recompression


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recompression

 [re″kom-presh´un]
return to normal environmental pressure after exposure to greatly diminished pressure.

recompression

/re·com·pres·sion/ (-kom-presh´un) return to normal environmental pressure after exposure to greatly diminished pressure.

Recompression

Restoring the elevated pressure of the diving environment to treat decompression sickness and gas embolism by decreasing bubble size.

recompression

return to normal environmental pressure after exposure to greatly diminished pressure.
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Depending on the total volumes transported through the pipeline, one or more gas recompression stations will be built between the Taisnieres station and the Swiss border.
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