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This advanced hyperbaric training combination program for physicians, clinicians, nurses, technicians, and facilities safety personnel will provide qualified participants with CMEs/CEUs through UHMS. Personnel enrolled in this program will learn the care and treatment of divers and clinical patients. This includes FDA approved and non-approved clinical indications; HBO facility safety; codes and regulations pursuant to chamber safety; patient management and safety; gases; fire NFPS 99; diving and clinical pathological medical management.
This advanced hyperbaric training program is for all levels of divers responsible for conducting or supervising dive operations, on-site or facility; military or civilian physicians; all levels of medical personnel; dive supervisors; master divers; medics; DMOs; MDs; other allied health personnel; hyperbaric facility supervisors and technicians; SCUBA instructors; technical divers and instructors; and dive team member chamber operators. This course provides information about gases for life support in open or closed saturation systems, as well as mixing and blending of gases for life support operations.
Dive Into History
Hyperbarics International offers qualified students the unique experience of diving in a complete 1943 U.S. Navy Desco MK5 system. This program is optional and available to all diving physicians and DMTs (military or civilian) when attending Hyperbarics International seminars. Others may also apply.
This opportunity is only available to students who are specially qualified, and is not an official part of the program. Photo opportunities are also possible.
Hyperbarics International’s Dick Rutkowski will be celebrating his “semi retirement” along with help from the History of Diving Museum. Join us at the Elk’s Lodge 1872 Ballroom at 92600 Highway 1, Tavernier, Florida on November 11, 2023.
3:00pm-5:30pm History of Diving Session
5:30pm-10:30pm Hyperbarics Session Dinner & Social
More information will follow.