The EOBV recommends the following literature
The new EHM
Diving even safer (ISBN 3-275-01484-6)
Diving medicine for recreational divers, commercial divers and physicians
Author: OF Ehm / Max Hahn / Uwe Hoffmann / Jürgen Wenzel
Published in its previous form for the first time in 1974 as a guide to diving medicine for scuba divers, commercial divers and doctors, » Der Ehm « has meanwhile become a standard German-language work. Diving is 80% diving medicine and like most natural sciences, the amount of information has doubled in just five years.
All chapters have been fundamentally revised and partly expanded, in particular the core areas of diving medicine have been adapted to the current state of knowledge. This is a current and, above all, comprehensive standard work on the subject of diving medicine and its ancillary areas, which meets the highest requirements.
Dry Diving, Ice Diving, Altitude Diving, Searching and Recovery
This series acquaints the reader with the most important special topics of diving. In this second volume, the four most important topics are summarized for the first time, which divers need after basic training so that they can practice their hobby as an advanced diver all year round and at all altitudes.
All important training and application principles for the four special topics of scuba diving “dry diving – ice diving – mountain lake diving – search and recovery” are compiled here.
A comprehensive training book with numerous illustrations and graphics is available for scuba divers, which is geared to practical needs and creates the basis for expanding the year-round diving opportunities even in extreme diving waters.
Orientation diving, night diving, drift diving & wreck diving
This series acquaints the reader with the most important special topics of diving. Volume 1 summarizes for the first time the 4 most important topics that divers, depending on the training organization, have to learn during the course or shortly after the general basic training.
For the 4 special topics of scuba diving mentioned here, all important training and application basics are clearly arranged and easy to learn. This is a comprehensive training book for scuba divers with numerous colored illustrations and graphics, which is based on practical requirements. It thus represents an important basis for the further training of all active scuba divers.
Werner Scheyer has worked as a diving instructor and specialist journalist for many years and is a sought-after speaker at seminars.