The symptoms of acute Oxygen poisoning is generally remembered by which Nemonic?

You suspect a diver has suffered a Type 2 Decompression Illness (DCI), what symptoms would you expect to observe?

A diver surfaces following an emergency ascent and is soon identified as suffering an Arterial Gas Embolism. What would be the most effective treatment?

During a dive in a harbour at 10 MSW, using surface supplied air from a diving compressor, the diver says he is feeling “a bit funny”. You recover him to the surface and when he takes his helmet off you notice that his cheeks and lips are bright red. What do you suspect might be the problem?

During the course of a dive, a diver accidentally shoots himself in the thigh with an HP water jet. Following a normal recovery to the surface, he is examined and the puncture wound is seen to be normal and does not look serious. After dressing the wound, which one of the following actions should be taken:

Which one of the following conditions is most likely to lead to carbon monoxide poisoning:

Headache, dizziness, increased breathing rate, lack of co-ordination, unusual perspiration and nausea are the classic symptoms of:

A dive has to be aborted due to problems with the diver’s helmet where he seems to have been having trouble getting air from the surface and has eventually gone on to bail out. When the diver is recovered, his eyes are very bloodshot but otherwise he seems well. Which one of the following has he suffered?

Forty minutes after completing a dive to 33 msw for 76 minutes, a diver complains of spots before his eyes and a pain in his cheek. There is a suitable chamber on site. Which one of the following is the best course of action:

In the morning one of the divers who had been diving the previous day is unable to stand up as his legs will not support him. Which one of these is the best course of action: