Diving Medicine has earned a worldwide reputation as the definitive source on diving safety and the management of diving-related health conditions. The New, 4th Edition has been completely revised and updated while still retaining its practical clinical orientation. It covers basic diving physiology ? the pathophysiology of decompression sickness ? assessment of physical fitness for diving ? diagnosis and treatment of diving-related disorders ? and much more.
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