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Original articles
Spruijt NE, Hoekstra LT, Wilmink J, Hoogbergen MH. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment for mastectomy flap ischaemia: A case series of 50 breasts. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):2–9. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.2-9. PMID: 33761535 This article is immediate release.
Talas DÜ, Beger O, Çömelekoğlu Ü, Çakır S, Taghipour P, Vayisoğlu Y. An insight to tympanic membrane perforation pressure through morphometry: A cadaver study. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):10–17. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.10-17. PMID: 33761536.
Komdeur P, Wingelaar TT, van Hulst RA. A survey on the health status of Dutch scuba diving instructors. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):18–24. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.18-24. PMID: 33761537.
Lippmann J, Lawrence C, Davis M. Snorkelling and breath-hold diving fatalities in New Zealand, 2007 to 2016. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):25–33. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.25-33. PMID: 33761538.
Hedetoft M, Bennett MH, Hyldegaard O. Adjunctive hyperbaric oxygen treatment for necrotising soft-tissue infections: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):34–43. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.34-43. PMID: 33761539This article is immediate release.
Lindfors OH, Räisänen-Sokolowski AK, Suvilehto J, Sinkkonen ST. Middle ear barotraumas in diving. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):44–52. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.44-52. PMID: 33761540.
Lippmann J. Fatalities involving divers using surface-supplied breathing apparatus in Australia, 1965 to 2019. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):53–62. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.53-62. PMID: 33761541.
Edvinsson B, Thilén U, Nielsen NE, Christersson C, Dellborg M, Eriksson P, Hlebowicz J. Does patent foramen ovale closure reduce the risk of recurrent decompression sickness in scuba divers? Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):63–67. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.63-67. PMID: 33761542.
Sherlock S, Kelly S, Bennett MH. Hyperbaric oxygen for sudden hearing loss: Influence of international guidelines on practice in Australia and New Zealand. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):68–71. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.68-71. PMID: 33761543.
MacInnes L, Baines C, Bishop A, Ford K. Patient knowledge and experience of hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):72–77. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.72-77. PMID: 33761544.
Short communication
Lim ML, Kim SJ, Tan MK, Lim KH, See HG. Provision of emergency hyperbaric oxygen treatment for a patient during the COVID-19 pandemic. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):78–81. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.78-81. PMID: 33761545.
Case reports
Ata N, Karaca E. Investigation of a cluster of decompression sickness cases following a high-altitude chamber flight. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):82–85. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.82-85. PMID: 33761546.
Valente Aguiar P, Carvalho B, Monteiro P, Linhares P, Camacho Ó, Vaz R. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment: Results in seven patients with refractory central nervous system infections. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):86–93. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.86-93. PMID: 33761547.
Kulkarni AC. Saturation diver fatality due to hydrogen sulphide while working on a subsea pipe line. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):94–97. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.94-97. PMID: 33761548.
Azzopardi CP, Magri K, Borg A, Schembri J, Sammut J. Echocardiography – techniques and pitfalls whilst diagnosing persistent (patent) foramen ovale as a risk factor in divers with a history of decompression sickness. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):98–102. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.98-102. PMID: 33761549.
Kot J, Lenkiewicz E, Lizak E, Góralczyk P, Chreptowicz U. Spinal cord decompression sickness in an inside attendant after a standard hyperbaric oxygen treatment session. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):103–106. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.103-106. PMID: 33761550.
Hájek M, Chmelař D, Tlapák J, Novomeský F, Rybárová V, Klugar M. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment in recurrent development of complex regional pain syndrome: A case report. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):107–110. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.107-110. PMID: 33761551.
Brampton W, Sayer MDJ. Decompression sickness after a highly conservative dive in a diver with known persistent foramen ovale: Case report. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):111–115. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.111-115. PMID: 33761552.
Sanzi M, Aiolfi A, Marin JN, Darawsh AEH, Bona D. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment for late low colorectal anastomosis ischaemia: Case report. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):116–118. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.116-118. PMID: 33761553.
Price SM, Price WD, Johnston MJ. Pneumomediastinum and the use of hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):119–123. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.119-123. PMID: 33761554.
Letters to the Editor
Covington D, Giordano C. Commentary on “Fatal air embolism in a breath-hold diver” and the implied dangers of technical freediving. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March 31;51(1):124. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.124. PMID: 33761555.
Davis FM. Acute central nervous system oxygen toxicity at normobaric pressure. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2021 March  31;51(1):125. doi: 10.28920/dhm51.1.125. PMID: 33761556.

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