Tag: HBOT

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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9
May

5 questions about fibromyalgia: What are your symptoms and how is it treated?

It affects the quality of life of 2.4% of the world population, having a greater incidence in women. At present and after many years of skepticism it is accepted as a disease. Fibromyalgia is a persistent and debilitating disorder that was underdiagnosed for a long time. Even in some cases patients, either due to ignorance or personal reasons, may have

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23
Apr

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Can Induce Angiogenesis and Regeneration of Nerve Fibers in Traumatic Brain Injury Patients

The  post-concussion  syndrome  (PCS)  is  a  complex  of symptoms  consisting  of  headaches,  dizziness,  imbalance,  vertigo, fatigue,  changes  in  sleep  pattern,  neuropsychiatric  symptoms,  and  cognitive impairments  (in  memory,  attention,  concentration  and  executive functions). PCS  is  most  often  described  in the  setting  of  mTBI,  but  may  also  occur  after  moderate  and  severe TBI.  In  Eight  to  Ninty  percent  of  mTBI  cases,  the 

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19
Apr

BioBarica is a finalist for the Med-Tech Innovation’s Advancing Healthcare award

Four finalists have been picked from the exhibitors who entered the inaugural Advancing Healthcare award at this year’s Med-Tech Innovation Expo The new category was established by the editorial team behind Med-Tech Innovation News, the leading publication for the UK’s medical device market. The finalists are BioBarica, a manufacturer of hyperbaric chambers, Bluefrog Design, a product design consultancy, contract manufacturer

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19
Apr

BioBarica present at Exposanitá 2018

From April 18th to 20th, BioBarica is in the Stand C60 of Exposanitá 2018, an event that presents the latest generation of services, products and solutions that companies and industry professionals study, design and innovate every day to make the administration of medical care more efficient and the process of attention of the person more effective. The fair is a

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13
Apr

Cerebral oxygenation and the recoverable brain

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States and a major source of disability. It is not only devastating to the patient and the family, but also creates a large financial drain on resources. In stroke it is often stated that most recovery takes place in the first three months. However, sequential SPECT scanning has indicated

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