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Handbook on Hyperbaric Medicine pp Cite as. This phenomenon is called barotrauma. Two main conditions must be present for barotrauma to occur: 1 a change in ambient pressure; and 2 transfer of pressure to a non- or partially collapsible gas-filled space. Gas expansion may tear tissue while gas volume reduction may cause vascular engorgement, mucosal swelling and haemorrhage. In particular this may affect the middle ear and sinuses; lung; intestines; teeth; eye, particularly when surrounded by an air space like a face mask; and other physiological or pathological gas spaces.

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Handbook on Hyperbaric Medicine pp Cite as. This phenomenon is called barotrauma. Two main conditions must be present for barotrauma to occur: 1 a change in ambient pressure; and 2 transfer of pressure to a non- or partially collapsible gas-filled space. Gas expansion may tear tissue while gas volume reduction may cause vascular engorgement, mucosal swelling and haemorrhage.

In particular this may affect the middle ear and sinuses; lung; intestines; teeth; eye, particularly when surrounded by an air space like a face mask; and other physiological or pathological gas spaces. An understanding of these effects and the exclusion of pathology that may introduce risk of disequilibration are best achieved through education and training of divers and the physicians examining them. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available.

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Barotraumatism

Barotrauma is an injury to soft tissues resulting from a pressure differential between an airspace in the body and the ambient pressure. The resultant expansion or contraction of that space can cause injury. The most common injury in divers is ear barotrauma Box On descent, failure to equalize pressure changes within the middle ear space creates a pressure gradient across the eardrum. As the middle ear tissues swell with edema—a consequence of the increased pressure—the pressure difference across the eardrum pushes it into the middle ear space causing it to bleed and possibly rupture.

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