normobaric

nor·mo·bar·ic

(nōr'mō-bar'ik),
Denoting a barometric pressure equivalent to pressure at sea level.
[normo- + G. baros, weight]
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Limited Tenders are invited for Normobaric Hatchery
Warren Gatland's squad will face temperatures ranging from 42 degrees to minus 150 degrees, will sleep in normobaric hypoxic chambers and will train in surroundings ranging from the deserts of Qatar to the peaks of the Swiss Alps as part of their gruelling preparations.
A prospective, randomized clinical trial to compare the effect of hyperbaric to normobaric hyperoxia on cerebral metabolism, intracranial pressure, and oxygen toxicity in severe traumatic brain injury.
1] for 17 days (240 h) in normobaric hypoxia equivalent to an altitude of 3000m.
On the other hand, a limited duration (<24 hours) of sub-toxic regimens of normobaric hyperoxia has been shown to exert moderate beneficial effects on the systemic and pulmonary inflammatory response in the peritonitis-induced septic shock animal models (39,40).
Aspetar already boasts of impressive altitude training equipment, including a purpose-built normobaric hypoxic oxygen dormitory.
Participants will experience the effects of high altitude in a normobaric chamber used to teach pilots to recognize the symptoms of oxygen loss at high altitudes.
Most CO victims can be treated under normobaric conditions.
These enclosures create a normobaric environment with an equivalent altitude up to 30,000 feet, while completely removing the risks associated with a hypobaric environment such as sinus injuries and decompression sickness.
It was concluded that normobaric oxygen therapy is a safe and feasible mode of treatment in an acute stroke patient.
Normobaric hyperoxia induces ischemic tolerance and upregulation of glutamate transporters in the rat brain and serum TNF-[alpha] level.