O’Dive

Oh Deco, oh Doppler, O’dive: Evaluando la primera herramienta de seguridad para “deco” conocida

Traducido por: Carlos Lander Título Original: Oh Deco, Oh Doppler, O’Dive: Assessing the World’s First Personal Deco Safety Tool- By Michael Menduno Originalmente publicado por: InDepth en Julio de 2020 Disclaimer: Translations between languages are not literal, the languages must be adapted and modified so the reader can be engaged into the material as if […]

DAN EU

Vacante de presión parcial y el modelo metabólico estático- II parte

Vacante de presión parcial del oxígeno y el modelo metabólico estático- II parte

DAN EU

El metabolismo es estúpido: un nuevo modelo sobre la formación de burbuja.

05 Feb 2020 | Michael Menduno Traducción: Carlos Lander El artículo esta dividido en dos partes, sin embargo, el original no. La existencia y cantidad de burbujas a nivel vascular esta asociada al síndrome de descompresión o embolia gaseosa (EG). Se teoriza que durante la inmersión, las burbujas se desarrollan a partir de pequeños núcleos […]

Mk29 CCR

MK29 rebreather

Recently I spoke with John Clarke, on our conversation he mentioned that the NAVY is working on a CCR that could be used with umbilical as a backup; so if you still pondering about it, below are public-videos explaining the concept

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Mike Anghera, Diving Safety Officer

Mike Anghera Interview
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Understanding the conclusion of a comparative evaluation of two decompression procedures for technical diving using inflammatory responses: Compartmental versus Ratio Deco.

Understanding the conclusion of a comparative evaluation of two decompression procedures for technical diving using inflammatory responses: Compartmental versus Ratio Deco.

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