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Vascular Microbubbles Sensor

Discussion in 'Ask Dr. Decompression' started by Ghattas, Oct 11, 2019.

  1. Ghattas

    Ghattas Angel Fish

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  2. Pozz

    Pozz Solo Diver

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    the idea is fascinating, but the price is very steep for an unproven software (ultrasonic dopplers can be found for less than 50$)
    self evaluation of venous bubbles after diving has come up on this board a few times already but I am not aware if there is any scientific consensus on its usefulness
     
  3. Caveeagle

    Caveeagle Rebreather Pilot

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    Haven’t tried it personally, but have been following it with interest. Doppler technology has been around for a while and was used in the late 80s-early90s to perfect custom dive tables during the early Eagles Nest exploration. Probably more than that that I am unaware of...
     

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