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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The AVARA Vapor Recompression technology completes the overall water treatment process at the Warren facility, bringing the discharge water quality levels to regulatory compliance by meeting new discharge criteria in the state of Pennsylvania.
1 PL the two zones, recompression and virgin compression lines, were more distinctive; i.
The first is the Induced-Gas Flotation (IGF) technology that clarifies water by removing hydrocarbons and Total Suspended Solids (TSS) to below 10ppm followed by the AVARA Vapor Recompression System that removes chlorides and total dissolved solids (TDS) from the wastewater to below 300ppm.
Realizing that ambulances routinely transport to the nearest medical facility, this can result in delays beginning recompression treatment.
Also receiving attention from anglers these days are the recompression devices which incorporate jaws and a spring-release, to carry fish down to their original depth and atmospheric pressure.
The 11 units will be fitted to the Swedish Armed Forces' Recompression Chambers and will allow the flexibility to have oxygen and carbon dioxide analysers embedded within the SDA rack.
HMS Hurworth is equipped with the Sea Fox mine countermeasure system, and a diver recompression chamber.
Interestingly, recompression has forced investors to look at other markets that had previously been overlooked due to high levels of distress.
Drawing directly on the expertise of the author, a Diver Medical Technician Instructor of over 10 years' experience, and other professionals, Diver Medical Technician covers a brief review of anatomy, how to assess the patient, decompression and recompression, pressure injuries and illnesses, medical and marine injuries, soft tissue injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, cardiac emergencies, saturation diving issues, and much more.
His friend was rushed to a recompression chamber near Millport, on the isle of Cumbrae, where he was being treated last night.
For example, TMT is responsible for the Accelerated Vapor Recompression and Trilogy platforms now being deployed for oil and gas field wastewater reclamation by Purestream Technologies, Inc.
London also saw a rapid recompression of prime office investment yields from mid 2009 with a rise in transaction volumes driven strongly by the city's success in capturing a disproportionate share of global flows in search of prime real estate.