The Hyperbaric Medicine Today journal is an international publication with more than 2000 readers in over 60 countries. Our readers are scientists, physicians, nurses, technicians, and respiratory therapists working in the field of wound care, diving, and/or hyperbaric medicine. We report on breaking news from around the world while keeping up to date on events within the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS), the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine (ACHM), the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society (SPUMS), the European Underwater And Baromedical Society (EUBS), Divers Alert Network (DAN), and other affiliated professional organizations.
The primary mission of Hyperbaric Medicine Today is to be a fair, objective, nonpartisan, international publication dedicated to reporting and commenting on the current state of knowledge and advances in the science and technology encompassing hyperbaric medicine. We report on currently accepted and emerging clinical applications as well as the associated economic, social, and political issues and events that influence the administration, growth, and development of hyperbarics. We shall report on hyperbaric events irrespective of any social, political, or economic pressures that may be applied by concerned individuals, advertisers, or organizations.
It is our deepest desire to secure the medical mainstream acceptance of hyperbaric therapy. To help achieve this objective, Hyperbaric Medicine Today has enhanced its publication capabilities by offering a website that serves as a resource for physicians, allied health professionals, technologist, and the general public. Our website was designed for anyone in interested in any aspect of the field of hyperbarics. Our E-mail forum shall serve as a means for rapid dissemination of information, discussion of issues, and answers to question from our readers.
The purpose of Hyperbaric Medicine Today is to report on and provide general and scientific information relative to the safe and effective administration of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Each issue contains important information about current events, hyperbaric chamber openings, legislative news, upcoming hyperbaric, wound care, or diving medicine courses, and other news.
Each issue contains news on the various aspects and uses of HBOT. Wound care issues are the most common covering problem wounds, skin grafts and flaps, exceptional blood loss anemia, necrotizing soft tissue infections, osteomyelitis, chronic nonhealing wounds, osteoradionecrosis (ORN), radiation tissue damage, thermal burns, gas gangrene, crush injuries, compartment syndrome, and other acute traumatic ischemias
We discuss research in neurology, stroke, cerebral palsy (CP), cerebral edema, traumatic brain injury, transient ischemic attack, near drowning, carbon monoxide poisoning, smoke inhalation, decompression sickness, and gas embolisms.
We also report on other investigational indications or case studies such as autism (autistic conditions), multiple sclerosis (MS), lyme disease, premature ejaculation, reconstructive surgery, headache, neuropathy, ejaculation disorders, sports injury, plastic / cosmetic surgery, brown recluse spider bite, diabetic wounds, and other indications.
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