Barometric pressure is the atmospheric pressure; the pressure inside the atmosphere of the Earth.
This reduces the higher the altitude is so is, therefore, a variable to the absolute pressure that must be considered when planning a dive.
Not proficient in ancient Greek? Don't stress. I've got this.
Pressure is Baro and injury is Trauma.
Break out your eRDPml and follow these steps.
Dive Planning - First Dive - Single Level.
Enter depth and Time - Enter Surface Interval - Recored Pressure Group.
The three general terms of heat transmission that PADI lists as affecting a diver are conduction, convection and radiation.
If you remember them in alphabetical order you have them in the most to least affective order too!