UHMS Chapter Town Hall Meeting hosted by the Midwest Chapter: Wound Care
(Originally presented May 6, 2023)
The Midwest Chapter was re-formed to bring together thoughts and issues throughout the multi-state area regarding clinical application to hyperbaric medicine practice. To provide up to date educational offerings, as well as new information related to hyperbaric medicine, and develop a closer relationship with Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society.
Wound care products that are safe in HBO2 environment, multiplace vs. monoplace.
Richard Barry, PhD
Kyle DuBose, MD
Does Transcutaneous Oximetry remain relevant today?
Dick Clarke, CHT
Frost bite Panel
Laurie Gesell, MD; John Kirby, MD & David Ajayi, MD
Chamber product safety review: A how to guide
Jace Dower, CHT
Marty Vander Noot, MD
Estimated time to complete this activity: 4 hours
Termination Date: September 6, 2026
- Non-Member: $90
- UHMS Member: Regular: $70
- UHMS Member: Associate: $50
- Discuss the history of larval therapy.
- Discuss the function of larval therapy.
- Review the side effects of larval therapy.
- Review how to order larval therapy.
- Review the application procedure of larval therapy.
- Review clinical cases of larval therapy.
- Summarize screening options in the current era.
- Describe each respective option’s strengths and weaknesses.
- Argue that TCOM remains at the heart of the evaluation and case management process.
- Highlight specific patient selection criteria applicable for the use of hyperbaric oxygen in frostbite.
- Provide a role for hyperbaric oxygen therapy in a practical approach to hospital management of frostbite.
- Understand how to determine what items are safe to go into the chamber and the steps behind it.
- Review why is it always important to make sure which items are going into the chamber.
- Understand the role of biofilm in chronic wounds.
- Be able to choose wound care options to reduce biofilm.
- Physician CME: The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society designates this enduring material for a maximum of 4.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
- Nursing CEU: Approved license types: Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Licensed Practical Nurse; Registered Nurse; Certified Nursing Assistant; Respiratory Care Practitioner Critical Care; Respiratory Care Practitioner Non-Critical Care; Registered Respiratory Therapist; Certified Respiratory Therapist. This enduring material is approved for 4.00 contact hours by the Florida Board of Registered Nursing Provider #50-10881.
- NBDHMT: This enduring material is approved for 2.50 Category A and 1.00 Category B credit hours by National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology, P.O. Box 758, Pelion, South Carolina 29123.
- NBDHMT Accreditation Statement: For CHT recertification purposes, the NBDHMT requires a minimum of nine of the minimum 12 required Category A credits relate directly to any combination of hyperbaric operations, related technical aspects and chamber safety.
Accreditation Statement: The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
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