Expiring soon on October 28, 2023. You must complete the full course before the termination date to receive credit.
Table of Contents:
Immersion pulmonary edema: drowning from the inside
Immersion pulmonary edema: case reports from Oceania
Immersion pulmonary edema: an analysis of 31 cases from Oceania
Risk factors for immersion pulmonary edema in recreational scuba divers: a case-control study
Effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy on recovery acceleration in Japanese professional or semi-professional rugby players with grade 2 medial collateral ligament injury of the knee: A comparative non-randomized study
FROM THE HBO2 INDICATIONS MANUAL14TH EDITION: CHAPTER 1
Hyperbaric treatment of air or gas embolism: current recommendations
FROM THE HBO2 INDICATIONS MANUAL 14TH EDITION: CHAPTER 7
Hyperbaric treatment for decompression sickness: current recommendations
- Characterize the clinical features of immersion pulmonary edema (swimming-related pulmonary edema, SIPE).
- Describe the risk factors for development of SIPE and the recommended follow-up tests after resolution.
- To highlight the characteristics of identified incidents of immersion pulmonary edema.
- To understand the importance of appropriate first aid, medical treatment, early cardiorespiratory investigations and recommendations for IPE patients.
- To collate and analyze the demographics, health characteristics and diving activities of individuals diagnosed with likely IPE.
- To explain how age and other predisposing factors contributed to IPE.
- To understand the diagnosis of the grade of medical collateral ligament (MCL) injury by manual examination.
- To explain effects of hyperbaric oxygen on soft tissue injury.
- Outline the pathophysiology of arterial gas embolism.
- Describe the various clinical scenarios in which arterial gas embolism can be observed.
- List the first aid and definitive treatment modalities for arterial gas embolism.
- Describe scenarios in which decompression sickness can occur.
- Reproduce the pathophysiological mechanisms for bubble-induced injury.
- List the treatment modalities for DCS.
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|Name of Individual||Individuals Role in Activity||Name of Commercial Interest (If Applicable)||Nature of Relationship|
||Planner, Managing Editor
||Planner, CME Coordinator
|Enrico Camporesi, MD
|David Hostler, PhD
|Owen J. O’Neill, MD
|Tom Bozzuto, DO
|J. Nicholas Vandemoer, MD
|Daniel Popa, MD
|Dario Gomez-Castillo, MD
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For over 45 years the UHMS has been the primary source of information for hyperbaric medicine and physiology worldwide. This evidence based, peer-reviewed scientific journal-based CME has as its goal to address identified professional practice gaps and provide a quality CME opportunity which will improve scientific knowledge and skills for undersea, hyperbaric and wound care physicians, nurses and technicians, and other clinicians and personnel whose practice includes undersea, hyperbaric medicine and wound care.
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Date of the activity’s original release – October 28, 2020
Termination date – October 28, 2023
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.
Physician CME: The Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society designates this journal-based activity for a maximum of 7 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 6 LLSA credits towards ABPM MOC Part II requirements.
Nursing/RRT Contact: Hours: 7
License types: RN, LPN, CNS, ARNP, CAN. Provided through the Florida State Board of Nursing and the CE is reciprocal for nurses in the United States. Florida nursing credits are reciprocal and approved for nurses within all states. Receiving credit for Florida providers is simple, attend the course and our staff will upload your credits directly to the Florida State database. For out of state credit, we provide all the necessary paperwork for you to file with the respective nursing board.
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