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Original articles
Lippmann J. Dive computers. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):5-12.
Min WT. Buoyancy and unnecessary death. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):12-17.
Knight J. Bleomycin, a rare absolute contraindication to diving. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):17-18.
Acott C, Sutherland A, Williamson J. Anonymous reporting of diving incidents: a pilot study. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):18-22.
Walker D. Divedata databank international update. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):22-24.
Mongahan R. Australian diving death rates: comparisons with USA and Japan. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):24-25.
Smart D. The equivocal bend: should we treat with hyperbaric oxygen ?. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):25-29.
Letters to the Editor 
Mongahan R. Diving death rates. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):30.
Edmonds C. Cost of amateur diving medicals. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):30.
Druitt D. Aid to the Republic of Maldives. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):30.
Richardson D. New PADI tables. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):32-33.
Davis M. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):33.
Veale A. Revisiting Key West scuba disease. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):34.
Williamson J. Jellyfish envenomation. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):34-35.
Oxer H. Hyperbaric medicine unit for Western Australia. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):35. 
Knight J. NAUI acts on diver safety. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):35.
Walsh PN. Standards Association Committee CS/83. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):36
Davies D. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):36.
Unsworth I. Foundation of the International Congress of Hyperbaric Medicine. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):37.
Bibas M. CMAS International Congress of Diving Medicine. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(1):37.

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