Fowler, B.

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PMID: 8180568
Comments on "The contribution of neurophysiologic techniques to the investigation of diving-related illness". [comment] 1994

PMID: 7742709
Dissociation of the behavioral and subjective components of nitrogen narcosis and diver adaptation

We investigated adaptation to nitrogen narcosis by compressing 11 highly experienced divers in a...


PMID: 857359
Does the evoked response measure inert gas narcosis?

The purpose of this review is to examine the validity of change in the cortical evoked response...


PMID: 3775969
Effects of ethanol and amphetamine on inert gas narcosis in humans

The effects of ethyl alcohol (1 ml/kg body weight), dextroamphetamine (15 mg), and nitrous oxide...


PMID: 4082343
Effects of inert gas narcosis on behavior--a critical review

The effects of inert gas narcosis on behavior before unconsciousness are reviewed with...


PMID: 3686741
Effects of inert gas narcosis on rehearsal strategy in a learning task

Two experiments were conducted to examine the effects of 35% nitrous oxide (N2O) on rehearsal...


PMID: 3775970
Effects of inert gas narcosis on the vestibular ocular reflex

A study was conducted to examine the vestibular ocular reflex (VOR) during narcosis. The slow...


PMID: 7385446
Narcotic effects of nitrous oxide and compressed air on memory and auditory perception

Three experiments were conducted to examine the effects of 35% N2 O (nitrous oxide) on human...


PMID: 2734965
Nitrogen narcosis and ethyl alcohol increase the gain of the vestibular ocular reflex

The effects of air, helium-oxygen (6.4 ATA), and ethyl alcohol (40% by volume at a dose of 1.5...


PMID: 8471960
Relationship between the event-related brain potential P300 and inert gas narcosis

It is known that inert gas narcosis slows both reaction time (RT) and the event-related brain...

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