Medical Aspects Of Closedcircuit Oxygen Diving181

18-2.1 Oxygen Toxicity 18-2

18-2.1.1 Off-Effect 18-2

18-2.1.2 Pulmonary Oxygen Toxicity 18-2

18-2.1.3 Symptoms of CNS Oxygen Toxicity 18-2

18-2.1.4 Causes of CNS Oxygen Toxicity 18-3

18-2.1.5 Treatment of Nonconvulsive Symptoms 18-4

18-2.1.6 Treatment of Underwater Convulsion 18-4

18-2.2 Oxygen Deficiency (Hypoxia) 18-4

18-2.2.1 Causes of Hypoxia with the MK 25 UBA 18-5

18-2.2.2 Underwater Purge 18-5

18-2.2.3 MK 25 UBA Purge Procedure 18-5

18-2.2.4 Symptoms of Hypoxia 18-5

18-2.2.5 Treatment of Hypoxia 18-6

18-2.3 Carbon Dioxide Toxicity (Hypercapnia) 18-6

18-2.3.1 Symptoms of Hypercapnia 18-6

18-2.3.2 Treating Hypercapnia 18-6

18-2.3.3 Avoiding Hypercapnia 18-7

18-2.4 Chemical Injury 18-7

18-2.4.1 Causes of Chemical Injury 18-7

18-2.4.2 Symptoms of Chemical Injury 18-7

18-2.4.3 Management of a Chemical Incident 18-8

18-2.5 Middle Ear Oxygen Absorption Syndrome 18-8

18-2.5.1 Symptoms of Middle Ear Oxygen Absorption Syndrome 18-8

18-2.5.2 Treating Middle Ear Oxygen Absorption Syndrome 18-9

18-3.1 Gas Flow Path 18-9

18-3.1.1 Breathing Loop 18-10

18-3.2 Operational Duration of the MK 25 UBA 18-11

18-3.2.1 Oxygen Supply 18-11

18-3.2.2 Canister Duration 18-11

18-3.3 Packing Precautions 18-12

18-3.4 Preventing Caustic Solutions in the Canister 18-12

18-3.5 References 18-12

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