Pathophysiology, Treatment and Aeromedical Retrieval of SCUBA - Related DCI

@inproceedings{Stephenson2009PathophysiologyTA,
  title={Pathophysiology, Treatment and Aeromedical Retrieval of SCUBA - Related DCI},
  author={Jeffrey C. Stephenson},
  year={2009}
}
The physics and physiology involved in self contained underwater breathing apparatus (SCUBA) diving is discussed. Some of the more common diving related problems as well as aeromedical retrieval and transfer of patients suffering from decompression illness (DCI) are also highlighted. 

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