Intersting link. Now that such a thing is in actual clinical trials, we might be close enough to achieve liquid-breathing scuba divers.
Hmm, I think that another possible problem is that in a few thousand meters depth (hundreds of atmospheres) chemistry might work abit differently regarding your metabolism.Oligo said:I would imagine that if you filled your lungs and airspaces in your head with oxygenated LiquiVent before your depth diving attempt, you could then go down to any depth (limited only by your hypoxia toleance) without any compression of your chest and without the need for any equalization maneuvers. The only problem would be to cough it all out after your dive. :yack