Definition of hyperbaric chamber

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hyperbaric chamber

'hyperbaric chamber' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) A chamber used to induce an increase in ambient pressure as would occur in descending below sea level, in a water or air environment. It is the only type of chamber suitable for use in the treatment of decompression sickness in flying or diving. Also called compression chamber; diving chamber; recompression chamber'.

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