NBDHMT-approved ASM 21 lectures

NBDHMT Credit Hours:This live activity is approved for 7.5 Category A credit hours by National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology, 9 Medical Park, Suite 440, Columbia, South Carolina 29203. Please note, there will be a separate evaluation form for NBDHMT credits.
NBDHMT Accreditation Statement: For CHT recertification purposes, the NBDHMT requires a minimum of nine of the minimum 12 required Category A credits relate directly to any combination of hyperbaric operations, related technical aspects and chamber safety.

NBDHMT Monthly Briefing June 2020:

"The Board receives a wide range of continuing education requests and approves those deemed consistent with the above criteria. Awarding of credits commonly results from attendance at meetings, conferences and training courses, employer-based learning opportunities and various online initiatives. In the context of the CHT, the Board considers hyperbaric delivery system operations, its related technical aspects and chamber safety to represent core competency...." (Full NBDHMT monthly briefing - scroll to the JUNE 2020 briefing: https://www.nbdhmt.org/monthly_briefing_archive.asp)

 Below are the lectures that have been approved by the NBDHMT for Category A Credits:

8:00 AM 8:30 AM President's address Marc Robins, DO
10:20 AM 10:30 AM A1: Glymphatic dysfunction and neuroinflammation as manifestations of CNS decompression sickness. Stephen R. Thom, MD
10:40 AM 10:50 PM A3: The Effect of Total Compression Time and Rate (Slope) of Compression on the Incidence of Symptomatic Eustachian Tube Dysfunction and Middle Ear Barotrauma: A Phase II Prospective Study Owen J. O’Neill, MD
8:00 AM 8:55 AM Plenary: Why Flight Surgeons Also Worry About DCS Michael Harrison, MD
8:55 AM 9:50 AM Plenary: Decompression Modeling Panel Greg Murphy, PhD
Dave Doolette, PhD
Laurens Howle, PhD
10:10 AM 10:20 AM C1: Experimental test of the surface interval decompression tables Aleksey Sobakin, PhD
10:20 AM 10:30 AM C2: Development of a freeware application for the estimation of inert gas load in common half-time compartments Kaighley Brett, MD
10:30 AM 10:40 AM C3: Aviation DCS- WITHDREW Q&A time replacement Mahmoud Sabha, MD
2:35 PM 3:30 PM Plenary: International perspectives in DCS Management: Controversies in treatment tables.  Series of cases and how they would use the tables Panel Richard Moon, MD; Cuauhteomoc Sanchez, MD; Simon Mitchell, MD
Maria Teresa David, DO, Keith Van Meter, MD
8:00 AM 8:30 AM Plenary: UHM Fellow: Top articles in Hyperbaric Medicine Kristi Ray, DO
(LSU Fellow)
9:00 AM 9:50 AM Plenary: White Paper: Lack of Emerging 24/7 Chambers Richard Moon, MD; Frank Butler, MD
10:10 AM 11:00 AM Plenary: Lessons learned from the UHMS accreditation process during COVID David Charash, DO
Derall Garrett, CHT
Monica Skarban, R
11:00 AM 11:10 AM E1: Evaluation of the Zoll Z-Vent for use in a multiplace hyperbaric chamber Marc Pullis, CHT
11:10 AM 11:20 AM E10: Functional characteristics of the Zoll Z-Ventilator during hyperbaric exposures Sarah M Raleigh, MD
11:20 AM 11:30 AM E2: Environmental cultures of hyperbaric chambers and treatment areas Kayla Deru
11:30 AM 11:40 PM E3: A survey of hyperbaric chamber cleaning practices Michelle Fitts
1:30 PM 1:40 PM D19: Diving Deep:  A 40 Year Prospective on the Treatment Decompression Illness in the Gulf of Mexico Kristi Ray, DO
1:40 PM 1:50 PM E11: Implementation of a successful COVID-19 screening protocol in routine and emergency operations of a multiplace hyperbaric chamber Tiffany Castellano, MD
2:10 PM 2:20 PM F2: Monoplace hyperbaric chamber treatment of arterial gas embolism with cardiac pacing, swan-ganz monitoring and inhaled epoprostenol Lindell Weaver, MD

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