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I suffered a diving bend to the brain in 2003. After initial HBO treatment, conventional medicine would only offer various analgesics and anti-inflammatory
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy or High Dosage Oxygen Treatment is the most natural way of letting the body healing itself. Learn why...
Learn about Hyperbaric Oxygen, Normobaric Oxygenation and Hyperoxygenation - the major instrumental function of Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment
Hypoxia can be a dangerous, sometimes life-threatening state for our cells and tissues. Learn about Hypoxia symptoms, causes and types
Hypoxic Hypoxia is a result of a defective mechanism of oxygenation in the lungs, as caused by a low tension of oxygen, abnormal pulmonary function, airway obstruction, or a right-to-left shunt in the heart.
Tissue Necrosis,Bone Necrosis And Other Radiation Injuries as a Delayed Complications Of Radiation Exposure
This Respiratory System Diagram pesents a structure of the respiratory system, organs of the respiratory system, respiratory system anatomy.
SPECT - Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Emission Computed Tomography, a type of nuclear imaging showing how blood flows to tissues of organs.
Histotoxic Hypoxia develops when body is getting enough oxygen, but it cannot use it sufficiently due to physiological problems at a cellular level.
Non healing wounds such as diabetic foot ulcers, vascular insufficiency ulcers, compromised amputation sites, traumatic wounds can benefit from the elevation in tissue oxygenation which occurs in the Hyperbaric Chamber and induces significant changes in the wound healing process promoting the healing.
This page briefly describes the most known injuries and diseases of the respiratory system
Diabetic ulcer foot wounds are consequences of the neuropathy and the small and large vessel disease that complicate diabetes. Hyperbaric oxygenation (HBOT) may be a useful adjuvant to wound care.
With Compartment Syndrome, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) when used as an adjunct to a surgery and antibiotics shows promise as a way to decrease complications and morbidity.
Cerebral Hypoxia (Brain Hypoxia) develops when our brain receives less oxygen than required to sustain its metabolic requirements. Hyperbaric Oxygen increases the oxygen diffusion driving force, thus increasing oxygen availability to tissues and helping to correct negative effects of cerebral hypoxia.
Assaf Harofeh Medical Center - Institute of Hyperbaric Medicine