Journal of Hyperbaric Medicine (1986 to 1992)
Published quarterly by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, Inc. These articles are not indexed by the NLM.
"The Journal of Hyperbaric Medicine enables medical practitioners, researchers, and other professionals in the field of hyperbaric medicine to keep abreast of current scientific research and clinical developments in this specific area. Featured are original contributions focusing on clinical applications of HBO, oxygen effects on body metabolism, treatment protocols, and protectants against oxygen toxicity.
The following types of papers are published: Reviews; Original Research (theoretical and experimental); Clinical Communications (which may include case reports if they include observations of a revealing nature); Technical and Preliminary Notes; Abstracts of the Literature; Letters to the Editor; Book Reviews; Listings of Courses; Meetings, and Conferences, and Other Special Features. Reports of workshops or symposia will be considered and may even be published as supplements to regular issues. Authors are referred to Instructions for Authors for more details on the categories of their papers.
The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, Inc., endorses the principles embodied in the Declaration of Helsinki and expects that all investigations involving man reported in its journal will have been conducted in conformity with these principles. The Society also expects that the 'Guiding Principles in the Care and Use of Animals' will have been observed in all animal experimentation reported in its journal" –quoted from the journal description.
The UHMS has granted permission to the Rubicon Foundation to make the entire contents of the Journal of Hyperbaric Medicine available to the public in electronic form. This work was completed in cooperation with Global Underwater Explorers. The contents can be accessed at http://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/.