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18
Jun

Effects of physical training under hyperbaric oxygen in markers of oxidative stress and performance of Resistance in young soccer players

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is the medical administration of 100% oxygen (O2) at pressures higher than 1 absolute atmosphere (ATA) and during the last decade, elite and competitive athletes have used HBOGT to accelerate the recovery after injuries or exercise-induced muscle damage. O2 plays an essential role in cell metabolism and its availability is a principal determinant of maximal O2

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15
Jun

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy improves spatial learning and memory in a rat model of chronic traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury  (TBI) is a disorder of major public health significance. Each year in the United States alone there are  100 new cases/100,000 population and  52,000 deaths (NIH Consensus, 1999). Most patients survive and add to an increasing prevalence of chronic TBI, estimated at 2.5 – 6.5  million individuals in 1998 (NIH Consensus, 1999). HBOT  is the use of

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7
Jun

BioBarica participates in the International Congress of Phlebology and Lymphology

BioBarica is present at the XVIII International Congress of Phlebology and Lymphology of the Argentine College of Venous and Lymphatic Surgery and the VII International Interuniversity Congress of Advances in Phlebology, Lymphology and Aesthetics, an event that takes place at the Intercontinental Hotel in Buenos Aires. On Friday, June 8 at 8:00 am Dr. Mariana Cannelloto, medical director of BioBarica,

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7
Jun

BioBarica in the European Oncology Convention

BioBarica was present at the European Oncology Convention, the leading commercial event in Europe for professionals working to study and treat cancerous tumors. The fair was held at the ExCel exhibition center in London on June 6 and 7. It also brought together more than 100 innovative exhibitors from more than 20 countries, 85 experts who gave seminars and held

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5
Jun

Why to choose BioBarica for hyperbaric oxigenation treatment?

Accessibility to medical centers Hyperbaric Medicine has evolved in the world, allowing doctors to access it as adjuvant therapy for many pathologies. The BioBarica centers use the Revitalair® 430 technology chambers, making TOHB a more accessible therapy for patients and professionals, due to the wide expansion of centers that work interconnected with each other and with standardized quality standards in

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4
Jun

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment in cancer patients

A tumor is an alteration of the tissues that produces an increase in volume. It is an abnormal enlargement of a part of the body that appears, therefore, swollen or distended. When cells suffer abnormal growth and have no physiological function, they tend to invade other parts of the body. There are benign tumors and malignant tumors. Benign tumors are

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28
May

Oxidative stress and hyperbaric oxygenation treatment

The toxicity of oxygen in the lungs depends on the following factors: the concentration of the inspired gas; the duration of exposure of the gas and the individual susceptibility. This individual susceptibility will depend on the metabolism and protective capacity of endogenous antioxidants. For this reason hyperbaric oxygenation could produce acute or neurological poisoning when breathing at pressures above 3

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24
May

New center in Perú

A new service center was inaugurated in the Municipal Hospital of Arequipa, Peru. The headquarters is located on Pumacahua Avenue, on Cerro Colorado, and will offer the benefits of hyperbaric chamber treatment to the community. The opening was attended by the medical director, Dr. Oscar Morriberon, and the CEO of BioBarica, Claudio Teler, who gave a talk on the use

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22
May

Scientific fundamentals of HBOT in diabetic foot

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment is one of the most effective and safe medical tools that can reduce the major amputation of extremities of patients with severely infected diabetic foot. It is a statistically proven treatment option and supported by studies in evidence-based medicine, as long as it is used in conjunction with conventional treatment, without replacing (or delaying) revascularization when necessary

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14
May

Effects of hyperbaric oxygenation treatment

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment (HBOT) is a type of non-invasive therapy that consists of administering oxygen (O2) at a pressure greater than the atmospheric for therapeutic purposes. It has a set of physiological effects that affect every person subjected to the hyperbaric environment. The therapeutic effects are based on the increase of oxygen in plasma that improves tissue availability. Its side

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