Given this pressure has been measured and mathematically calculated, no.
Simply put, discovered life at this depth has simply and genetically adapted to the pressures.
Standard, for every 33 foot of depth, the pressure increases 14.5 PSI (1 atmosphere)
Water density doesn't change, meaning you go to a depth of 33 feet below the surface there is 29 PSI of pressure equally distributed on your body. Don't forget the 14.5 PSI that you have at sea level surface.
Nominal depth you are talking is 36,070 feet. That equates to 1094 atmospheres or 15,849 PSI.
True, this is AKA Challenger deep.
Trivia: Sperm whales routinely go to 7000 foot depth feeding on giant squid, their bodies adapted to the changes between such depth and sea level. That could simply crush a human.
>>the notion of liquid breathing as in the movie 'Abyss' is very real, however depth record is just 2000 foot, also used in extremely premature born babies.