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van Ooij PJAM. Decompression sickness, fatness and active hydrophobic spots. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2018  September;48(3):130−131. doi: 10.28920/dhm48.3.130-131. PMID: 30199886. PMCID: PMC6205853.
Original articles
Hugon J, Metelkina A, Barbaud A, Nishi R, Bouak F, Blatteau J-E, Gempp E. Reliability of venous gas embolism detection in the subclavian area for decompression stress assessment following scuba diving. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2018 September;48(3):132−140. doi: 10.28920/dhm48.3.132-140. PMID: 30199887.  PMCID: PMC6205931.
Lippmann J, Lawrence CL, Fock A, Jamieson S. Provisional report on diving-related fatalities in Australian waters 2012. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2018 September;48(3):141–167. doi: 10.28920/dhm48.3.141-167. PMID: 30199888.  PMCID: PMC6205854.
Shafigh E, Fekrazad R, Beglou A. Impact of various pressures on fracture resistance and microleakage of amalgam and composite restorations. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2018 September;48(3):168–172. doi: 10.28920/dhm48.3.168-172. PMID: 30199889. PMCID: PMC6205866.
Brouwer RJ, Engberts AC, Borger van der Burg BLS, van Dongen TTCF, van Hulst RA, Hoencamp R. Meta-analysis on the effect of hyperbaric oxygen as adjunctive therapy in the outcome of anastomotic healing of experimental colorectal resections in rats. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2018 September;48:173–185. doi: 10.28920/dhm48.3.173-185. PMID: 30199890. PMCID: PMC6205857.
Review article
Rozycki SW, Brown MJ, Camacho M. Inner ear barotrauma in divers: an evidence-based tool for evaluation and treatment. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2018 September;48(3):186–193. doi: 10.28920/dhm48.3.186-193. PMID: 30199891. PMCID: PMC6205852.
Case report
Pateria P, Chong A. A recurrent, ischaemic ileocolonic anastomosis ulcer refractory to surgery treated with hyperbaric oxygen. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2018 September;48(3):194−196. doi: 10.28920/dhm48.3.194-196. PMID: 30199892. PMCID: PMC6205864.
Letter to the Editor
Arieli R. Fatty diet, active hydrophobic spots, and decompression sickness. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 2018 September;48(3):197. doi: 10.28920/dhm48.3.197. PMID: 30199893. PMCID: PMC6205865.

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