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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Harris
    and then he has to decide whether to commence the evacuation procedure at great expense, inconvenience and most importantly significant delay to definitive treatment.
    Not to mention the risk involved in the evacuation. Medical transport is inherently dangerous and involves risks to both the patient and the care providers. There must be a benefit to offset these risks for the transport to be worthwhile. If someone is very sick then the benefit is likely to be there. For mild cases like Harry says:
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    many physicians would take a wait and see approach (with good first aid of course).
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    well I did say specifically in a local diver

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