Safe Limits: A International Dive Symposium.

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Title: Safe Limits: A International Dive Symposium.
Abstract: The SPUMS Journal is privileged to have permission from the organizers, and speakers, of the Safe Limits Symposium, held in Cairns on October 21st to 23rd 1995, to reprint the contents of the symposium proceedings (© Copyright 1994 ISBN 0 7242 6189 3) in order to bring this initiative to a wider audience. This is the first of a number of installments and starts with the introduction from the proceedings. CONTENTS: Safe Limits: an international dive symposium Dr Des Gorman; Diving in Australia Mr Terry Cummins; An occupational medicine view point Dr David Smith; Divers Alert Network, DAN accident data Mr Chris Wachholz; Diving incidents: errors divers make Dr Christopher Acott; An assessment of risk for recreational dive instructors at work Mr Drew Richardson; A retrospective study of decompression illness in recreational scuba divers and scuba instructors in Queensland Dr Ariel Marks and Dr Tom Fallowfield; Post diving altitude exposure Dr Ian Millar; Western Australia pearl divers’ mode of diving Dr Robert Wong; Safe Limits: assessing the risks Dr Harry Oxer; Excellent safely record despite the risks Mr Rod Punshon; Multi-Day Diving: the Experience of the Hyperbaric Medicine Unit, Royal Adelaide Hospital Mr Steve Goble and Dr Lindsay Barker; Staged decompression following no-decompression diving Dr Geoff Gordon; Several case studies from General Practice Dr Peter Chapman-Smith; Dive accident management Dr Tony Hochberg; A Case for Safety Phil Percival.
Description: Journal of the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society.
Date: 1995

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