B

Bacon, Roger 1-3

Barotrauma body squeeze 3-25

conditions leading to 3-21

external ear squeeze 3-24, 3-25

face squeeze 3-25

general symptoms of 3-21

inner ear 3-26

intestine 3-26

middle ear squeeze 3-21

reverse middle ear squeeze 3-25

reverse sinus squeeze 3-26

round or oval window rupture 3-27, 3-28

sinus squeeze 3-23

stomach 3-26

thoracic squeeze 3-25

tooth squeeze 3-24

Bends origin of name 1-6

Blood corpuscles 3-3

hemoglobin 3-3

platelets 3-5

white blood cells 3-5

Body squeeze 3-25

Boyle's law 2-17

Breathhold diving hazards of 3-19

restrictions 3-19

Breathing bags diving with 1-3

Breathing gas compressed air purity standards 4-4

helium purity standards 4-5

nitrogen purity standards 4-5

oxygen purity standards 4-4

procured from commercial source purity standards 4-4

Breathing resistance causes of 3-17

static lung load 3-17

Breathing tubes diving with 1-2

Browne, Jack 1-18

Buoyancy

Archimedes' Principle 2-13

changing 2-14

water density 2-13

Caisson 1-5

caisson disease 1-6

Capillaries 3-2

Carbon dioxide production of 3-11

properties of 2-16

toxicity 3-15

Carbon monoxide poisoning 3-18

preventing 3-19

symptoms of 3-18

treating 3-19

properties of 2-16

Central nervous system 3-1

effects of decompression sickness on 3-44

high pressure nervous syndrome 3-45

Charles'/Gay-Lussac's law 2-19

Circulatory system anatomy of 3-2

function of 3-2

heart 3-2

pulmonary circuit 3-2

systemic circuit 3-2

Closed-circuit scuba history of 1-10

CNS oxygen toxicity causes of 3-36

convulsions 3-36

symptoms of 3-36

Coastal Systems Station fax number 4-9

Cochlea 3-26

Color visibility 2-6

Combat swimming

World War II 1-13

Command Smooth Diving Log 5-2

minimum data items 5-2, 5-9

Compressed air purity standards 4-4

Compression pains 3-45

symptoms of 3-45

Compressors air filtration system 4-10

certification 4-10

lubrication 4-10

specifications 4-11

Conshelf One 1-22

Conshelf Two 1-22

Convulsions clonic phase 3-37

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