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UHMS Guidelines for Hyperbaric Facility Operations 2nd Edition is a medical book.
CLAIMED FEATURES: The UHMS Operations Committee Report, originally published in January 2000, was the Society’s first attempt to provide written guidance related to training, responsibility, staffing, safety, and quality assurance for hyperbaric medicine facilities. It was revised in 2007 and published as the UHMS Guidelines for Hyperbaric Facility Operations. The main focus of the new material in the 2007 publication was to provide information on the UHMS Clinical Hyperbaric Facility Accreditation Program. ISBN: 978-193-0536-82-1. Author: W.T. Workman. Binding: Saddle Stitch. Pages: 32. Publication date: August, 2015. Editor: W.T. Workman. Edition: 2.
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