Decompression Sickness - Prevention






Decompression sickness is an entirely preventable condition. Divers who follow rules of safe diving are unlikely to experience its effects. People who are overweight, have lung or heart problems, or are otherwise in poor health should not dive. Good divers should be aware of the need for decompression stops after a dive and follow standards developed for these stops.

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