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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and the Role of Hyperbaric Medicine

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$20.00

Specifications

2.0
RN, LPN, CNS, ARNP, CHT - Category A, CRT, RRT, RCP, CHRN - Category A
Online

COURSE OVERVIEW 

The goals of this 2-hour course are to educate the audience as to the pathophysiological impact of carbon monoxide and cyanide poisoning on the body's systems and treatment options including the pharmacological benefit of hyperbaric medicine as a primary treatment modality.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • One 30-minute video lecture
  • A slide review of the lecture content
  • A PDF article on Air Quality in the Hyperbaric Chamber 
  • Mandatory course evaluation
  • Quiz

Course Outline 

Title: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and the Role of Hyperbaric Medicine

Goals: The goals of this intense two-hour course are to educate the audience as to the pathophysiological impact of carbon monoxide and cyanide poisoning on the body systems and treatment options including the pharmacological benefit of hyperbaric medicine as a primary treatment modality.

Video Lecture:    30 minutes

  • Carbon monoxide poisoning, the physiology, sources, risks, when to utilize HBO
  • Acute carbon monoxide poisoning, treatment tables
  • The physiology of cyanide poisoning, signs and symptoms, treatment, benefits of HBOT

Text-based slides:   1 hour 

  • Carbon monoxide poisoning, the physiology, sources, risks, when to utilize HBO
  • Acute carbon monoxide poisoning, treatment tables
  • The physiology of cyanide poisoning, signs and symptoms, treatment, benefits of HBOT

Reading Material: 30 minutes

  • Air Quality in the Hyperbaric Environment by Eric Schinazi, CHT

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

This course is taught by Helen Gelly, MD, FACEP, FCCWS, ABPM/UHM. Dr. Helen GellyDr. Gelly is the Medical Director for Wound Care Education Partners, Emeritus Medical Director for Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia, and Chief Executive Officer of HyperbarXs. 

Dr. Gelly has been involved in hyperbaric medicine and wound care since 1991. Past positions have included Medical Directorships at academic and community hyperbaric medicine and wound care programs. She started a non-hospital affiliated hyperbaric medicine center which was one of the first UHMS accreditated centers. She has been actively involved in billing and reimbursement issues for both facilities and physicians. In addition to lecturing nationally on hyperbaric medicine and wound healing for many years, she was the president of the Gulf Coast Chapter of the UHMS from 2005-2007.

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