Scuba Diving Medical information
Please take sometime to read this information the last thing any of us want is to have disappointed clients at the Great Barrier Reef
If you answer yes to any of the following questions you should see your Doctor before arriving in Cairns if you would like to participate in scuba diving
If you answer no to all of the questions then you would not be required to see a Doctor
Have you suffered form, or do you suffer from, any of the following:
Asthma or wheezing
Brain, spinal cord or nervous disorder
Chronic bronchitis or persistent chest complaint
Chronic sinus conditions
Collapsed lung (pneumothorax)
Diabetes mellitus (sugar diabetes)
Fainting seizure or blackouts
Heart disease of any kind
Recurrent ear problems when flying
Tuberculosis or other long-term lung disease
Are you currently suffering from ”
Chronic ear discharge or infection
High blood pressure
Other illness or operation within the last month
Perforated ear drum
Are you flying within the next 12 hours
Are you currently taking prescribed medicine or drugs (excluding oral contraceptive)?
Have you ingested any alcohol with eight (8) hours prior to snorkelling / diving?
Are you pregnant?
Have you ever had a snorkelling / diving accident?
Do you understand that concealment of any condition incompatible with safe snorkelling and diving might put your life or health at risk?
Not sure and want some more information please contact us