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  • Author:
    Wilbur T. Workman
  • ISBN:
    0941332764
  • ISBN13:
    978-0941332767
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  • Publisher:
    Best Pub Co; 1 edition (February 20, 2000)
  • Pages:
    754 pages
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    Medicine
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Hyperbaric Facility Safety: A Practical Guide. This book should be considered a textbook of hyperbaric medicine and a standard reference for anyone in the field. The Oxygen Cure: A Complete Guide to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. It is recommended for anyone active in the practice or delivery of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. -Respiratory Care Magazine.

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Hyperbaric Facility Safety : A Practical Guide. by Wilbur T. Workman. Now back in print by popular request, this title is a necessity for the preparedness of every wound care and hyperbaric facility. Recent tragic accidents in the national and international hyperbaric medicine community have focused attention on the need for more comprehensive information on this multi-faceted topic. This book will help to reduce liability in the workplace, and will become an integral part of your on-site reference library.

He started his career in hyperbaric medicine in 1972 . He is a retired Colonel from the United States Air Force. He is Past-President of the UHMS Gulf Coast Chapter. He serves on the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Committee on Pressure Vessels for Human Occupancy. He served as Chair of the UHMS Hyperbaric Oxygen Safety Committee. He is the namesake of the Wilbur T. Workman Safety Award from the UHMS Gulf Coast Chapter.

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Now back in print by popular request, this title is a necessity for the preparedness of every wound care and hyperbaric facility. Recent tragic accidents in the national and international hyperbaric medicine community have focused attention on the need for more comprehensive information on this multi-faceted topic. This book will help to reduce liability in the workplace, and will become an integral part of your on-site reference library. Hyperbaric facility safety is a complex issue that covers an extremely broad range of topics: safe engineering design practices, regulatory guidance, training, staffing, maintenance, operational procedures, etc. This book was written to create a comprehensive document to assist established hyperbaric programs, serve as a safety primer for those developing programs throughout the world, and to help cultivate the mindset so vital to maintaining a safe environment for staff and patients alike. On the recommended reading list for facility certification, the information contained in this publication applies both to operational and clinical wound care and hyperbaric facilities.

MeGa_NunC
Great text for those who are beginners in this field
Anayaron
I was so pleased this book arrived promptly. The outside cover of the book was only slightly scratched and the inside looked new. It was lovely to see that it was in better condition than the Hyperbaric Medicine Practice 3rd edition and the Wound Care Practice 1 and 2 volumes. Many thanks Kirsten.
Rolorel
The book features every possible aspect of hyperbaric facilty safety. This is unique, as it has never been accomplished before. To achieve this, the editor Tom Workman, who is a well known expert in the field of hyperbaric technolgy, has gathered an outstanding group of authors from all over the world. I therefore like this book in particular, as it gives a comprehensive review of the available standards and codes of practice for hyperbaric medicine from all parts of the world. It is an imperative to have this book available at every hyperbaric facilty worldwide!
Ungall
Tom Workman has done his homework. While he personally has been involved with hyperbaric safety for a very long time, he still gathered together a group who collectively has a wealth of experience in hyperbaric safety. As the former staff liaison for the Technical Committee on Hyperbaric & Hypobaric Facilities, I had the privilege of working with (former) Lt. General Workman. Not only did he chair the committee, he made certain that experts in various aspects of hyperbaric safety were appointed to help develop and refine fire safety standards for hyperbaric facilities. He has taken the subject of safety in general a big step forward by tapping these and other experts, and provided them with a podium to help teach others about hyperbaric safety. The result is a very comprehensive book on the subject. Operating hyperbaric facilities is a hazard in and of itself. The NFPA standard on the subject has help over the past 25 years to reduce the risk from fires immensely. Mr. Workman's new book will be of equal help for users, researchers and manufacturers in reducing the other hazards associated with hyperbaric operations. I thus recommend this book without any hesitation. Signed, Burton R. Klein, PE Burton Klein Associates Newton, MA (former staff liaison to the NFPA TCC on Health Care Facilities - NFPA 99)