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(International maritime health[TA])
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  • Female professional divers. Similarities and differences between male and female professional divers. [Journal Article]
  • IMInt Marit Health 2017; 68(1):60-67
  • Irgens Å, Troland K, Grønning M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The fully certified, female professional divers in our study had a very short diving career, reported fewer and shallower dives, and chose less physically demanding jobs than their male counterparts. They also had a higher level of education, reported less health problems and a better quality of life. The health effects seem to be related to the type of work rather than to gender.
  • Diving under the influence: issues in researching personality and inert gas narcosis. [Journal Article]
  • IMInt Marit Health 2017; 68(1):52-59
  • Van Wijk CH, Martin JH, Meintjes WA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The main finding was the absence of any significant correlations between measures of personality traits and mood, and susceptibility to inert gas narcosis. Although the study found no evidence of any major relationship, it is presented as a case study to highlight some of the issues and pitfalls involved in such research. The lessons learned - including the careful defining and describing of concepts, and choosing of samples and measurements - are used to discuss some of the methodological and conceptual issues and future directions for researchers to consider.
  • Safety of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in mechanically ventilated patients. [Journal Article]
  • IMInt Marit Health 2017; 68(1):46-51
  • Bessereau J, Aboab J, … Annane D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Carbon monoxide poisoning and iatrogenic gas embolism are the two main diseases of the patients who required mechanical ventilation during hyperbaric oxygen therapy in this study. Mechanical ventilation is a safe method for patients during hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Sedation needs to be perfected to avoid patient-ventilator asynchrony.
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