decompression table

decompression table

[dē·kəm′presh·ən ‚tā·bəl]
(engineering)
A diving guide that lists ascent rates and breathing mixtures to provide safe pressure reduction to atmospheric pressure after a dive.
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The business has a decompression table, Inversion table, and an X-Ray room.
The SpineMED decompression table is able to isolate and rehydrate debilitated spinal discs offering long-term relief without the use of narcotics, physical therapy or surgery.
This patent-pending system provides a number of improvements to patient comfort, patient suitability, and clinical efficiency that cannot be found on any other decompression table.
They have a spine MED decompression table for treatment.
While there is no way to account completely for loitering whales, planning for the unexpected should have prompted the diver to take along a written set of the decompression tables.
If decompression was missed for this dive, someone should have caught it immediately afterward by comparing the depth and time of the dive with "standard air" decompression tables.
Navy's decompression tables, which spell out the maximum rate at which divers should ascend from deep dives.