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Updates in diving medicine: evidence published in 2017-2018
Brian M. Keuski, LCDR MC, United States Navy
Duke Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Environmental Physiology,
Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North
Eﬀect of rehydration schedule after four-hour head-out water immersion on running performance and recovery
Hayden W. Hess, MS 1; Zachary J. Schlader, PhD 1; Lindsey N. Russo, MS 1; Rebeccah
L. Stansbery 1; Mary G. Carey, RN, PhD 2; Brian M. Clemency, MD 1,3; David R. Pendergast, EdD 1; David Hostler, PhD 1,3
1 Center for Research and Education in Special Environments,
Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, University at Buﬀalo, Buﬀalo, New York, U.S.
2 University of Rochester, School of Nursing, Rochester, New York U.S.
3 Department of Emergency Medicine, Jacobs School of Medicine
and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buﬀalo, Buﬀalo, New York U.S.
- To understand current state of literature in regards to swimming induced pulmonary edema.
- To understand current recommendations for the prehospital management of decompression illness.
- To understand the mechanisms of hypercapnia in diving.
- To examine the effects of hourly replacement of fluid loss during immersion and post-immersion rehydration on post-immersion aerobic performance.
- To understand the effects of four hours thermoneutral head-out water immersion (HOWI) on cardiovascular stability and overnight recovery.
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