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Original articles
Bennett M. Evidence-based medicine and hyperbaric practice. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):122-129.
Williams D. A possible case of cerebral areterial gas embolism in a breath-hold diver. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):129-133.
The world as it is
Knight J. Welcome European Journal of Underwater and Hyperbaric Medicine. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):134.
Taylor L. OZTek 2000 Australian Technologies Conference. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):134-136.
Letters to the Editor
Simpson G, Roomes D. Recreational diving medicals. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):142.
Walker R. Recreational diving medicals (Reply). SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):142.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 1999
Moon RE. All divers with decompression illness require recompression. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):149.151.
Moon RE. Recompression treatments should be to a pressure equivalent to 18 m. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):152-154.
Brubakk A. Surface oxygen is an acceptable definitive treatment. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):155-161.
Moon RE. Recompression treatment should only be administered in a hospital-based facility. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):161-166.
Brubakk A. On-site recompression treatment is acceptable for DCI. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):166-173.
Acott C, Bennett M, Brubakk A, Moon R, Walker R. Panel Discussion on the treatment of decompression illness. SPUMS Journal. 2000;30(3):173-179.

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