The existence of a general influence of exercise on the incidence of decompression sickness (DCS) has been known for more than a half-century. However, quantification of the effect has not been done for several reasons, including isolation of exercise as the only variable. The DCS database at Brooks City-Base, TX, contains detailed physiologic information on over 3000 altitude exposures. The purpose of this study was to measure Vo2 during the activities performed during those exposures to retrospectively determine if Vo2, a quantifiable index of exercise intensity, was related to the level of reported DCS.
Pregnancy-induced rhinitis (PIR) is often misclassified and under-diagnosed. There is currently no cure or opti- mum symptomatic treatment.
To summarize current knowledge of PIR and assess evidence supporting treatment options.
Structured literature se...
We apply RGB-D SLAM and
Descriptor matching methodologies for the 3D modelling, locali-zation and fully
Automated annotation of ROIs (regions of interest) within the acquired 3D
Model. This innovative methodology will open new avenues for attention studies
In real world environments, bringing new po...
Our analysis showed that using a data-driven approach to guide treatment decisions for children with GHD or TS is estimated to result in efficiencies in the amount of GH used, without reducing the average growth in the population....
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