Threshold altitude resulting in decompression sickness.


A review of case reports, hypobaric chamber training data, and experimental evidence indicated that the threshold for incidence of Altitude Decompression Sickness (DCS) was influenced by various factors such as prior denitrogenation, exercise or rest and period of exposure, in addition to individual susceptibility. Fitting these data with appropriate… (More)


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@article{Kumar1990ThresholdAR, title={Threshold altitude resulting in decompression sickness.}, author={Kasana Virendra Kumar and James M. Waligora and Dick S Calkins}, journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine}, year={1990}, volume={61 8}, pages={685-9} }