divers and some jet pilots risk their lives if they experience a
decrease in pressure. As
pressure decreases, gases bubble out of the blood, just like
dioxide in pop when you
open the cap. Most gases are easily reabsorbed by the
body, but nitrogen
stays in bubbles,
blocking blood vessels and gathering in joints.
Excruciating pain, bubbles
under the skin,
drunk-like behaviour, and paralysis are symptoms
of this deadly condition. MORE!
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