Proceedings of the Undersea Medical Society Workshop (8th) on the Strategy for Future Diving to Depths Greater than 1,000 Feet Held at Sea Ranch, California on 26-27 February 1975,
UNDERSEA MEDICAL SOCIETY BETHESDA MD
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The report presents discussions dealing with all aspects of the subject problem. The following areas were stressed Physico-chemical approaches, interaction of anaesthetics with proteins and bilayers, pressure and anaesthetics, performance during saturation dives, hydrostatic pressure effects in liquid breathing mice, sustained dives with mice up to depths of 8000 feet, application of the critical volume hypothesis to problems of deep diving, high pressure nervous syndrome--clinical and electrophysiological studies in man, practical limits to the use of man under pressure, and a strategy for future diving.
- Stress Physiology