|Re: Re: Safer????|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on June 22, 2006 at 21:38:27:|
In Reply to: Re: Safer???? posted by Christopher on June 22, 2006 at 11:21:39:
Kimber Thurman suffered an arterial gas embolism last month on the Hogan in 115'. She has the training, dives with a team and was using the "right" gas and an aluminum 80 of deco gas. She spent a couple weeks in a coma and is still in the hospital undergoing therapy. Could the fact that helium offgasses much faster have been the cause of her A.G.E.? I don't know, but using helium in her mix for a 115' dive didn't keep her safe.
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