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    Email: ku. Abstract Cold water submersion can induce a high incidence of cardiac arrhythmias in healthy volunteers. The former involves the activation of a sympathetically driven tachycardia while the latter promotes a parasympathetically mediated bradycardia. In this review, we consider the evidence supporting this claim and also hypothesise that other environmental triggers may induce autonomic conflict and this may be more widely responsible for sudden death in individuals with other predisposing conditions. He was educated at the Universities of Keele and London, and then joined the University of Surrey in He has published over papers, reviews, reports, chapters and books in the field of extreme environmental physiology. A final year project on the effects of potassium on the frog heart, however, sparked his interest in cardiac physiology and, as they say, the rest is history! His interest in marine and diving physiology has recently been rekindled by both undergraduate teaching and collaborative projects. He has published over papers, abstracts and reviews. Introduction: do all drowning victims drown? In most countries of the world, immersion represents the second most common cause of accidental death in children and the third in adults Bierens et al. Internationally, there are about half a million immersion-related deaths each year; about of these occur in the UK where, on average, we lose about one child a week. Early summer is the most dangerous time of the year in the Northern Hemisphere for immersion deaths, with air temperatures rising in advance of water temperatures.

    However, Kollai and Koizumi also reported numerous instances in which simultaneous co-activation of the autonomic inputs to the heart can be evoked. These triggers, reviewed by Paton et al. Paton et al.

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    This activates two powerful autonomic responses: i the cold shock response, and ii the diving response. The cold shock response is a pattern of reflexes driven by cutaneous cold thermoreceptors, and characterised by sympathetically mediated tachycardia, a respiratory gasp, uncontrollable hyperventilation, peripheral vasoconstriction and hypertension Tipton, b.

    The diving response features a profound sinus bradycardia driven by excitation of cardiac vagal motoneurones: an expiratory apnoea assisted by reflex inhibition of the central respiratory neurones and excitation of the sympathetic vasoconstrictor neurones producing vasoconstriction mainly in the trunk and limbs.

    As such, the primary function of the diving response is to conserve oxygen and extend underwater time. The appearance of the primary cardiovascular responses is dependent on there being no concomitant increase in activity of the lung stretch receptors; activation of these receptors can evoke secondary tachycardia and vasodilatation.

    The apnoea also leads to arterial hypoxaemia and hypercapnia and thus, after a delay, to the stimulation of the peripheral arterial chemoreceptors which reinforce the more immediate cardiovascular effects.

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    The response occurs in all marine and terrestrial vertebrates thus far examined, including man. It appears to be initiated partly consciously and partly by a reflex evoked by the cooling of the cold receptors of the face innervated by the ophthalmic and maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve.

    Cold facial immersion activates a classic diving response via the trigeminal innervation of the face while breath holding activates stretch receptors in the lung Paulev, Mechanical factors suggested to contribute to the bradycardia include the cephalic redistribution of blood volume associated with immersion and changes in transmural and thoracic pressures with the release of breath holding on surfacing Risch et al.

    While humans exhibit diving bradycardia and vasoconstriction on breath hold immersion, it is attenuated and slower to develop compared with that seen in diving mammals Lin, Perhaps revealingly, arrhythmias are rarely observed in diving animals that, while possessing a strong diving response, may lack a significant cold shock response.

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