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Clinical applications and contemporary trends of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Korea

Other Title
한국에서 고압산소치료의 현재 동향과 임상적 적용
Authors
유, 연호; 김, 희덕; 김, 현; 최, 상천; 김, 기운
Citation
Taehan Ŭisa Hyŏphoe chi, 57(7):601-606, 2014
Journal Title
Taehan Ŭisa Hyŏphoe chi; Journal of the Korean Medical Association; 대한의사협회지
ISSN
1975-84562093-5951
Abstract
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is approved in the United States for 14 accepted indications, which are approved by the HBOT committee of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society and by the Food and Drug Administration. These indications are also used worldwide. HBOT is a mode of medical treatment in which the patient is situated in an enclosed pressure chamber and breathes 100% oxygen at a pressure greater than 1 atmosphere absolute (ATA), with the usual therapeutic pressure set at greater than 1.4 ATA. In South Korea, an expanded knowledge base and formalized education in HBOT do not exist, and numerous HBOT devices are old and nearing the cessation of operation, although HBOT has undergone refinement, with an increased understanding of mechanisms of action and clinical applications. Furthermore, there is no specific board certification of HBO competence for emergency, critical care, and surgical physicians and technicians in South Korea. We summarize the existing literature on the uses of HBO with the aim of enhancing the understanding of this therapeutic technique.
Keywords
Hyperbaric oxygenationTherapyComplications
DOI
10.5124/jkma.2014.57.7.601
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Emergency Medicine
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최, 상천김, 기운
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