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Potential Safety Aid for Divers Exposed to High-Pressure Oxygen

Discussion in 'Marine Science and Physiology' started by Kensei, Jan 27, 2019.

  1. Kensei

    Kensei Nassau Grouper

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    I found this article pretty interesting. Nothing conclusive but I'll be following this research in the future. Although not mentioned in the article, University of South Florida has one of the top ketone researchers in the US with Dom D'Agostino... and he's also a very accomplished diver.

    KETOGENIC SUPPLEMENTS MAY DELAY OXYGEN TOXICITY - DIVE Magazine
     
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  2. Yellowdog

    Yellowdog Nassau Grouper

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  3. Duke Dive Medicine

    Duke Dive Medicine Medical Moderator Staff Member

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    There's another study going on that's looking at this more closely.

    Best regards,
    DDM
     

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