Advanced Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries
Advanced Oxygen
The DAN Advanced Oxygen first aid for Scuba Diving Injuries is designed for those who have already successfully completed the course DAN Oxygen First Aid for Diving Emergencies. It is designed to teach DAN Oxygen Providers to use a positive pressure valve (as the MTV100) and/or a bag-valve-mask (BVM)
DAN Advanced Oxygen first Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries

The DAN Advanced Oxygen first Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries is designed to enhance Basic Life Support (BLS) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) skills and knowledge, to assist any diver who is not breathing. This program trains DAN Oxygen Providers to use a positive pressure valve (as the MTV100) and/or a bag-valve-mask (BVM) increasing the effectiveness of the resuscitation, thanks to high concentration of Oxygen administration.

Main objectives
  • ecognise injuries:
    Heart attack
    Asthma
    Severe bleeding
    Carbon Monoxyde poisoning
  • Advanced Oxygen Resuscitation
  • Manually Triggered Ventilator (MTV)
  • Bag Valve Mask (BVM)​​​​​​​
Course duration

4 hours

Prerequisites

DAN BLS/BLSD Certification (or equivalent) and valid DAN First Aid For Diving Emergencies Provider.

A basic CRP/BLS course is equivalent to a DAN BLS course if it follows the most recently ERC guidelines and the certification is issued by a recognised First Aid Authority.

Certification renewal

Every 24 months