Long Term Neurological Consequences of Deep Diving, edited by Shields, Minsaas, Elliott, McCallum

Long Term Neurological Consequences of Deep Diving
Edited by  Dr T G Shields, Dr B Minsaas, Prof D H Elliott, Prof R I McCallum

A workshop organised by The European Undersea Biomedical society, The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.

Hardback. Dark blue faux leather cover with gilt lettering. Excellent condition.
Front endpaper inscribed, ‘Lieutenant Commander Th. Trowson MBE, RNR. 1985’

Contents:
Deep Diving: A controversial medical problem
Clinical neurological problems in deep mandives at NUTEC
reversible and possible irreversible CNS changes of deep diving. A discussion of some empirical studies
Neurological consequences of deep diving – Some case studies
Possibility of residual effects from saturation dives deeper than 300 metres
US Navy experience from deep diving
Recent British simulated deep diving experience
French experience in deep diving
Pathological findings in the central nervous system after decompression sicknessVarious approaches to neuropsychological evaluations of WEHH deep divers

190 pages
A few tables and graph
152 mm x 215 mm (6 in x 8.5 in)
1983, EUBS and NPD

£20.00

1 in stock

Additional information

Weight .75 kg
Dimensions 28 × 18 × 2 cm