Tag: hyperbaric oxygen

18
Oct

New center in Scotland

BioBarica opened the doors of a new hyperbaric oxygenation treatment (HBOT) center in Scotland. The headquarters is in  90c Main Street Thornton Fife Scotland KY1 4AG. HBOT is a non-invasive method that consists in supplying oxygen at high concentrations in a pressurized hyperbaric chamber at a minimum of 1.4 ATM atmospheres (higher than the normal ambient atmospheric pressure of 1 atmosphere). The person

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10
Oct

BioBarica, ALCEC and AAMHEI develop a new protocol for the treatment of radio induced lesions

Burns are a public health problem. The costs generated are high, so it is necessary to develop diagnostic and treatment guidelines to mitigate the effects on public health. In terms of its incidence worldwide, they can cause the death of up to 265,000 people a year. Burns cause serious injuries to the skin and other tissues, which are devastating both

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25
Sep

(Español) Hospital de Quemados: la cámara hiperbárica puede acelerar la recuperación de miles de pacientes

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12
Sep

First installation of a hyperbaric chamber in a public hospital in the city of Buenos Aires

The hospital of Quemados “Arturo U. Illia” is the first hospital of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires that has a chamber for Hyperbaric Medicine. The chamber was donated by BioBarica. The treatments with these chambers contribute to reduce pain, inflammation, accelerate healing, reduce complications and favor a better evolution of implants needed in burned patients. It is the beginning

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10
Sep

The hyperbaric chamber as an adjuvant treatment in traumatology

In particular, hyperbaric oxygenation treatment (HBOT) is used in the treatment of trauma of different origins, which affect different organs and tissues. Some injuries that require surgery and can be treated with HBOT include acute traumatic ischemia, compartment syndrome, compromised grafts and flaps, infectious processes and traumatic burns. Traumatisms compromise the health of the traumatized patient, since they trigger a

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21
Aug

Hyperbaric oxygenation in oncological treatment

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment is widely used for cancer patients or with lesions caused by radionecrosis (RN) caused by radiotherapy (RT). The following bibliographic review illustrates the use of HBOT for tumor treatment, highlighting its main effects and mechanisms of action. To evaluate the beneficial effect of HBOT in the treatment of tumors, it is important to consider the following factors:

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17
Aug

12th Hyperbaric Medicine Symposium in Denver

Colorado was the venue of the 12th International Hyperbaric Symposium of the International Hyperbaric Medicine Association. With more than 12 countries present, the event focused on advances in hyperbaric medicine in the 21st century. The three-day conference was filled with a brilliant and diverse group of cutting-edge hyperbaric professionals, academic researchers, all eager to share their latest work and findings

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14
Aug

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment and its effects on neurological diseases

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment (HBOT) is widely used in the treatment of neurological diseases. These include traumatic injuries, vascular brain accident and neurological metabolic disorders associated with age. In situations of injuries and cerebral ischemia, it is produced a state of hypoxia that is responsible for neuronal damage, inefficient synapses, and alterations in irrigation and perfusion. These phenomena are due to

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6
Aug

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment in Wounds – Infectious Diseases

In particular, Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment (HBOT) is widely used for wounds with healing problems. Among them, we can mention burns, diabetic foot and chronic peripheral vascular obstruction. Wounds and injuries with vascular compromise generate irrigation problems, ischemia and hypoxia conditions. HBOT for diabetic foot is indicated for wounds that meet an established classification (Wagner grade 3 or higher) with certain

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1
Aug

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment in Medical Clinic

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment is widely used in the treatment of inflammatory base pathologies, such as those affecting bone tissues, motor apparatus, connective tissue and joints. These rheumatic diseases are usually treated multidisciplinary through therapeutic strategies to reduce inflammation, pain and improve the quality of life. In hypoxic situations, low pO2 is responsible for cellular damage and alterations in perfusion. Under

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