Table of Contents:
- “NFPA 99 and PVHO-2: What You Need to Know and What May Be Changing”
- “Hyperbaric Safety: Issues, Cases and Discussion" (JB and panel)
Rebecca Cable, RN, PA-C, FNP-BC, CHRN:
- “Role of Non-Physician Providers in Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care”
Laurie Gesell, MD, FACEP:
- “New Rules of the Game: An Update on Quality Measures and Board Certification”
- “Wound Clinic vs. Multidisciplinary Limb Salvage Program – What’s the Difference?”
- “Clinical Cases” (LG and panel)
James Holm, MD, FACP, FACEP:
- “Iatrogenic Gas Embolism: Bubble Trouble in the Hospital”
- “Treatment of Radiation Tissue Injury with HBO2”
Harriet Hopf, MD:
- “Wound Care: The Basics and Beyond”
Enoch Huang, MD, MPH&TM:
- “Dosing of Hyperbaric Oxygen: What Protocol and How Many Treatments are Needed?”
- “Integration of Fluorescence Angiography into a Wound and Hyperbaric Practice”
- “Update on the UHMS Clinical Practice Guidelines for use of HBO2 and Diabetic Foot Ulcers”
Folke Lind, MD, PhD:
- “Oxygen and Infection: What do we Know and What Can we Treat?”
- “Critical Care in the Multiplace Chamber”
- “HBO2 and Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections”
Alan Morris, MD:
- “Human Decision-making Limitations and Automatic Computer Protocol Control of Patient Care”
Marc Robins, DO, MPH:
- “Frostbite Injury and Role for HBO2 ”
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At the conclusion of this activity, the participant should be able to:
- understand early identification of frostbite and risk factors, the evidence behind treatment options and the role for HBO2 in treatment of frostbite
- list the mechanism of acute and chronic radiation tissue injury
- list the most commonly involved tissues that manifest radiation injury
- discuss the work up needed prior to starting adjunctive hyperbaric oxygen therapy for patients with late radiation tissue injury
- list the common causes of iatrogenic gas embolism
- describe the most common signs and symptoms of an iatrogenic gas embolism
- list the appropriate treatment of iatrogenic gas embolism
- list why infected tissues becomes hypoxic.
- understand why infected hypoxic ischemic tissues causes acute life and limb threatening infections or severe chronic / refractory infections
- understand the anti-inflammatory, anti-infective potentials of HBO2 and list a number of reasons why treatment with HBO2 can be of value in infective hypoxic disorders.
- understand major risks before, during and after HBO2 treatment of critically ill patients with failing vital functions
- understand major advantages and disadvantages of multi-place chambers use.
- understand the importance of avoiding hypoventilation.
- list the most common “flesh eating bacteria” associated with NSTI and the pathophysiology of its necrotizing character.
- describe the most common signs and symptoms of NSTI.
- list the appropriate treatment of NSTI
- understand the scope of practice for non-physician providers in Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care, as well as an understanding of the limitations of their practice in their state.
- have better knowledge of the current state of the art for hyperbaric medicine and wound care.
- Identify the UHMS HBO2 Indications.
- Discuss the treatment guidelines.
- Evaluate patients and conduct treatment for the UHMS accepted clinical indications.
- Discuss with their clinical colleagues the appropriate approach to patient care in a hyperbaric and wound care situations.
- Use a multi-disciplinary approach to hyperbaric patient care.
- Demonstrate knowledge and competence in the clinical setting
- Discuss new indications for hyperbaric medicine and implement them in their clinical practices.
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Physician CME: The Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society designates this enduring material for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM . Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
MOC ABPM: The American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM) has approved this activity for a maximum of 16 LLSA credits towards ABPM MOC Part II requirements.
Nursing/RRT: This enduring material is approved for 20 contact hours provided by Florida Board of Registered Nursing/RRT Provider #50-10881.
For NBDHMT: This enduring material is approved for 16 Category ‘A’ and 4 Category ‘B’ credit hours by National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology, 9 Medical Park, Suite 330, Columbia, South Carolina 29203
Termination Date: August 25, 2020
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