Diving Into Research of Biomedical Engineering in Scuba Diving

@article{Cibis2017DivingIR,
  title={Diving Into Research of Biomedical Engineering in Scuba Diving},
  author={Tobias Cibis and Alistair Lee McEwan and Arne Sieber and Bjoern M. Eskofier and John M Lippmann and Karl E. Friedl and Michael Bennett},
  journal={IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2017},
  volume={10},
  pages={323-333}
}
The physiologic response of the human body to different environments is a complex phenomenon to ensure survival. Immersion and compressed gas diving, together, trigger a set of responses. Monitoring those responses in real time may increase our understanding of them and help us to develop safety procedures and equipment. This review outlines diving physiology and diseases and identifies physiological parameters worthy of monitoring. Subsequently, we have investigated technological approaches… CONTINUE READING

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