A burn is an injury to the skin or other organic tissue caused mainly by heat or radiation, radioactivity, electricity, friction or contact with chemicals. According to WHO data: Burns cause approximately 180,000 deaths per year, most of which occur in low and middle income countries. Injuries from non-fatal burns are one of the main causes of morbidity. Burns occur
Hypoxia or decreased oxygen transported by the blood to the organs is one of the factors that prevents proper healing of wounds, grafts, ulcers or diabetic foot. Various scientific research has shown that Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is effective in reversing this situation, shortening healing times, reducing the risk of infections, and improving the clinical picture of patients. When the
Over the years, scientific studies have shown that patients with wounds, grafts, ulcers or diabetic foot receiving oxygen at high concentrations within a hyperbaric chamber evolve more rapidly than those who do not complement the usual treatment with this therapy. In other words, Hyperbaric Oxygenation favors healing in wounds of any kind and greatly reduces the risks of amputation, even
From 3 to 5 May, in Amsterdam (Netherlands), BioBarica will be attending EWMA 2017, the 27th conference of the European Wound Management Association. Our distributors team in Netherlands and Leonardo Scannone from BioBarica Spain will provide information about the benefits of hyperbaric oxygen treatment on wound healing and will show our hyperbaric chamber.
The recovery time of an injury decreases by 30 to 40% Reduces period of hospitalization, so there will be greater availability of beds to treat other patients The least amount of downtime for the patient, who can resume his duties and a normal life. The increase of oxygen in blood produced by the hyperbaric chamber treatment generates a great amount