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Original articles 
Gotshall RW, Fedorczak LJ, Rasmussen JJ. Severity of exercise-induced bronchoconstriction during compressed-air breathing via scuba. SPUMS J. 2004;34:178-182.
St Leger Dowse M, Gunby A, Moncad R, Fife C, Bryson P. A prospective field study of reverse dive profiles in UK female recreational divers. SPUMS J. 2004; 30: 183-188.
Doolette DJ. Decompression practice and health outcome during a technical diving project. SPUMS J. 2004;34:189-195.
Review articles
Fenner PJ. Venomous marine animals. SPUMS J. 2004;34:196-202.
Acott C. Flying after recompression treatment for decompression illness: why wait four weeks? SPUMS J. 2004;34:203-208.
Case report
Acott CJ. Prolonged QT syndrome: a probable cause of a drowning death in a recreational scuba diver. SPUMS J. 2004;34:209-213.
The world as it might be
Wilson CM, Sayer MDJ, Murchison AG, Ross JAS. A review of recent advances in technical drinking and the treatment of technical or extreme drinkers. SPUMS J. 2004;34:215-217.
Walker D. South Australian diving-related deaths 2001–2: an alternative view with discussion of responsibilities of an ‘expert witness’. SPUMS J. 2004;34:218-220.

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