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Drowning is the most likely consequence of a failure to reach the surface during an independent emergency ascent, and is a significant risk even if the diver reaches the surface if he or she loses consciousness on the way. A first stage regulator which is to be used with an octopus demand valve should be able to supply the required flow rate without freezing up if the water is cold. 
Beer Bar Signs Music Bar Haning Signs Personalized Gifts Wall Art Real Glass Neon Signs Home Decor Wall Hanging Custom Handmade SignsThe controlled buoyant lift is an underwater diver rescue technique used by scuba divers to safely raise an incapacitated diver to the surface from depth. It is the primary technique for rescuing an unconscious diver from the bottom. It can also be used where the distressed diver has lost or damaged their diving mask and cannot safely ascend without help, though in this case the assisted diver would normally be able to control their own buoyancy. [ citation needed] Tape extensions are the most natural-looking hair extension method and are the most popular technique because they take a lot less time to fit than individual micro-rings or bonds.
Smart, Michael (2011). Into the Lion's Mouth: The Story of the Wildrake Diving Accident. Medford, Oregon: Lion's Mouth Publishing. pp.34–35, 103–105, 148, 182–206. ISBN 978-0-615-52838-0. LCCN 2011915008.
Advantages of this method, when applicable, are that no outside assistance or special equipment is required. The standard PADI-trained technique is for the rescuer to approach the face-down unconscious diver (victim) from above and kneel with one knee either side of their diving cylinder. Then, with the victim's diving regulator held in place,  the tank is gripped firmly between the knees and the rescuer's buoyancy compensator is used to control a slow ascent to the surface. This method may not work with sidemount or twin cylinder sets, and puts both rescuer and victim at increased risk if the rescuer loses grip, as the victim will sink and the rescuer may make an excessively fast uncontrolled ascent.