Treatment of Dcomprasion Sickness Occurring While at a Decompression Stop in the Water

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1. If 100 percent O2 is available for divers with a helmet or full face mask, shift to this gas at depths of 30 fsw or less.

2. As an option, the Diving Supervisor may elect not to recompress the diver 10 feet in the water, but to remove the diver from the water when decompression risks are acceptable and treat the diver in the chamber.

3. If recompression goes deeper than the depth of the first stop in the Decompression Table use a stop time equal to 1-1/2 times the first stop in the Decompression Table for the one stop deeper than the first stop. Always take a stop every 10 feet.

4. No oxygen available.

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Figure 21-3. Treatment of Decompression Sickness Occurring while at Decompression Stop in the Water. 21-36 U.S. Navy Diving Manual—Volume 5

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