Question: Patients present to the wound care practitioner in a myriad of ways, how does the practitioner decide how to manage the wound?
In the late 1970s, there were fewer than 30 hyperbaric facilities operational in the United States. Most were either military, commercial or highly specialized research facilities. Today an estimated 1,350-plus facilities are in operation. Growth means change. We have seen the primary role of hyperbaric facilities transition from the treatment of diving-related disorders to providing essential primary and adjunctive treatments for multiple medical conditions. Refined research efforts will no doubt validate the continued effectiveness of HBO2 therapy, and perhaps even support new indications for treatment.
These texts provide you with the most up-to-date, cutting-edge information for your wound care practice.
This Tuesday, December 5 at 10am EDT we are hosting a live free webinar information session to discuss affordable solutions for hyperbaric staff training in 2018.
Even though millions are affected by various forms of lymphedema worldwide, the existing literature fails to fully define the population-based prevalence, health outcomes, and treatment costs of this disorder.
South Florida in winter . . . doesn't that sound great?!
Let’s face it . . . with clinic budgets being tight, it can be really hard to request funds to attend a conference.
We get a lot of questions from students as to how they can prepare for their attendance at the Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine.
This Friday, January 27 at 12:00 Noon EST we are hosting a live free webinar information session to discuss affordable solutions for hyperbaric staff training.
The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) is holding their Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) on June 9-11 in Las Vegas, NV. The ASM is the place to meet the top industry experts and leaders in the field of the undersea and hyperbaric medicine (and no they didn't pay us to say that!).