Publications

European Journal of Underwater and Hyperbaric Medicine (Volume 5, Supplement 1, December 2004): "A European Code of Good Practice for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy"

2004 | Action B14

Archives of Animal Breeding, Vol. 48, 2005 - Special Issue

2005 | Action 925

Synthese et compte-rendu des exposes ey des debats

1992 | Action 312

Digital Audio Effects Workshop - Proceedings

1998 | Action 98

Media, Nationalism and European Identities

2011 | Action A30

COST Action D37 Grid Computing in Chemistry: GRIDCHEM Final Scientific Report

2011 | Action D37

Improvements in the Control Methods for Warble-fly in Cattle and Goats

1993 | Action 811

Domesticating the WWW's of Information and Communication Technology

1998 | Action A4

Volume 2: Integrated Approach to Life-Time Structural Engineering - Summary Report of the Cooperative Activities of COST Action C25

2011 | Action C25

European Journal of Underwater and Hyperbaric Medicine (Volume 5, Supplement 1, December 2004): "A European Code of Good Practice for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy"

2004 | Action B14
  • Pages: 68 pages
  • Author(s): J. Kot, J. Desola, A. Gata Simap, R. Gough-Allen, R. Houman, J-L. Meliet, et al.
  • Publisher(s): DRUCKFORUM Gmbh
  • ISBN/ISSN: 1605-9204

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a treatment modality using oxygen breathed under high pressure. The expected therapeutic benefits are an increase in oxygen diffusion into tissues, anti-oedematous and anti-infectious effects, and promotion of healing. Introduced in the medical therapeutic armament in the early sixties, HBOT has been widely used but its development is presently restrained by a lack of sufficient patho-physiological and clinical evidence and some safety concerns. The COST program is a European program aiming to implement and improve cooperation between European research teams in the field of Science and Technique. Thanks to the efforts of our Belgian colleagues, a specific action devoted to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (Action COST B14) was launched in December 1998. Nineteen European countries, members or associated to the European Union, participate.
The main objective of this action is to improve the knowledge required for rational use of HBOT, to issue guidelines for the implementation and development of clinical HBOT centres and to provide scientifically sound recommendations for HBOT treatment of various diseases and conditions.

Archives of Animal Breeding, Vol. 48, 2005 - Special Issue

2005 | Action 925
  • Pages: 150
  • Author(s): Dr. K. Wimmers

The importance of prenatal events for postnatal muscle growth in relation to the quality of muscle based foods.

Media, Nationalism and European Identities

2011 | Action A30
  • Pages: 428
  • Author(s): Eds. Miklós Sükösd and Karol Jakubowicz
  • Publisher(s): Central European University Press
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-963-9776-74-6

The COST A30 Action ‘East of West: Setting a New Central and Eastern European Media Research Agenda’ was a 4 year long (2005-2009) COST research project that has established an outstanding network, bringing together approximately 70 distinguished media and communications researchers from 27 countries in Western and Eastern Europe. The main objective of the Action was to increase the knowledge concerning media production, media reception and use, and the political implications of the transformation of the media landscape in the Eastern and Central European context. This book should be of interest not only to specialist academics and students, but also to all those concerned about the future of Europe.

COST Action D37 Grid Computing in Chemistry: GRIDCHEM Final Scientific Report

2011 | Action D37
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-88-97228-03-5

Final Scientific Report of COST Action D37 Grid Computing in Chemistry : GRIDCHEM

Volume 2: Integrated Approach to Life-Time Structural Engineering - Summary Report of the Cooperative Activities of COST Action C25

2011 | Action C25
  • Pages: 398
  • Author(s): L. Bragança, H. Koukkari, R. Landolfo, V. Ungureanu, E. Vesikari, O. Hechler (Eds.)
  • Publisher(s): University of Malta
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-99957-816-2-0

COST Action C25 is a large network of researchers aiming at advanced integrated methods for life-time engineering and sustainable construction. The publication of the Action compiles the achievements of the research activities in 28 participating countries and an EU Joint Research Centre in the broad field of sustainability of constructions. Volume 2 covers the methods of life-time structural engineering, design for durability, life-cycle performance, maintenance and deconstruction.