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Original articles
Sayer MDJ, Cook EJ, Wilson CM, Barrington J. Analysing dive-computer profile integrations from incidents of suspected and actual decompression illness using cumulative nitrogen loading. SPUMS J. 2005;35:59-66.
St Leger Dowse M, Barnes R, Smerdon G, Bryson P. Time to fly after hyperbaric chamber treatment for decompression illness: current recommendations. SPUMS J. 2005;35:67-70.
 Review articles 
Doolette DJ. Gas-content versus bubble decompression models. SPUMS J. 2005;35:71-5.
Fenner PJ. Dangerous Australian box jellyfish. SPUMS J. 2005;35:76-83.
Case report
Sharkey SE. Pulmonary barotrauma and arterial gas embolism from free-ascent training: case report. SPUMS J. 2005;35:84-8.
The diving doctor's diary
Inglis S. Hooked on oxygen…hypochondriasis perhaps? SPUMS J. 2005;35:89-91.
The world as it is
Buzzacott P. An estimate of the risk of fatal shark attack whilst diving in Western Australia. SPUMS J. 2005;35:92-4.
Letters to the Editor
Short B. Electrocardiographic abnormalities in young athletes and scuba divers. SPUMS J. 2005;35:109.
Colvard DF. Survey of skin and scuba divers in the December 2004 Indonesian tsunami. SPUMS J. 2005;35:109-110.

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