Diving Medicine

The following specialist articles were published in the Taucher Revue. I've been a volunteer on the editorial team there since 2010 and I write on an iPad in my free time, mostly in the mornings and evenings on the train — I hardly have more time for four or more articles a year. I make them freely available here, since it takes quite a lot of effort to research every topic well and to write an article about it. Printed in the magazine, the work quickly ends up in a cupboard or in the old paper.


Divers Ears

They are not made for underwater

The most common diving medical incidents involve the ears. You therefore deserve special attention. The author, too, has only watched the others diving after a few days on many a diving holiday and has therefore dealt more closely with the topic. →read on (German)