Diving Medicine for Divers Part 2

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This program provides information regarding topics such as decompression illness, barotraumas and equipment-related safety issues and includes skill development on taking a blood pressure and using an EpiPen in the event of a severe allergic reaction.

Part 2 builds on the foundation from Part 1 and continues to inform divers about what happens in a diving emergency and how diving affects their bodies, covering topics not normally addressed in basic dive training.

It covers topics such as decompression illness, barotrauma and equipment-related safety issues and includes skill development on taking a blood pressure and using an EpiPen in the event of a severe allergic reaction.

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