TEAR FILM BUBBLE FORMATION FOLLOWING DECOMPRESSION

Title TEAR FILM BUBBLE FORMATION FOLLOWING DECOMPRESSION
Author, Co-Author R.A. Strath, G.I. Morariu, I.B. Mekjavic
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Year
1992
Day
Saturday
Program Number
Poster 11
Room
Great Hall
Affiliation
Abstract Decompression disorders can occur following a reduction in environmental pressure due to dissolved gases forming bubbles in affected tissues. The objective of this study was to evaluate the utility of tear film bubble formation as an indicator of decompression. Eleven subjects were exposed to a simulated dive in a hyperbaric chamber to 100 feet sea water for 15 minutes. Tear film bubble formation was observed after 4 s of eye closure. There was a significant (pMARKET EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN OPTOMETRIC THERAPEUTIC AUTHORITY
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