Decompression

decompression chamber to treat decompression sickness and diving creeps
15.03.2017 by Ina Medick

Diving Creeps have nothing to do with feelings of fear or insects. This refers to the symptoms of the so-called Caisson disease. You can get it if you ...

flying and diving
09.03.2017 by Ina Medick

The term residual nitrogen designates the nitrogen which can still be released into your body tissue even many hours after a dive. The procedure is also known as ...

safety stop
03.03.2017 by Ina Medick

Micro Bubbles are tiny gas bubbles in a liquid or a solid matter. When diving, these are significant in two ways, namely on one hand for decompression and ...

22.02.2017 by Ina Medick

Depending on the ambient pressure, gases are released to a different degree from the breathing air into the human body. The proportion of these gases in the body ...

decompression table
16.02.2017 by Felix Wiesel

A dive table helps you to insert the correct decompression stops while diving. When diving at great depths you have to adhere to these, in order to get your ...

15.02.2017 by Felix Wiesel

Decompression (in diving also colloquially called: “deco”) in physics designates the enlargement of the volume of a body by the reduction of the ambient pressure. In short: When ...