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Hyperbaric Medicine Courses

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and the Role of Hyperbaric Medicine

COURSE OVERVIEW

The goals of this intense 0.75-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

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.

$199.00

CHT Re-certification CEU Package - 2017

COURSE OVERVIEW

This package contains NBDHMT approved Category A CEU courses to meet re-certification requirements for CHT and partial CHRN.

As per the NBDHMT CHT Resource Manual updated April 2017: "CHTs are required to earn a minimum of 24 hours of education credits (hours) during each re-certification period.

At least 12 must be Category A, defined as education and training directly related to the practice of undersea, hyperbaric or hypobaric medicine. Of these 12 credits, at least 9 (75%) must relate to ‘core competency’, namely technical, operational and safety aspects of the hyperbaric/hypobaric delivery system. They may be earned through attendance at meetings and conferences that have received prior-approval from the NBDHMT to award such credits."

This package fulfills that portion of the re-certification requirement.

Note: For full details of CHT re-certification requirements please consult the NBDHMT CHT Resource Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Introduction to Decompression Theory and Tables (2.0 Credit Hours). NBDHMT Core Competency: Technical.
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and the Role of Hyperbaric Medicine; also includes a slide review of lecture material, and an article on Air Quality in the Hyperbaric Chamber. (0.75 credit hour). NBDHMT Core Competency: Technical.
  • Hyperbaric Chamber Systems, Chamber Operations, and Fire Science and Safety (2.0 credit hours). NBDHMT Core Competency: Operations and Safety.
  • Hyperbaric Safety Standards and Emergency Patient Management (2.0 credit hours). NBDHMT Core Competency: Operational and Safety.
  • Practitioner’s Role in Hyperbaric Medicine: Patient Management & Documentation Requirements (2.0 credit hours). NBDHMT Core Competency: Technical.
  • Decompression Sickness; this course also includes an update on the Latest Research on DCS (1.5 credit hours). NBDHMT Core Competency: Technical.
  • Dive Tables and the Physics of Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. (1.0 credit hour). NBDHMT Core Competency: Technical.
  • Latent Effects of Radiation and the Use of HBOT. (1.5 credits) NBDHMT Core Competency: Technical.
  • * Each lesson is followed by a quiz and evaluation.  

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Helen Gelly, MD, FACEP, FCCWS, ABPM/UHM. Dr. 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.

 

$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.

$35.00

Dive Tables and the Physics of Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine - June 2017

This course consists of two video lectures, followed by a short quiz.

  • Video Lecture 1: "Dive Tables"
  • Video lecture 2: "Physics of Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine"

This course is designed to greatly enhance your understanding of the dive tables and hyperbaric physics, two topics that the majority of practitioners struggle with.

About the Instructor

Nick Bird, MD, MMM, ABFM, FUHM

Dr. Bird currently serves as Regional Medical Director for Duke Urgent Care in Durham, NC.

Fellowship trained in undersea and hyperbaric medicine, Dr. Bird is a past CEO and Chief Medical Officer for Divers Alert Network, and Medical Director of Hyperbaric Medicine at Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George, UT.

Having served in the United States Air Force, Dr. Bird was the Deputy Flight Commander for the Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care Center at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA. He also served in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

You will see Dr. Bird around the U.S. teaching Introduction to Hyperbaric Medicine courses with Wound Care Education Partners, as well as teaching online continuing education programs for practitioners of hyperbaric medicine.

$32.50

Hyperbaric Chamber Systems, Operations, and Fire Science and Safety

Video One:  Hyperbaric Chamber Systems and Operations (1 hour 7 minutes)

Topics: 

  • Acrylic Inspection and Life
  • Chamber Classes
  • Chamber Systems
  • Gas Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Fire Suppression
  • Review
  • Questions

Video Two: Fire Science and Safety in the Hyperbaric Environment (30 minutes)

Topics:

  • Composition of Air
  • Properties of Oxygen
  • Medical Gas Storage
  • Fire Triangle
  • Types of Fires
  • Extinguishing Fires Based on Type
  • Conditions of Ignition
  • Potential Sources for Ignition
  • Contributors to Hazardous Oxygen Levels
  • Personnel Exposure and Handling of Oxygen
  • Risks & Mitigation for multi and monoplace chambers
$85.00

Hyperbaric Facility Safety Review

Module 1: Hyperbaric Medicine A Historical Perspective

At the conclusion of this module, each participant will be able to discuss major historical events in hyperbaric medicine, explain the evolution of the UHMS guidelines for HBO and identify other standards and guidelines.

Contents:

  • Definition of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • Origins of Diving
  • Landmarks in the history of hyperbaric air therapy
  • Historical considerations of oxygen
  • Early Hyperbaric Medicine
  • Recent historical perspective
  • Boerema’s Life Without Blood

Module 2: Hyperbaric Safety Standards & Emergency Patient Management

The main goals of this intense ninety-minute module are to review:

  • hyperbaric safety and emergency procedure development
  • list the regulatory agencies involved in defining hyperbaric codes, designing fire safety codes, and defining engineering standards
  • describe the emergency medical response for various medical emergencies
  • describe who is responsible for equipment maintenance and potential equipment issues
  • define the most effective infection control standard and to describe what resources are available in developing training standards

Module 3: Hyperbaric Chamber Systems, Operations, and Fire Science and Safety

Video One: Hyperbaric Chamber Systems and Operations (1 hour 7 minutes)

Topics:

  • Acrylic Inspection and Life
  • Chamber Classes
  • Chamber Systems
  • Gas Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Fire Suppression
  • Review
  • Questions

Video Two: Fire Science and Safety in the Hyperbaric Environment (30 minutes)

Topics:

  • Composition of Air
  • Properties of Oxygen
  • Medical Gas Storage
  • Fire Triangle
  • Types of Fires
  • Extinguishing Fires Based on Type
  • Conditions of Ignition
  • Potential Sources for Ignition
  • Contributors to Hazardous Oxygen Levels
  • Personnel Exposure and Handling of Oxygen
  • Risks & Mitigation for multi and monoplace chambers
$25.00

Hyperbaric Medicine A Historical Perspective

At the conclusion of this presentation, each participant will be able to discuss major historical events in hyperbaric medicine, explain the evolution of the UHMS guidelines for HBO and identify other standards and guidelines.

Course Outline

  • Definition of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • Origins of Diving
  • Landmarks in the history of hyperbaric air therapy
  • Historical considerations of oxygen
  • Early Hyperbaric Medicine
  • Recent historical perspective
  • Boerema’s Life Without Blood
$125.00

Hyperbaric Medicine Mechanisms of Action & UHMS Accepted Indications

The goals of this intense 5.5-hour course are to describe the mechanisms of action in hyperbaric oxygenation including the primary and secondary effects of hyperoxygenation; define the UHMS indications which represent the scientifically based accepted criteria for treatment with hyperbaric medicine; review the indication and the specific mechanism of action associated with it; define the algorithmic assessment pathway for the potential hyperbaric candidate, and define the utilization parameters associated with each indication.

$32.50

Hyperbaric Safety Standards & Emergency Patient Management

The main goals of this intense ninety minute course are to review hyperbaric safety and emergency procedure development; list the regulatory agencies involved in defining hyperbaric codes, designing fire safety codes, and defining engineering standards; describe the emergency medical response for various medical emergencies; describe who is responsible for equipment maintenance and potential equipment issues; define the most effective infection control standard and to describe what resources are available in developing training standards.

$22.50

Key Concepts in Hyperbaric Medicine

This 1.0 CE course defines the UHMS accepted indications; lists the respective ICD-9 codes used in billing for the service; reviews the documentation required and utilization parameters for HBO; define risks associated with HBO and contraindications for HBO, and defines the treatment algorithm/protocols for the various disease processes treated with HBO.

$52.50

Latent Effects of Radiation and the Use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

COURSE OVERVIEW

This one-hour CME/CEU credit course provides education on the latent effects of radiation and the use of HBOT with the goal of affording patients the best care possible as expeditiously as feasible based on the most up to date research, literature, and data available. Physicians will be able to make a proper referral for treatment of wounded patients meeting hyperbaric candidacy.

The physician will have increased knowledge, competence, and performance in regards to symptoms, patient evaluation, and treatment.

$32.50

The Practitioner's Role in Hyperbaric Medicine: Patient Management & Documentation Requirements

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) involves the use of 100% oxygen in a treatment chamber at a pressure greater than atmospheric pressure for various therapeutic purposes. HBO is a prescribed treatment by an appropriate practitioner and is a covered service for a defined number of diagnoses/indications by most insurance payers. A practitioner is required to document the rationale for the delivery of the treatment, a detailed history and physical, patient goals described in the plan of care with appropriate utilization review follow up and risks associated with delivering the treatment. The goals of this intense two-hour course are to detail the role of the physician in managing patients under consideration for HBO, the assessment and screening criteria, standards, and risks.

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