Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment is a non-invasive method that involves breathing high concentrations of oxygen in a pressurized hyperbaric chamber. The increased availability of oxygen in the blood reaches the affected tissues. This triggers different
physiological effects beneficial to the body. The hyperbaric chamber is used to improve the symptoms of pathologies that occur with hypoxia or lack of oxygen. It is a treatment that the doctor uses along with other
tools. The hyperbaric chamber does not cure, but it does accelerate the recovery processes.
A Hyperbaric Chamber session lasts from 60 to 90 minutes with a frequency between 2 to 6 times.
It is requested to enter with comfortable clothes and without footwear. Patients can also enter with pillows, blankets, music, and books. It is important to note that a hyperbaric chamber session does not act as a remedy, it has a certain half-life. The duration and frequency of the sessions must always be indicated by the doctor to obtain maximum treatment efficiency.
Medical professionals indicate hyperbaric oxygenation treatment for conditions that present with pain and inflammation, because it accelerates rehabilitation, and promotes wound healing. Learn more here.
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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy triggers hyperoxia (increased availability of oxygen in the blood plasma). Hyperoxia has different benefits for the organism, including:
Oxygen absorption is through the airway, the lung, not the skin. As the pressure in the environment increases, so does the diffusion of the supplied oxygen. This means that it increases oxygen in the blood and in all tissues of the body.
Hyperbaric oxygenation treatment at Biobarica centers is performed at an effective and completely safe pressure. There is no risk of oxygen toxicity.
The only discomfort that can be felt inside the hyperbaric chamber is the same one that is felt in the ears when an airplane takes off. In each session, the ears must be decompressed to avoid these discomforts during the compression and decompression
process of the hyperbaric chamber, which only takes 5 minutes.
Our hyperbaric chambers have ten windows and constant ventilation, as well as a system of fast opening and closing valves that the patient can manipulate to leave in seconds when required. For this reason, claustrophobia is not a contraindication for
hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
When treating a patient with autism or cerebral palsy, the child may be accompanied within the chamber by a family member.
People with reduced mobility can enter the hyperbaric chamber, as it has a removable stretcher system. The operator also helps them during the process.