Category Archives: Aerospace

Diving Physics, The Training & Operations Manual, FIFO Services and … Pantomime?

So we’ve been a little quiet on the writing front lately owing to seasonal commitments in the community. Many who know us know that we have a solid track record of community involvement, especially around Christmas and the holidays when it’s pantomime time. This year is no different and the work involved can be significant. It promises to be a

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Altitude, The Hyperoxic Hypoxia Paradox, and The Common Sense Paradox

You may ask what altitude has to do with HBOT. The answer is simple enough, the same physics apply to altitude considerations as they do to increasing pressure considerations. Note: Hyper-baric is the increase of ambient pressure and hypo-baric is the opposite, the reduction of ambient pressure. The physics for altitude related physiological changes and processes is universally accepted. It

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Space Tech and Hyperbaric Tech: Technological Cousins

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first steps taken on the moon by some phenomenal human beings, below is an excerpt from our overview. Hyperbaric chambers and space technology are, in almost every way the same technologies. Sealed environments with controllable and manageable environmental conditions common to both. In fact, as mentioned here, space craft and other vessels are

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