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Original articles
Skinner M. Ventilator function under hyperbaric conditions. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):62-71.
Skinner M. Campbell “D-mode” ventilator under hyperbaric conditions. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):71-74.
The world as it is
Kindwall EP. 1997 Annual Meeting of the Australian Hyperbaric Technicians and Nurses Association. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):74-75.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 1997
Roydhouse N. Ear drum rupture in scuba divers. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):81-83.
Mitchell S, Holley T, Gorman D. A new system for scoring severity and measuring recovery in decompression illness. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):84-94.
Bennett M. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in decompression illness: a preliminary report. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):94-97.
Cosh D. Lignocaine and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs as adjuvant therapy in treating decompression illness. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):97-99.
Richardson D, Shreeves K. The PADI approach to diver rescue training. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):100-105.
Day B. First aid teaching for sports divers: what and why from SSI. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):106-107.
Lippmann J. DAN S.E. Asia-Pacific oxygen provider programs. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):107-110.
Francis J. The inadequacy of current first aid care. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):111-112.
Jones R. How divers die. SPUMS Journal. 1998;28(2):113-117.

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