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Friday, June 14


9 am - 9:30 am: Principles of isobaric counter diffusion to prevent DCS

Plenary: Principles of isobaric counter diffusion to prevent DCS
Richard Moon, MD


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11 am - 11:30 am: Executive Summary of the proceedings from the National Academies Workshop on Undersea Medicine Research sponsored by Office of Naval Research "ONR"

Plenary: Executive Summary of the proceedings from the National Academies Workshop on Undersea Medicine Research sponsored by Office of Naval Research "ONR" 
Sandra Chapman

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2 pm - 2:30 pm: Commercial diving: TBD

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2:30 pm - 3 pm: Tunneling

Plenary: Tunneling
Owen J. O'Neill, MD

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4 pm - 4:30 pm: UHM Fellows: Top articles in Undersea Medicine

Top articles in Undersea Medicine
Fellow


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This lecture gives a summary of the important articles published since June 2022 in the field of Undersea Medicine.

 

4:30 pm - 5 pm: Descendency/Ascendancy of the LSUHSC Hyperbaric Fellowship Program: A history to die for.

Plenary: Descendency/Ascendancy of the LSU HSC Hyperbaric Fellowship Program: A history to die for.
Keith Van Meter, MD


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Dr. Van Meter will detail the long road to present of the LSU HSC/NOLA hyperbaric physician fellowhip training program.

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Van Meter cropKeith Van Meter, MD completed his undergraduate education at Miami University at Oxford, Ohio in 1968 with a degree in chemistry and English. He graduated from George Washington University School of Medicine in 1973 with a degree in medicine. He trained at Tulane University School of Medicine/Charity Hospital in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine with subspecialty board certification in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.  From 1989 to the present, Dr. Van Meter has served as the Chief of the Section of Emergency Medicine in the Department of Medicine at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is the Medical Director of a 140-physician Emergency Medicine group in south Louisiana and Mississippi (Keith Van Meter & Associates). He acted as the Medical Director of the Jo Ellen Smith Medical Center Multiplace Hyperbaric Medicine Unit from 1978 until the hospital closed in 1998. He has served as the Medical Director of the Baromedical Research Institute Hyperbaric Laboratory in New Orleans, Louisiana since 1980.  Dr. Van Meter served on a task force under Dr. Sam Poole and Dr. Norman McSwain to develop medical support planning for NASA for astronauts aboard a space station from 2000-2002. In his private practice, he has treated over 600 hundred commercial divers in the Gulf of Mexico who suffered from acute decompression sickness or arterial gas embolism. Dr. Van Meter’s primary research interest is the application of hyperbaric oxygen in the ACLS, PALS and ATLS in cardiopulmonary arrest utilizing a swine model.