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Old DAN/Omni Divers Web Pages: Divers Alert Network DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2) Standards and Procedures

Instructor - Phillip E. Graf

DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2) - is one of DAN's newest educational programs.

The DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2™) system module is designed supplement the DAN Oxygen First Aid in Scuba Diving Injuries course.

This training course includes a review of medical oxygen rebreathers and a skills development session designed to instruct the Oxygen Provider in the use of DAN's new REMO2 system.

Based on existing medical closed-circuit oxygen rebreather technology, the REMO2 device provides an injured diver with high concentrations of emergency oxygen for an extended period of time.


DAN REMOTE EMERGENCY MEDICAL OXYGEN SYSTEM (REMO2)

You have one injured diver, one hour of oxygen, and a three-hour ride to shore...

You know the importance of oxygen as a first aid measure for decompression illness. But, what happens when you have more ocean than oxygen between you and advanced medical care?

The DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2™) system* is an affordable way to extend the oxygen supply of your DAN Oxygen unit. The system absorbs carbon dioxide from an injured diver's expired air and mixes it with small amounts of oxygen from a cylinder for the injured diver to "rebreathe."

The result... the duration of a standard oxygen Jumbo "D" cylinder can be extended up to six hours (an approximate six-fold increase)**. If you dive in remote areas, the DAN REMO2 system should be part of our safety plan. Easy to use, the system stows in a compact, durable Pelican® case. Training in the use of the system is available from your nearest DAN Oxygen Instructor. Contact DAN to order the DAN REMO2 and find a DAN Oxygen Instructor near you.

* All functional components of unit are to be disposed of after single use.

** Based upon test results: Duration and percentage of inspired oxygen may vary depending upon environmental conditions, flow rates, size of patient, and other factors. Training is required for proper use. Complete warranty and system limitations are explained in owner's manual.

from Dive Training, February 1999.

Diving Notes and News

Divers Alert Network just introduced a new device: the DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2) system. Not an underwater breathing device, the DAN REMO2 system is designed to extend the duration of an emergency medical oxygen supply.

The DAN REMO2 system absorbs carbon dioxide (CO2) from an injured diver's expired air. Oxygen from the DAN REMO2 system is mixed with small amounts of oxygen from a cylinder for the injured dive to "rebreathe." With this device the duration of a standard oxygen "D" cylinder can be extended up to six hours beyond the typical one-hour oxygen supply. (This number is based upon actual test results: The duration and percentage of inspired oxygen may vary depending upon environmental conditions, flow rates, size of the patient and other factors. Training is required for proper use. Complete warranty and system limitations are explained in the owner's manual. All functional components of the unit are to be disposed of after a single use.) Training units are available.

Simple to use, the DAN REMO2 system provides high concentrations of oxygen and is designed for areas where extended oxygen use may be required, e.g. where travel to the nearest hospital is a long distance away, greater than one-hour (most of the intermountain west, Redfish Lake, Warm Lake, Blue Lake, Alturas Lake, etc.)

The DAN REMO2 system comes self-contained in a durable Pelican case. It can be used with virually any oxygen system and sets up in just a few quick steps.

Training in the use of the DAN REMO2 system is available from your nearest DAN Oxygen Instructor. Or Contact DAN at (919) 684-2948, ext. 555 or 1-800-446-2671 (press 5) for the name of a DAN Oxygen Instructor near you.

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