Tag: Hyperbaric Medicine

30
Nov

¿What is Vertiginous Syndrome?

Vertigo is a common discomfort. However, it can be part of the medical picture of a more serious pathology, such as vertiginous syndrome. The Vertiginous Syndrome is a set of signs and symptoms that are diagnosed when the patient refers that the objects around him turn or are in movement. Some of the signs are: difficulty for walking or instability,

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28
Nov

15 cases in which the doctor recommends treatment in a hyperbaric chamber

The treatment with Hyperbaric Oxygenation (HBOT) is a non-invasive method that consists of supplying oxygen at high concentrations in a pressurized Hyperbaric Chamber at a minimum of 1.4 atmospheres (ATM). This generates a Hyperoxia, meaning that it significantly increases the level of Oxygen in the blood and, therefore, in the tissues. Hyperoxia triggers numerous health benefits. These are 15 cases

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27
Nov

How to take care of a surgical wound?

Surgical wounds are the result of surgical procedures. Although in most cases they heal normally, sometimes infection and damage to the blood vessels cause them to take longer to heal. Sometimes the surgical wounds open. This can happen in the entire incision or only in one part. The doctor may decide not to suture it again. In this case it

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24
Nov

WE OPEN A NEW CENTER IN BAHÍA BLANCA

A new service center opened its doors in Bahía Blanca, Province of Buenos Aires. The headquarters is located at Alsina 575 and was inaugurated on November 23 to offer the benefits of hyperbaric medicine to the community. Hyperbaric chamber treatment is a safe and non-invasive treatment. The patients enters to a pressurized hyperbaric chamber, where they are given high doses

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22
Nov

EFFECTS OF HYPERBARIC MEDICINE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC FATIGUE

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a disease characterized by intense physical and mental fatigue that does not disappear significantly after resting and it is worse with physical or mental activity. The disease requires a substantial reduction in the rhythm of life. CFS has a big impact on the lives of those who suffer from it. Not only because of the

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16
Nov

How does the hyperbaric chamber contribute to anemia?

Anemia is a disease in which the blood has fewer red blood cells than normal. Anemia also occurs when red blood cells do not contain enough hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is an iron-rich protein that gives blood the color red. This protein allows red blood cells to carry oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. The main symptoms of

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14
Nov

The Diabetic Foot and the treatment with Hyperbaric Medicine

Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when blood sugar levels rise and the pancreas is unable to produce enough insulin to regulate them. In some cases it causes health complications such as blindness, heart disease, kidney failure and lower menbers amputation. The symptoms are: Weight loss without reason Increase in appetite Excessive thirst and frequent urge to urinate Changes

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12
Sep

HYPERBARIC CHAMBER: PRESSURIZED WITH O2 OR CLEAN AIR

From its beginnings, the hyperbaric chambers were pressurized with pure oxygen, due to the technical and operative possibilities. These were large medical devices that could not be moved and were difficult to manipulate. In addition, patients were forbidden to enter with cotton clothing, rings, chains or watches. They even had to moisten their hair in order to avoid generating a

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6
Sep

BIOBARICA OBTAINED CERTIFICATION TO OPERATE IN COLOMBIA

The Technical Director of Medical Devices and other Technologies of National Institute for Drug and Food Surveillance (INVIMA) granted the certification that enables BioBarica to market the Revitalair 430 hyperbaric chambers in Colombia. This is a great step that opens new doors and allows to continue expanding the market in Latin America. BioBarica recently incorporated a distributor in Colombia: Medinsumos,

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25
Jul

THE HYPERBARIC CHAMBER IS AN ALLY OF THE PATIENTS WITH ARTHROSIS

Arthrosis is a chronic desease that attacks joints. It is a major cause of disability in adults over 60 years old, but may also be suffered by younger people. It is a very frequent degenerative condition that can cause pain, due to the friction of the bones by lack of cartilage; Stiffness after some period of inactivity; inflammation and edema,

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