Scubadoc’s Ten Foot Stop

July 14, 2010

Removal of Worldwide Listing of Hyperbaric facilities from Scubadoc’s Diving Medicine’ website.

Filed under: News — admin @ 4:01 pm

For various reasons, we have removed the listings of hyperbaric facilities from our web site, ‘Scubadoc’s Diving Medicine’.  Instead, injured divers should seek this information from diving agencies that can provide up-to-date information as to facilities that have equipment and trained individuals that can give undelayed treatment for divers.

Below are some contact sources:

Facilities accredited by the UHMS can be seen at
http://www.uhms.org/Default.aspx?tabid=216

For Diving Emergencies in the USA call Divers Alert Network Hotline
http://www.diversalertnetwork.org/medical/emergencies.asp

For Diving Emergencies in Europe
http://www.daneurope.org/web/guest/emergency

For Diving Emergencies – Asia/Pacific
http://www.danasiapacific.org/main/emergency/hotline_numbers.php

Phone numbers of the International DAN Alarm Centers
DAN America Duke University Medical Center, NC, USA +1 919 684 4326
+1 919 684 8111
DAN Latin America DAN Latin America Hotline (Spanish and Portuguese) +1 267 520 1507
TravelAssist (US) US (May be called collect)) 215 245 2461
DAN South-East Asia-Pacific DES Australia, Royal Adelaide Hospital +61 (8) 8212 9242
DAN South-East Asia-Pacific DES New Zealand 0800 4 DES 111 (0800 4 337 111).
DAN South-East Asia-Pacific Singapore Naval Medicine & Hyperbaric Center +65 750 55 46
DAN South-East Asia-Pacific DAN SEAP Philippines +02  815 99 11
DAN Europe DAN Europe 24 hour hotline +39 039 605 7858
DAN Japan Tokyo University Medical Center +81 3 381 249 99
DAN Southern Africa Southern Africa 24 hour hotline +27 11 254  1112

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