An Act relating to public health and safety; creating
the Oklahoma Veterans Traumatic Brain Injury
Treatment and Recovery Act of 2014

Excerpts:

” For the purposes of this act, “hyperbaric oxygen treatment” (HBOT) shall mean treatment with a valid prescription from a medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy in either a hyperbaric chamber cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or a device with an appropriate FDA  approved investigational device exemption, located at a facility in compliance with applicable state fire codes and supervised in accordance with requirements in the Oklahoma Veterans Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment and Recovery Act of 2014. The treatment shall be delivered solely by authorized,
licensed or nationally certified health care providers in accordance with federal and state law.”

” Any Oklahoma veteran who has been diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and prescribed hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) by a medical professional authorized under Section 2 of this act may receive HBOT at any facility in the state that has a hyperbaric chamber and provides treatment in accordance with Section 2 of this act. ”

for more information: The Act

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