• Physical fitness and diving safety.
  • Medical fitness in technical diving and commercial diving.
  • Psychological issues in diving accidents.
  • Remote medical care in diving operations in remote areas involving professional and recreational diving.
  • Planning the management of diving accidents.
  • Prehospital medical care in decompression sickness.
  • Management of mild DS in remote areas.
  • Physiological monitoring of divers.
  • The physician’s role in high-performance freediving: the athlete’s view and the physician’s view.
  • Update: Physiology and pathophysiology of freediving – pulmonary barotrauma and decompression sickness.
  • Decompression sickness: mechanisms in the formation of bubbles; decompression stress; cardiac alterations in recreational diving decompression sickness.
  • Incidence of decompression accidents in Brazil and the world.
  • Patent Foramen Ovale .
  • The cave rescue operation in Thailand: medical aspects.
  • Hyperbaric Medicine in the Brazilian Navy.
  • Hyperbaric centers in the world.
  • Use of HBOT in osteoarticular infections. Interaction between HBOT and antibiotics.
  • Use of HBOT in burns.
  • When to use HBOT in vasculitis.
  • Ophthalmological indications of HBOT and ophthalmological physiological alterations.
  • Indications for HBOT in ORL and how to approach otorhinolaryngological complications.
  • Updates on diabetic foot and actinic lesions.
  • Use of HBOT in autism, muscular lesions, CNS lesions, and fibromyalgia. How it works and the results.
  • How to produce good scientific evidence in HBOT? Is there a way to conduct double-blind studies?
  • How to assess the effectiveness of HBOT in chronic and acute lesions?
  • How to deal with complications in monoplace chambers?
  • How can HBOT stimulate osteogenesis and angiogenesis?
  • Interactions between chemotherapeutic agents and HBOT.
  • Good practices in hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
  • Safety in installations at HBOT services: most common concerns and safety errors .
  • Hyperbaric emergencies: where are the clinics?
  • Physiological considerations in the use of HBOT in pediatrics: is a child just a small adult?
  • Side effects and complications of O2 under pressure.
  • Workers in hyperbaric conditions assisted by Social Security.
  • Teaching hyperbaric medicine during specialization in occupational medicine.
  • Occupational outpatient clinic and care for workers in hyperbaric conditions.
  • Results of dry snorkeling in the construction industry.
  • Internal guides and repetitive dives.
  • Occupational health of hyperbaric chamber internal guides.
  • Management of construction work with compressed air piping.
  • Management of construction work with shields.
  • Management of construction work with hyperbaric activity in different national and international settings.
  • Nursing in hyperbaric medicine: requirements and responsibilities of patient care and supervisory nurses.
  • Nurse technicians: requirements and responsibilities.
  • Code of ethics in hyperbaric nursing (review).
  • Training for the internal guide (theoretical and practical).
  • Training for the mono and multi-chamber operator (theoretical and practical).
  • Ethical dilemmas of nurses in hyperbaric activity.
  • Comprehensive treatment of patients with skin lesions.
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy in wounds.
  • HBOT and negative pressure therapy. Why associate the two?
  • HBOT and grafts. When to indicate?
  • Primary wound coverage. What’s new?
  • Dermal regeneration matrix associated with HBOT.
  • Burns. New approaches and the role of HBOT.
  • Silver, CAD, PHMB, HBOT. What we have for biofilms and when to associate therapies.
  • Traumas and crush injuries. A wound center’s experience with HBOT.
  • Medical nutrition therapy in wounds. Always use supplements?
  • Rehabilitation in patients with skin lesions.
  • Antibiotics. When and how to indicate. Systemic and/or local.
  • The importance of correct diagnosis before prescribing the therapy.

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