This package set is composed of two of the most important publications for every hyperbaric clinic.
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UHMS Guidelines for Hyperbaric Facility Operations 2nd Edition
Updates in the UHMS Guidelines
This edition of the UHMS Guidelines for Hyperbaric Facility Operations is not intended to be inclusive, to rewrite authoritative texts, or to usurp accepted organizations or certifying bodies. However, it often references these standards, when appropriate. It is not the intent of this guide to replace or override any state or local institutional procedure or standard.
This second edition incorporates information from two major Society Position Statements:
- Clinician Attendance of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (March 2009)
- UHMS Credentialing and Privileging Guidelines for Hyperbaric Medicine Physicians in the U.S.A. (June 2014).
Unlike previous editions, the current publication has benefitted from extensive input by the Associates of the UHMS on matters related to nursing and technical personnel.
UHMS Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Indications, 14th Edition
About the Book
Since its first appearance in 1977, the UHMS Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Indications has served as a guide for practitioners and scientists interested in hyperbaric and undersea medicine.
Past UHMS president Richard E. Moon, chair of the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Committee and editor for the 14th edition, along with additional Committee members and leading experts in the field, authored chapters in their respective fields. This publication continues to provide the most current and up-to-date guidance and support in hyperbaric medicine.
Updates in the 14th Edition
- Revised and updated references
- A new chapter summarizing recently published data on trails of HBO2 for chronic traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Addition of flowcharts to specific chapters to aid in treatment of decision-making