Undersea Medicine

Remote Management of Mild Recreational Decompression Illness
Sidney, Australia — May 25-26, 2004

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There is no continuing education credit available with these lectures.

Session I
Introduction to Management of Remote DCI
Dr. Simon Mitchell
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(18:15)
Diagnosing DCI in Remote Locations
Dr. Richard Moon
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(39:14)
Natural History of Untreated Mild DCI
Prof David Elliot
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(59:32)
Session II
Cost Benefit in Treatment of Mild DCI; the Patient as Informed Risk Acceptor
Dr. Alison Drewry
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(39:02)
Benefit of Surface 02, Fluids and Drugs as Alternatives to Recompression for Mild DCI
Dr. Fred Bove
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(54:58)
Influence of Delay to Recompression on the Outcome of Mild DCI
Dr. Jake Freiberger
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(48:14)
Session III
Can Divers with Symptoms of Mild DCI Fly on Commeercial Airliners?
Chris Wachholz
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(27:22)
Ground Transportation of Divers with Mild DCI
Dr. David Griffiths
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(27:35)
Treatment in Remote Location Hyperbaric Chambers; In-Water Recompression
Dr. James Francis
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(48:31)
Session IV
Overview of Accidents in Aero-Medical Evacuations
Dr. Mike Bennett
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(30:45)
Flying Home After Recompression Treatment in a Remote Location
Dr. Jake Frieberger
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(26:29)
Hypothetical Evolving Case History of a Serious Remote DCI
Dr. Simon Mitchell, Dr. David Doolette
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Session V
Hypothetical Evolving Case History of Mild Remote DCI
Dr. Simon Mitchell, Dr. David Doolette
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The Lawyer's View on Remote Management of Mild DCI
Mr. Rick Lesser
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Consensus Statement on the Management of Remote Mild DCI - Part 1
Dr. Des Gorman
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(1:05:09)
Consensus Statement on the Management of Remote Mild DCI - Part 2
Dr. Des Gorman
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(1:23:05)