These papers are more general reviews of the topics listed and have been selected based on searches of the Rubicon Research Repository (RRR) and questions found in online forums. They are meant to serve as a starting point for anyone interested in the contents of our collection. This is by NO means an exhaustive search or list of categories. We will continue to build on this resource as we have time so please check back with us.
Walsh (ed). (1979) Interaction of Drugs in the Hyperbaric Environment. RRR: 4252
Taylor, S; Taylor, DMcD; O’Toole, KS; Ryan, CM. (2002) Medications taken daily and prior to diving by experienced scuba divers. Journal of the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society. 32(3) RRR: 7684
Taylor, DMcD; O’Toole, KS; Auble, TE; Ryan, CM; Sherman, DR. (2001) The psychometric and cardiac effects on pseudoephedrine and antihistamines in the hyperbaric environment. Journal of the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society. 31(1) RRR: 7711
Walsh and Burch. (1977) The behavioral toxicity of Sudafed, Benadryl, and Dramamine under hyperbaric air. RRR ID: 4117 Note: This is an abstract, there is no article available. More available at RRR:4252
Schwartz and Curley. (1986) Transdermal Scopolamine in the Hyperbaric Environment. RRR ID: 3528
Bitterman et. al. (1991) Hyperbaric oxygen and scopolamine. RRR ID: 2573
Williams et. al. (1988) Effects of transcutaneous scopolamine and depth on diver performance. RRR ID: 2495
Arieli et. al. (1999) Effect of the anti-motion-sickness medication cinnarizine on central nervous system oxygen toxicity. RRR ID: 2307
Fowler, Hamilton, and Porlier. (1986) Effects of ethanol and amphetamine on inert gas narcosis in humans. Undersea Biomed Res. Sep;13(3):345-54. RRR ID: 3050
Walsh and Burch. (1978) Behavioral effects of the interaction of marijuana and increasing partial pressures of N2 and O2. RRR ID: 4320 Note: this is an abstract so NO paper available.
Walsh and Burch. (1977) Reduction of the Behavioral Effects of delta(9)-Tetrahydrocannabinol by Hyperbaric Pressure. (editor note: Cannabis) NMRI report ADA046749 published as: Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, v7 p111-116. RRR ID: 4226
Rencricca and Coleman. (1979) Modulation of Oxygen Toxicity by Select Anti-Melanogenic Compounds. RRR ID: 3278 Note: Drugs tested include Disulfiram, D-Penicillamine, 2-Thiouracil, Isoascorbic Acid, Glutathione, Ascorbic Acid.
Nicholson and Aksenov. (2002) Review of literature evaluating the interactions of drugs and high concentrations of oxygen. RRR ID: 1086 Note: this is an abstract so NO paper available.