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Welcome to the new Wound Care Education Partners!

Please read this message for important information about accessing your online courses.

If you enrolled in a course before 10/15/2016 you will need to finish it on our legacy website. You can access the legacy website by clicking here. Any courses purchased on or after 10/15/2016 will be available through our new learning portal and are accessible by clicking on My Account and choosing My Courses.

Dive Medicine Courses

  • $22.50

    Commercial Diving Accident Management

    This course is a one-hour video lecture course. It consists of educational slides with an audio recording of Dr. Keith Van Meter, MD as he delivers the lecture. Dr. Van Meter discusses the utility of immediate, short, intervally-spaced hyperbaric oxygen therapy in resuscitative treatment of acute wounds and trauma.

    Four commercial diving accident cases are presented to illustrate that severely injured patients, expected to need trauma center management, may be successfully treated in remote, medically-primitive, pre-hospital settings and be definitely stabilized by oxygen therapy in the field. Immediate post-injury hyperbaric oxygen therapy at the site of the accident and continuation of the same at short intervals until wound stabilization is key.

    1.0
    RN, LPN, CNS, ARNP, CNA, CRT, RRT, RCP
    Online
    12 weeks
  • $27.50

    Decompression Sickness

    The goals of this intense online course are to educate the audience as to the physics & physiology effect of hyperbaric exposure and to explain the mechanism and types of injury associated with hyperbaric and diving operations. A description of the signs & symptoms and treatments of both Type I & II DCS is also included as well as defining the treatment tables for DCS & AGE.

    1.5
    RN, LPN, CNS, ARNP, CNA, CHT, CRT, RRT, RCP, CHRN
    Online
    12 weeks
  • $32.50

    Introduction to Decompression Theory & Tables

    The goals of this intense 2-hour course are to educate as to the physics & physiological effect of hyperbaric exposure and to explain the mechanisms and types of injury associated with hyperbaric and diving operations.

    Topics covered in this course include decompression sickness (DCS), bubble formation, saturation and desaturation of tissues, "wet" and "dry" diving (multiplace) in calculating gas uptake and elimination using dive tables, US Navy dive tables and NOAA dive tables, clinical hyperbaric medicine tender rules, and much more.

    2.0
    RN, LPN, CNS, ARNP, CHT, CRT, RRT, RCP, CHRN
    Online
    12 weeks
  • $4.99

    Mechanisms and Management of Dive Accidents

    This 15 minute video lecture, taught by Dr. Nick Bird, MD, MMM and previous Chief Medical Officer for Divers Alert Network, covers the Oxygen-Administrationmost common triggers of diving fatalities and discusses the annual average diving-associated fatality incidence in the US and Canada.

    A certificate of completion will be issued at the end of the course with a passing grade of 60% or higher on the final quiz.

    Online
    12 weeks
  • $27.00

    The Physics and Physiology of Diving and Dive Medicine

    Think diving physics and physiology is boring...think again! This 80-minute course is understandable, useful and engaging. Taught by Julio Garcia, CHT, RN, BSN and Director ofPhysics-and-Physiology Operations for a multiplace, critical care, 24/7 hyperbaric clinic located in Mobile, AL. Julio is an expert in diving and hyperbaric medicine, his clinic treats a significant number of injured divers on the Gulf Coast each year.

    This course is meant for all divers, including recreational divers, dive leaders, scientific, public safety, and commercial divers. The course explores the basic physical laws, how they effect divers, and how and why hyperbaric medicine is useful in treating injured divers.

    1.5
    RN, LPN, CNS, ARNP, CNA, CRT, RRT, RCP
    Online
    12 weeks
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