Hyperbaric Medicine 2012 Enduring Materials

Fourteenth Annual Advanced Symposium, March 15-17, 2012

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Section A — (3 Hours)
Late Radiation Tissue Injury: A Challenge to its Pathophysiology and Treatment
John Feldmeier, DO
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Mandibular ORN Staging: Differences Exist and Why
Marc Herr, MD
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Tumor Radiation Sensitization: Is Hyperbaric Oxygen Finally the Holy Grail?
Dick Clarke, CHT
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Combination HBO and Chemotherapy: From a Bad Idea to a Good One
John Feldmeier, DO
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Section B — (4 Hours)
The Initial Evaluation of the Diabetic Foot Ulcer: An Evidence-Based Approach
Stephen M. Orr, MD
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Controversies in Chronic Wound Care
J. Benjamin Slade, MD
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Biological Skin Equivalents: A 2012 Update
Richard C. Baynosa, MD
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Calciphylaxis: A Role for HBO?
Paul Claus, MD
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Failed TCOM O2 Challenge: Update on Flow Augmentation Options
William Moore, MD, FACS
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Section C — (4 Hours)
Panel Discussion 1: Previously Submitted Clinical Questions
Expert Panel
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Panel Discussion 2: Previously Submitted Operational, Safety and Compliance Questions
Expert Panel
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Hyperbaric Safety: The 2012 NFPA 99 Perspective
Robert Sheffield, BA, CHT
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Implantable Medical Devices: Hyperbaric Medicine Operations and Safety Update
D. Lindsie Cone, MD
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Questions from the 'Ask the Experts' File
D. Lindsie Cone, MD, FAAFP
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Hyperbaric Patient Risk Assessment: A 2012 Practice Based Perspective
D. Lindsie Cone, MD, FAAFP
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Section D — (4 Hours)
Implementing a Q.I. Program: One Sensible and Compliant Approach
Valerie Short, ACHRN, CWS, CWCN
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Proposing New Hyperbaric Indications: The UHMS position on Acute Hearing Loss and Aseptic Bone Necrosis
Capt. Brett Hart, MD, MC, USN
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Medicare's Meaningful Use Initiative
D. Lindsie Cone, MD, FAAFP
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Hyperbaric Preconditioning Role in High Risk Surgery
Richard C. Baynosa, MD
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Fixing Common Wound Care Billing Problems
Valerie Short, ACHRN, CWS, CWCN
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Hyperbaric Payment Denials and How to Avoid Them
Dick Clarke, CHT
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Section E — (4 Hours)
Controversies in Hyperbaric Medicine
Dick Clarke, CHT
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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Controlled Trials:  
   The USAF Experience and Update
   E. George Wolf, MD
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   The USN Experience and Update
   Capt. Brett Hart, MD, MC, USN
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   The DOD Experience and Update
   Robert Price, MD
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Hyperbaric Medicine Literature Update
Dick Clarke, CHT
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