Hyperbaric Medicine 2012 Enduring Materials
Fourteenth Annual Advanced Symposium, March 15-17, 2012
National Baromedical Services is pleased to offer our first on-line education offering on the topic of Hyperbaric Medicine. The proceedings from our Live Program, Hyperbaric Medicine 2012, were recorded and have been divided into five (5) education Sections that will provide video, slides and handouts of each lecture contained within the Section via a fully on-line interactive program. This program is designed to educate and update physicians, nurses, and other allied health care professionals, both within the United States and internationally, regarding the principles and practices of undersea and hyperbaric medicine, and related wound care through lecture, presentation, and panel discussion to more effectively treat and better identify the potential undersea and hyperbaric medicine patients.
Hyperbaric Medicine 2012 Enduring Materials is worth a maximum of (19) nineteen AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM (CME) or Category A Continuing Education Unit (CEU).
Each Section of the program listed below is expected to take each learner four hours to complete, including viewing of all materials and testing.
Each Section is worth the indicated hours of CME or CEU.
Physician CME costs $40.00 per credit hour.
Non-Physician CEU costs $15.00 per credit hour.
Credit hours may be purchased only the three (3) or four (4) hour increments as outlined in the Sections below.
|Section A — (3 Hours)|
|Late Radiation Tissue Injury: A Challenge to its Pathophysiology and Treatment||John Feldmeier, DO|
|Mandibular ORN Staging: Differences Exist and Why||Marc Herr, MD|
|Tumor Radiation Sensitization: Is Hyperbaric Oxygen Finally the Holy Grail?||Dick Clarke, CHT|
|Combination HBO and Chemotherapy: From a Bad Idea to a Good One||John Feldmeier, DO|
|Section B — (4 Hours)|
|The Initial Evaluation of the Diabetic Foot Ulcer: An Evidence-Based Approach||Stephen M. Orr, MD|
|Controversies in Chronic Wound Care||J. Benjamin Slade, MD|
|Biological Skin Equivalents: A 2012 Update||Richard C. Baynosa, MD|
|Calciphylaxis: A Role for HBO?||Paul Claus, MD|
|Failed TCOM O2 Challenge: Update on Flow Augmentation Options||William Moore, MD, FACS|
|Section C — (4 Hours)|
|Panel Discussion 1: Previously Submitted Clinical Questions||Expert Panel|
|Panel Discussion 2: Previously Submitted Operational, Safety and Compliance Questions||Expert Panel|
|Hyperbaric Safety: The 2012 NFPA 99 Perspective||Robert Sheffield, BA, CHT|
|Implantable Medical Devices: Hyperbaric Medicine Operations and Safety Update||D. Lindsie Cone, MD|
|Questions from the 'Ask the Experts' File||D. Lindsie Cone, MD, FAAFP|
|Hyperbaric Patient Risk Assessment: A 2012 Practice Based Perspective||D. Lindsie Cone, MD, FAAFP|
|Section D — (4 Hours)|
|Implementing a Q.I. Program: One Sensible and Compliant Approach||Valerie Short, ACHRN, CWS, CWCN|
|Proposing New Hyperbaric Indications:
The UHMS position on Acute Hearing Loss and Aseptic Bone Necrosis
|Capt. Brett Hart, MD, MC, USN|
|Medicare's Meaningful Use Initiative||D. Lindsie Cone, MD, FAAFP|
|Hyperbaric Preconditioning Role in High Risk Surgery||Richard C. Baynosa, MD|
|Fixing Common Wound Care Billing Problems||Valerie Short, ACHRN, CWS, CWCN|
|Hyperbaric Payment Denials and How to Avoid Them||Dick Clarke, CHT|
|Section E — (4 Hours)|
|Controversies in Hyperbaric Medicine||Dick Clarke, CHT|
|Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Controlled Trials:|
|The USAF Experience and Update||E. George Wolf, MD|
|The USN Experience and Update||Capt. Brett Hart, MD, MC, USN|
|The DOD Experience and Update||Robert Price, MD|
|Hyperbaric Medicine Literature Update||Dick Clarke, CHT|
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Designation Statement: The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society designates these on-line enduring activities for a maximum of 19 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM for each of the hyperbaric medicine activities. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Non-Physicians: 19 Category A CEUs have been approved through the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology (NBDHMT).
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