Recompression Treatments When Chamber Is Available2111

21-5.1 Symptoms During Decompression and Surface Decompression

(Recompression Chamber Available) 21-11

21-5.1.1 Treatment During Surface-Supplied HEO2 and MK 16 Operations.. . .21-11

21-5.1.2 Treatment of Symptoms During Sur-D Surface Interval 21-11

21-5.1.3 Treating for Exceeded Sur-D Surface Interval 21-12

21-5.2 Recompression Treatments When Oxygen Is Not Available 21-12

21-5.2.1 Descent/Ascent Rates for Air Treatment Tables 21-12

21-5.3 Treatment at Altitude 21-12

21-5.4 Recompression Treatments When Oxygen Is Available 21-12

21-5.4.1 Treatment Table 5 21-12

21-5.4.2 Treatment Table 6 21-13

21-5.4.3 Treatment Table 6A 21-14

21-5.4.4 Treatment Table 4 21-14

21-5.4.5 Treatment Table 7 21-15

21-5.4.6 Treatment Table 8 21-17

21-5.4.7 Treatment Table 9 21-18

21-5.5 Tending the Patient 21-18

21-5.5.1 DMO or DMT Inside Tender 21-18

21-5.5.2a Non-Diver Inside Tender - Medical 21-18

21-5.5.2b Emergency Management 21-18

21-5.5.3 Patient Positioning 21-19

21-5.5.4 Equalizing During Descent 21-19

21-5.5.5 Inside Tender Responsibilities 21-19

21-5.5.6 Oxygen Breathing and Toxicity During Treatments 21-19

21-5.5.7 Ancillary Care and Adjunctive Treatments 21-20

21-5.5.8 Sleeping and Eating 21-21

21-5.6 Recompression Chamber Life-Support Considerations 21-21

21-5.6.1 Minimum Manning Requirements 21-22

21-5.6.2 Optimum Manning Requirements 21-22

21-5.6.3 Oxygen Control 21-22

21-5.6.4 Carbon Dioxide Control 21-23

21-5.6.5 Temperature Control 21-23

21-5.6.6 Chamber Ventilation 21-24

21-5.6.7 Access to Chamber Occupants 21-25

21-5.6.8 Inside Tenders 21-25

21-5.7 Loss of Oxygen During Treatment 21-26

21-5.7.1 Compensation 21-26

21-5.7.2 Switching to Air Treatment Table 21-26

21-5.8 Use of High-Oxygen Mixes 21-26

21-5.9 Treatment at Altitude - Tender Considerations 21-27

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