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The authors have researched the prevalence of diving accident and related factors of diving fishermen in Bacbo bay, The results
1. The reality of diving accident were hight rate, severe and left the severe sequels:
The general accident rate: 58%
There were many urgen and dangerous accidents: The reason of the environmental pressure change 47.6%, reason of air inhale
pressure change 25.6%.
The diving accidents left many severe sequels: ear injury 24%, paralytic 2.4%, urinate disorder 1.2%, pain in join and bone 12.8%,
which influenced to working ability, reduced working ages and life quality after leaving from the work.
2. The related factors of diving accidents:
The age, working age, the diving time, the quantities of diving cases per day related closely with diving accident rate.
The disorbey the decompression process of diving fishermen was main reason to increase the diving accidents.
The disorbey the diving safety of fishermen contributed the hight rate of diving accidents.
3. The emergency aid on the ships was not interested enough:
Having only 1/60 fishermen had been trained the first aid for diving accidents
Lack of the first aid equipments on the ships and not enssure to give emergency when having the diving accidents.
Most of diving fisherment only give first aid themselve for diving accidents by their experiences so the effect of first aid was not
hight, no exactly. Some fishermen lack of knowledge about first aid at sea and underwater.
Professor Son Truong Nguyen is the Head of Vietnam National Institute of Maritime Medicine. He completed his PhD in Maritime Medicine. He had finished 70 scientific works almost in one of them are scientific works of Maritime Medicine. He has a 22 years experience in this field.
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