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On-Site Management of Scuba Diving and Boating Emergencies
by Wesley Y. Yapor , MD
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cover of the book On-Site Management of Scuba Diving and Boating Emergencies

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Safety must be the top priority for all divers. This begins with preparedness and proper techniques. This book was specifically written to include most, if not all, commonly encountered problems a diver may be faced with, and how to deal with them.

Medically related scuba diving conditions are thoroughly reviewed and the on-site treatment is outlined for each specific ailment. In addition, a detailed review is presented of ways to identify a problem in the water, search for a victim, tow a victim, in-water artificial ventilation, exiting with a victim, and a whole host of other specific emergency management protocols.

Boating risks may eventually lead to conditions that could be life threatening. Mechanical failures, fire, accidents, lost at sea, bad weather and a multitude of other scenarios may lead to loss of like if poorly managed. Detailed directions for assessment and management of for these adversities are also included.

"On-Site Management of Scuba Diving and Boating Emergencies" will help the rescuer tip the balance in favor of the victim.

B1041, $14.95 plus shipping, 262 pages, charts, diagrams, illustrations, hard cover.

How to order: Online at,
Telephone Toll Free U.S. and Canada 800.468.1055
or 928.527.1055

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