|Departure's Decompression and Dive Planning Software|
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Please read the information below. It is a very important page to read.
Divers are taught that there is always a risk of decompression sickness after any dive and that no dive table, computer, or software program can guarantee that decompression sickness will not occur. This needs to be taken very seriously. In addition to reading and understanding the articles on this web site including decompression strategies and ascending from a dive, a diver needs to plan their dives conservatively.
Many dives that are acceptable according to tables have resulted in decompression sickness. The following are some examples from some controlled studies. Therefore, plan your dive very conservatively especially since decompression divers are choosing to enter into mandatory decompression obligation.
Recreational Dive Tests on air (descent and ascent rate was 30 feet (9 m.)
Decompression Dive Tests (on air) by the U.S. Navy Experimental
There are many more examples, so again, dive smart and be conservative.