Hyperbaric Medicine 2010

Thirteenth Annual Advanced Symposium, April 22-24, 2010

Please view the lectures from Hyperbaric Medicine 2010 below. 

Thursday, April 22, 2010
Welcoming Remarks from Palmetto Health Alliance, USC School of Medicine, and National Baromedical Services, Inc. Play Video
(15:31)
HBO as a Preconditioning and Neuroprotection Agent
Jeffrey Brown, MD, FACS
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HBO and Late Radiation Tissue Injury: An update
John Feldmeier, DO
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HBO and Transplantation
Douglas Slakey, MD
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(31:44)
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Treatment of Cyanide Poisoning: What Role of HBO
Leslie Moats, MD
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(27:59)
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Hyperbaric Publications Update
Dick Clarke, CHT
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(33:48)
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Medicare Hyperbaric Medicine Compliance Update
Elaine Jeter, MD
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(46:16)
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Advances in Hyperbaric Medicine’s Wound Healing Mechanisms
Harriet Hopf, MD
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(48:27)
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Chamber Fire Safety and Compliance Update
Tom Workman, CHT
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The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society in 2010
Laurie Gesell, MD
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Friday, April 23, 2010
Hyperbaric Oxygen: Diabetic Foot Wound Technology Assessment
Ron Linden, MD
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A Hyperbaric Trial of Wagner Grade 2 Diabetic Foots Wounds
Ron Linden, MD
Stem Cells & HBO: Improved Glycemic Control
Rodolfo Alejandro, MD
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The DOD Mild Tramatic Brain Injury Trial Update
Robert Price, MD, MC, DMO
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Veterinary Medicine & HBO Therapy: Current Concepts
Nathan Slovis, DVM, CHT
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Optimizing Pain Control in Chronic Wounds
Harriet Hopf, MD
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(48:37)
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Implantable Medical Devices and Hyperbaric Safety
D. Lindsie Cone, MD
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(39:23)
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The UHMS Hyperbaric Indications Approval Process
Laurie Gesell, MD
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Other Hyperbaric Trials Under Recruitment
Dick Clarke, CHT
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Commentary on HBO Dosing of Common Indications
Dick Clarke, CHT
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Saturday, April 24, 2010
The Disappearing 24/7 Hyperbaric Medicine Service
Dick Clarke, CHT
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Common Hyperbaric Case Management Dilemmas
D. Lindsie Cone, MD
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HBO as a Cancer Risk
John Feldmeier, DO
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Evacuation and Management of the Injured Diver: Current Concepts
Matias Nochetto, MD
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Wound Healing Center Coding & Compliance Update
Matthew Schweyer, CHT
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(51:58)
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Ten Compliance Tips to Ensure Hyperbaric Reimbursement
Dick Clarke, CHT
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(45:21)
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Date of Release: July 31, 2010
Date of Expiration: August 31, 2013

DISCLOSURE: In preparing these recorded materials, NBS recognizes that primary care physicians and specialists in hyperbaric medicine and wound care have educational needs for current information regarding the management of patients referred for hyperbaric oxygen therapy. In these recorded materials, presenters may have included discussions about drug interventions, treatment methods, medical products, whether Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved or unapproved. Therefore, it is incumbent on physicians viewing these educational materials to be aware of these factors when interpreting its contents and evaluating any recommendations. Moreover, views of presenters do not necessarily reflect the opinions of NBS or the UHMS. The entire faculty participating in continuing medical education programs sponsored by NBS and the UHMS are expected to disclose to the program audience any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest related to the content of his/her presentation(s). Full disclosure of faculty relationships, if any, was made at the program. If the author disclosed a relationship, it is indicated within the recording for his/her session. This disclosure in no way implies that the information presented is biased or of lesser quality.
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