Field Management for Scuba-related Injuries: Results of a Conference on Emergency Medical Procedures for Scuba-related Accidents Held at the University of Rhode Island Bay Campus, Narragansett, Rhode Island, July 13, 1991
Rhode Island Sea Grant, 1991 - Scuba diving - 18 pages
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