Recently (Jan 2013) I was attending a two day medical management of CBRNE (chemical, biological weapons, etc) course in Arlington TX. It is tied to emergency preparedness and FEMA. One of the instructors briefly brought up a study he stated had been completed at Hopkins. He said the study was about the effectiveness of using oscillating ventilators for treating carbon monoxide poisoning. He implied the results showed this therapy to be just as effective or more effective than hyperbaric therapy. I have looking for this study to read it myself but have had no luck. Is anyone out there familiar with this?
I contacted the course instructors to see if they could send me in the right direction but I have not heard anything back as of yet.