Assessment of the interaction of hyperbaric N2, CO2, and O2 on psychomotor performance in divers.

@article{Freiberger2016AssessmentOT,
  title={Assessment of the interaction of hyperbaric N2, CO2, and O2 on psychomotor performance in divers.},
  author={J J Freiberger and Bruce J Derrick and Michael J. Natoli and Igor Akushevich and Eric A Schinazi and Chelsea Parker and Bryant W. Stolp and Peter R. Bennett and Richard D. Vann and Sophia A S Dunworth and Richard E. Moon},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={121 4},
  pages={
          953-964
        }
}
Diving narcosis results from the complex interaction of gases, activities, and environmental conditions. We hypothesized that these interactions could be separated into their component parts. Where previous studies have tested single cognitive tasks sequentially, we varied inspired partial pressures of CO2, N2, and O2 in immersed, exercising subjects while assessing multitasking performance with the Multi-Attribute Task Battery II (MATB-II) flight simulator. Cognitive performance was tested… CONTINUE READING
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