Deep Diver

Knowledge Review - Part 1

Five (5) factors to consider when determining your personal deep-diving limit are:

Determine if your equipment is suitable for deep diving:

Five (5) pieces of specialized equipment recommended for deep diving are:

Proper ascent and descent techniques for deep diving:

Avoid low on air or out of air situations by checking your submersible pressure gauge frequently.

Safety stop at 5 meters with a visual reference:

Prevent narcosis by:

Treat narcosis by ascending to a shallower depth.

Six (6) symptoms of decompression:

Six (6) signs of decompression illness:

The primary reason divers get decompression illness is diver error.

Minimize risk of decompression illness by:

Knowledge Review - Part 2

Proper deep diving objective should be nearly singular and specific.

Five (5) guidelines to follow when using a dive computer:

Maintain neutral buoyancy while deep diving by:

Two (2) techniques for estimating a proper ascent rate:

If divers discover they have accidentally omitted an emergency decompression stop they should not reenter the water and monitor themselves for DCS symptoms.

Five (5) recommendations that you should follow when making a deep drift dive:

Four (4) guidelines to follow when diving near a wall:

Ten (10) factors that may predispose a diver to decompression sickness:

Steps to take if a diver is suspected of having decompression sickness:

A diver suspected of having decompression sickness should not be put back in water because: