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HBO Treatment Tables

HBO Treatment Tables

HBO Treatment Tables


Tables 1-3 based on Kindwall and Wellan [1] and National Baromedical Services [2], Tables 4a and 4b based on Weaver et al. [3] Tables V and VI based on the U.S. Navy Diving Manual [4]

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REFERENCES

  1. Harry T. Whelan, Eric Kindwall et al. Hyperbaric Medicine Practice 4th Edition Best Publishing Company. 2017;volume fourth():.
  2. National Baromedical Services. Introduction to Hyperbaric Medicine Primary Training Manual .;.
  3. Weaver LK, Hopkins RO, Chan KJ, Churchill S, Elliott CG, Clemmer TP, Orme JF Jr, Thomas FO, Morris AH et al. Hyperbaric oxygen for acute carbon monoxide poisoning. The New England journal of medicine. 2002;volume 347(14):1057-67.
  4. U.S. Navy. Chapter 17. Diagnosis and Treatment of Decompression Sickness and Arterial Gas Embolism in U.S. Navy Diving Manual , 7th ed. . 2017;.
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