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Prevention and treatment of decompression sickness using training and in-water recompression among fisherman divers in Vietnam
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    Recompression in water with air supply at shallow depth cannot be superior to breathing pure oxygen on surface
    • yavuz aslan, medical doctor
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      • samil aktas

    Sir,

    We read with interest the article named 'Prevention and treatment of decompression sickness using training and in-water recompression among fisherman divers in Vietnam' that was published in Injury Prevention 2016 February issue. We want to share our opinion about some parts of the article, especially in three subjects.

    It was mentioned that, the aim of the study was to investigate the impact o...

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