SEVERE DIVING INJURIES AMONG P OLISH DIVERS IN THE PERIOD BETWEEN 2003-2014

@inproceedings{Krzyak2015SEVEREDI,
  title={SEVERE DIVING INJURIES AMONG P OLISH DIVERS IN THE PERIOD BETWEEN 2003-2014},
  author={Jarosław Krzyżak},
  year={2015}
}
A review of the data collected from the available literature indicates that diving accidents are most commonly related to an improper behaviour of the victims, or other divers involved in the incident, as a result of either their lack of experience, recklessness or ignorance. Apart from the statistical data of DAN USA and the British Sub-Aqua Club it is difficult to obtain data collected by diving organisations. An analysis of diving accidents is instructive and provides a lot to consider for… CONTINUE READING

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