Thursday, April 14, 2005

Ten Foot Stop Newsletter, April 15, 2005

Table of Contents
Note from Scubadoc
Suggestions for Review of Fitness to Dive Guidelines: ENT
NEW DIVING SCIENCE TEXT

Hyperbaric Oxygenation
ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY FOR DECOMPRESSION ILLNESS (DCI):
Oxygen for Stroke Recovery: Pioneering Physician Shares His Findings
'Lifeline' for British MS patients to close.
Medline References, 2005

Mailbox Potpourri
Survey of Skin and Scuba Divers in the December 2004 Indonesian Tsunami
Vidocq Forensic Society
SeaSpace and DAN Co-host an Evening of Entertainment

Scuba Clinic Questions
Amputee (arm & leg) taking Neurontin and Elavil for pain
Angiotensin II receptor antagonist (Micardis)
DCI symptoms: What Do I Do?
DCI recurrence?
What are normal ears?
What kind of barotrauma is this?
Haematoma and diving - please help!
Ear blockage
Ear aches after dives
Problem with right ear !! please advice !
Nagging Cough
Valsalva maneuver
Diving with a Foley catheter
Nausea, vomiting and migraine immediately post dive

Questions of the Week
Diving During Pregnancy
Diving After 3rd Ventriculostomy

Interesting Links
X-ray Magazine - Free international diving news online magazine
Vertigo
Synthetic Blood
PERILYMPH FISTULA
"Spontaneous" perilymph fistula: a case report.
A lesson in humility - Cells that rule the seas
Careers in Scuba Diving
Elevation of Serum Creatine Kinase in Divers with Arterial Gas Embolization
UKSDMC Newsletter, May 2002
Isoproterenol accelerates decompression sickness and death after saturation dives in swine.
From Omar Sanchez, MD - Concomitant cerebral and coronary arterial gas emboli in a sport diver: a case report
1927 diving medicine questions on Scuba Board

Links to Meetings, Courses and Conferences
UHMS Medical Assessment for Fitness to Dive Courses
33rd South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society
EUBS Meeting 2005 Annual Meeting

Humor
Yet Another Blonde Experience
Southern Baptist minister
An elderly man in Alabama
an amazing family tradition
More Things to Ponder
Disability Check?
Bookstore
The Bully
Homer, a handsome dude


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