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Ice Diving in Your Underwear and New Shipwrecks Discovered #scuba#podcast

Ice Diving in Your Underwear and New Shipwrecks Discovered #scuba#podcast
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Joseph dracula
Joseph dracula
8 months ago

Enjoyed your podcast 👍😎🇵🇭🤿

Lenny Zimmermann
Lenny Zimmermann
8 months ago

The temperature effects on DCS story has had me wondering more and more, especially considering the rise in health metric monitoring in the smartwatch sector, if we will potentially see more dive computer manufacturers begin to include those functions more often in their systems. Rave reviews for Shearwater computers abound, but none of those take into account those kinds of human metrics to help better determine gas usage and physiological measurements on improving safety margins, it doesn’t seem to me. I can see an argument against projecting air time left based on current consumption (but I would rather know it while also not strictly relying on it as a method just to extend my bottom time, mind you). Even so we seem to be learning so much more all the time about how things like body surface temperature, heart rate, heart rate variability, SPO2 levels, skin conductivity (a potential measure for stress), all things measurable by non-invasive means and all things potentially usable in a medical emergency as well, effect us, effect our chances of DCS, as you note in that story, and how we dive that I can’t help but wonder why those are not integrated into a LOT more dive computers. Considering the rather high costs for the pretty specialized purpose dive computers serve (a cost I can’t help but think has everything to do with waterproofing them, because they sure cost a LOT more while doing a LOT less than even a cheap smartphone can do) I would think the more useful metrics we put into and get out of them, the better. Even if you might not, as a diver, use all that on the dive a post-dive analysis of those things could still be quite useful, I would think. Or maybe I’m too much of a data geek and no real diver cares about that stuff :D

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