. Growth and Distribution of the Invasive Bryozoan Watersipora in Monterey Harbor, Cali
  173. Observation of increased venous gas emboli after wet dives compared to dry dives.
  174. The foundations for today's future.
  175. The proceedings of the inaugural meeting of the European Undersea Bio-Medical Society
  176. Letter to editor: The death of buddy diving?
  177. The editor's offering
  178. Editorial
  179. Seasonal Variability of Kelp Forest Fishes and the Implications for Sampling Frequenc
  180. Oil rigs patrolled by sea stars
  181. The annual scientific meeting of SPUMS 1980
  182. Physiological aspects of panic in water-related accidents
  183. Using a Diver-operated Suction Dredge to Evaluate the Effects of a Top-predator on Su
  184. The Presidents' pages
  185. Managing California’s Marine Protected Area Network: From Outreach to Research
  186. The Presidents' pages
  187. Speciation with Gene Flow in Coral Reef Fishes
  188. Going the Distance: Use of Diver Propulsion Units, Underwater Acoustic Navigation, an
  189. Population Dynamics of a Sponge Disease on Caribbean Reefs
  190. Risk factors and clinical outcome in military divers with neurological decompression
  191. Provisional report on Australian diving-related deaths, 1979
  192. Hyperbaric Chambers for Fish
  193. The need for optimisation of post-dive ultrasound monitoring to properly evaluate the
  194. Sea Stars of the Nearshore Aleutian Archipelago
  195. Experimental Marine Ecology Along the Open Coastline of the Western Antarctic Peninsu
  196. An Investigation of Behavioral Differences in Captive Sevengill Sharks and Implicatio
  197. The coronial investigation of “skin-diving” fatalities in New Zealand
  198. Retinal artery occlusion: visual outcome after treatment with hyperbaric oxygen.
  199. Tracking Grey Reef Sharks Using a Novel Method for Acoustic Tag Attachment and the “C
  200. Maintenance of negative-pressure wound therapy while undergoing hyperbaric oxygen the
  201. Fish poisoning causes concern in Queensland
  202. Burrow and Current Production by the Mantis Shrimp, Squilla empusa
  203. Editorial
  204. Closed-Circuit Diving Techniques for Wild Sea Otter Capture
  205. Tips to avoid poisoning
  206. Ciguatoxin testing with a mongoose
  207. Survey of ciguatera poisoning
  208. Joint research on ciguatera
  209. Folk remedies for ciguatera
  210. Medical fitness to dive, A disputed concept
  211. The low-back x-ray and diving fitness: Report of an ad hoc committee
  212. Increasing the visibility of divers on the surface and at depth
  213. The influence of a hyperbaric environment and increased oxygen partial pressure on th
  214. Letter to the editor: “Discussion of a case of Pulmonary Barotrauma”.
  215. British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) diving incidents report 2010
  216. Sea Ulcers - It’s time for some preventive medicine
  217. Bacteria involved in marine-derived wound infections
  218. Dangerous cone shells
  219. Critical appraisal: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy improved pain and range of motion for p
  220. A repetitive dive syndrome: Stress at depth
  221. Malignant otitis externa: experience with hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
  222. Advertising guidelines for Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine
  223. Disarming the bluebottle - Treatment of physalia envenomation
  224. Letter to editor: Lithium batteries – intravenous infusion pumps used in hyperbaric f
  225. Diving safety memorandum
  226. The effect of pre-dive exercise timing, intensity and mode on post-decompression veno
  227. Telemedicine in the management of diving accidents: correlation of phone-assessed sym
  228. The Editor's Offering
  229. The President's page
  230. Effect of hyperbaric oxygen on bone healing after enucleation of mandibular cysts: a
  231. Oxygen toxicity seizures: 20 years' experience from a single hyperbaric unit.
  232. The effects of increased pressure, variation in inspired gases and the use of a mask
  233. Predicting performance in competitive apnea diving. Part III: deep diving.
  234. Suitability of the partially implantable active middle-ear amplifier Vibrant Soundbri
  235. Critical appraisal: Does hyperbaric oxygen administration decrease side effects and i
  236. The death of buddy diving?
  237. Divers do it deeper (but not what you think)
  238. BS-AC diving restrictions for diabetic divers
  239. Operative Nd:YAG laser plus postoperative hyperbaric oxygen reduces surgical morbidit
  240. Immunohistochemical expression of apoptosis and VEGF expression on random skin flaps
  241. Research report: the effects of hyperbaric oxygen preconditioning on myocardial bioma
  242. Predictions from a mathematical model of decompression compared to Doppler scores.
  243. Neuropsychological deficits in scuba divers: an exploratory investigation.
  244. Case reports: hyperbaric oxygen therapy for the treatment of cerebral air embolism.
  245. #DISMS Near Fatal Hypercapnia #Diving Incident on #CCR
  246. #DISMS Confirmed CO2 hit at 41m following CO2 sensor failures earlier in the week's d