Hyperbaric Medicine 2008

Twelfth Annual Advanced Symposium, April 3-5, 2008

Welcoming Remarks
Dick Clarke, CHT
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The Awarding of The Hyperbaric Research Prize
Dick Clarke, CHT; Stephen R. Thom, MD, PhD
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Session I: Contraindications: Still Yes, Perhaps No
Chemotherapy Agents
John J. Feldmeier, DO
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Pneumothorax:  History of Pneumothorax
Lindsie Cone, MD
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The Pregnant Patient
Paul A. Thombs, MD
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Active Cancer
John J. Feldmeier, DO
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Open Forum:  Contraindications Play Video
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Session II: Risk Factors: Redefining the Balancing Act
History of Middle Ear Surgery
Lorre T. Henderson, OD, MD
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History of Optic Neuritis
Thomas W. Norris, MD, FAAFP
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Seizure Disorders
Lindsie Cone, MD
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Viral Infections
Keith Van Meter, MD
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Confinement Anxiety
Charles Petit, MD
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Pulmonary Pathologies
Susan K. Churchill, NP, CHRNC
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Febrile States
Keith Van Meter, MD
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Concurrent Medications
George Hertner, MD, FACEP
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Chronic Sinusitis
Lorre T. Henderson, OD, MD
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Open Forum:  Risk Factors Play Video
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The Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine Society:  Where we are; Where we are going.
Bret Stolp, MD, PhD — President, UHMS
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UHMS Hyperbaric Accreditation:  Safety Lessons Learned
W. T. Workman, MS, CasP, CHT, FAsM
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Session III: Side Effects
Oxygen Toxicity
Lindsie Cone, MD
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Myopia:  Cataracts
Heather Hancock, MD
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Ear and Sinus Barotrauma
Lorre T. Henderson, OD, MD
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Pulmonary Edema:  CHF
Ben Slade, MD
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Newly Approved Uses:  Medicare and Commercial Insurers
Dick Clarke, CHT
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The Blue Cross Blue Shield Issue and Update
W. T. Workman, MS, CasP, CHT, FAsM (for R. Warriner, MD)
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Session IV: Complicated Wound Healing: Practice Standards
The Arterial Insufficiency Ulcer
Harriet W. Hopf, MD
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The Diabetic Wound
John S. Steinberg, DPM, FACFAS
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The Venous Stasis Ulcer
Harriet W. Hopf, MD
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Open Forum: Wound Healing Play Video
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Session V: Patient Care and Research Updates
Hyperbaric Literature Update:  The Year in Review
Dick Clarke, CHT
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Patient Education:  Ensuring Compliance
Susan K. Churchill, NP, CHRNC
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Hyperbaric Radiation Sensitization:  Did it work?  Will it work?
Dick Clarke, CHT
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The Pediatric Patient:  Indications; Dosing; Management
Paul A. Thombs, MD
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Hyperbaric Medicine and Trauma:  A 2008 Perspective
J. Jeffrey Brown, MD, FACS
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Hyperbaric Treatment of Soft Tissue Radionecrosis:  Results of a RCT
Dick Clarke, CHT
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Date of Release: August 15, 2008
Date of Expiration: August 15, 2011


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