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NOTES:

1. A Diving Medical Officer shall be consulted before committing to a Treatment Table 4 or 7.

2. Treatment Table 6A may be extended if necessary at 60 and/or under 30 feet.

3. Cardiac arrest requires Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). For the greatest chance of resuscitation consultation with a Diving Medical Officer is required as soon as possible (see paragraph 20-2.6).

4. Recompression chamber must be surfaced to perform defibrillation.

5. Assessment of patient must be made within 20 minutes. If the stricken diver remains pulseless after 20 minutes, termination of resuscitation may be considered.

6. Additional time may be required according to paragraph 21-5.4.5.4.

7. Enter Treatment Table 6A at depth of relief or significant improvement.

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Figure 21-5. Treatment of Arterial Gas Embolism or Decompression Sickness.

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