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decompression chamber in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdecompression chamberˌdecomˈpression ˌchamber noun [countable]  TTWa special room where people go after they have been deep under the sea, so that their bodies can slowly return to normal air pressure
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decompression chamberOnce the inner door is closed and sealed, the bell is recovered to the surface and locked on to a decompression chamber.This surface interval between leaving the bell and entering the decompression chamber, became a point of contention within the medical profession.As with the basket, divers are recovered from the water to the surface, where they transfer to the decompression chamber.