June 2018

29
Jun

What are the benefits of the hyperbaric chamber in patients who have suffered a stroke?

Cerebral infarction occurs when an area of the brain tissue is left without blood supply because it obstructs a cerebral artery, usually by a thrombus or a plunger. Instead, stroke occurs when a blood vessel ruptures and affects the brain. Both are also known as strokes. There are risk factors that increase the possibility of suffering any of these diseases.

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26
Jun

Dr. Escribano: “Hyperbaric medicine is effective in diseases that occur with hypoxia”

Dr. Ane Jesús Escribano, an oncologist from La Paz Hospital in Madrid, addresses laSexta’s ‘¿What happens to me, doctor?’ program, what is hyperbaric oxygenation and what are its benefits. Hyperbaric oxygenation is a non-invasive method based on supplying air and oxygen at 1.45 atmospheres. “Hyperbaric medicine is used in treatments of diseases that occur with hypoxia”. Thanks to the hyperbaric

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19
Jun

The Hyperbaric Chamber helps a quick recovery for people suffering from migraines

A migraine is a pulsating and intense pain that affects the head. The pain may appear suddenly and may be accompanied by visual, neurological or gastrointestinal symptoms. It can start at any age, although it tends to be more frequent in women and its symptoms can appear between 10 and 30 years old. Generally, the pain of a migraine is

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12
Jun

Post-exercise Recovery: How can Hyperbaric Chamber treatment help?

Post-exercise recovery is post-workout recovery or we can also talk about post-competition. It is as important as the preparation before and during it. However, not all athletes perform it and this can cause muscle injuries. Football players, tennis players and basketball players have declared to benefit from this system for the recovery of injuries as well as to increase sports

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7
Jun

The hyperbaric chamber accelerates the recovery of chronic wounds

A chronic injury is one that has not healed after a reasonable period of time. Normally this occurs because in the lesion there is hypoxia and ischemia. Application in HBOT in chronic wounds: – Decubitus bedsores. – Arterial or venous ulcers. – Diabetic foot. – Injuries induced by radiotherapy. – Chronic wounds. Chronic wounds are caused by several causes such

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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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