Volume 3 Issue 1 articles include:
Assessments of Adherence and Antimicrobial Activity in Different Wound Dressing Technologies (Bowler, Walker); Successfully Managing Wound Care in the Home Health Setting: Two Case Studies (Fleming, Walton, Drain); Making the Scoring of Wounds Objective: Adding Rhyme and Reason to Wound Evaluation and Management (Strauss, Aksenov, Miller); Effects of Delay to Recompression on the Outcome for Decompression Illness (Denoble); Toxins to the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Revenue Cycle: Part 1 (Turner); Electronic health Records: New Technology vs. Old Habits (Yankowksy); Overview of 2012 CPT Code Changes: Is Your Department Accurately Reporting Services? (Dixon); What Schrodinger's Cat, Descent Fatigue, Illusion, and Lean Have to do with HER Implementation (Chen); Dirty Laundry (Mazza).
The Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine magazine is an international publication with readers in over 60 countries. Our readers are scientists, physicians, nurses, technicians, and respiratory therapists working in the field of wound care, hyperbaric medicine, and / or diving. We report on breaking news from around the world while keeping up to date on events within the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine (ACHM), International Hyperbaric Medical Association (IHMA), the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS), the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society (SPUMS), the European Underwater and Baromedical Society (EUBS), Divers alert Network (DAN), and other affiliated professional organizations.
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