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the condition of being sick

a pathological condition of mind or body

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Allemann's boss, Bernhard Meier, was among the first researchers to link PFO to decompression illness.
Role of cardiorespiratory abnormalities, smoking in divers: characteristic in manifestations of decompression illness.
HBOT has been used for more than 40 years to help people recover from illnesses such as carbon monoxide poisoning, and decompression illness commonly referred to as "the bends.
Patients can be assured that hyperbaric treatment of serious infections, radiation injury and decompression illness will continue during the redevelopment.
The source said Lucero could have suffered a decompression illness or a cardiac arrest.
A recent review of diving practice indicates that there are approximately 7 million divers active worldwide, and about 500 000 training every year, (1) despite the fact that it is accompanied by a number of brain-related hazards including hypoxia, gas toxicity, bubble-related insults and decompression illness (DCI).
The emergencies that could arise can range from carbon monoxide poisoning to decompression illness and air embolism, to rapidly progressing infections such as necrotizing fasciitis.
The Hyperbaric Medicine Unit is based at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Scotland, and provides recompression treatment for decompression illness and hyperbaric oxygen therapy for carbon monoxide poisoning, osteoradionecrosis, and other wounds and infections.