Azimuddin K, Porter J: Survival after cardiac arrest from documented venous air embolism. J Trauma 44:398, 1998.
Ball R: Effect of severity, time to recompression with oxygen, and re-treatment on outcome in forty-nine cases of spinal cord decompression sickness. Undersea Hyperb Med 20:133, 1993. Bitterman H, Melamed Y: Delayed hyperbaric treatment of cerebral air embolism. Isr J Med Sci 29:22, 1993.
Boussuges A, Carturan D, Ambrosi P, et al: Decompression induced venous gas emboli in sport diving: Detection with 2D echocardiography and pulses Doppler. Int J Sports Med 19:7, 1998.
Hardy KR: Diving-related emergencies. Emerg Med Clin North Am 15:223, 1997.
Madsen J, Hink J, Hyldegaard O: Diving physiology and pathophysiology. Clin Physiol 14:597, 1994.
Maoloff AL: Delayed onset of arterial gas embolism. Aviat Space Environ Med 64:1040, 1993.
Neuman TS, Jacoby I, Bove AA: Fatal pulmonary barotrauma due to obstruction of the central circulation with air. J Emerg Med 16:413, 1998.
Reuter M, Tetzlaff K, Warninghoff V, et al: Computed tomography of the chest in diving-related pulmonary barotrauma. Br J Radiol 70:440, 1997.
Smith RM, Neuman TS: Elevation of serum creatine kinase in divers with arterial gas embolism. N Engl J Med 330:19, 1994.
Smith RM, Van Hoesen KB, Neuman TS: Arterial gas embolism and hemoconcentration. J Emerg Med 12:147, 1994.
Tetzlaff K, Reuter M, Leplow B, et al: Risk factors for pulmonary barotrauma in divers. Chest 112:654, 1997.
Tibbles PM, Edelsberg JS: Hyperbaric-oxygen therapy. N Engl J Med 334:1642, 1996.
Tomassoni AJ: Cardiac problems associated with dysbarism. Cardiol Clin 13:266, 1995.
Was this article helpful?
Trying To Lose Weight Can Be Tough. But... Not Losing Weight and Gaining What You Lost Back, Sucks. If you've ever felt that no matter what you do to lose weight nothing seems to work. If you've ever felt that there has got to be some kind of a system or way to lose weight...but just have not found it yet.