What is HBOT?

Hyperbaric medication (HBOT) is a medical treatment that consists of a pressure chamber and delivering 100% oxygen.

The intake of pure oxygen that gets delivered directly into the blood plasma, in combination with the increased atmospheric pressure, increases the distance of oxygen diffusing into the tissue by 400% and provides the body over 15 times the regular supply of oxygen.

HBOT activates an oxidant enzyme production, cellular oxygenation and regeneration.

Positive effects

Main Benefits

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Bacteria Killer

- Eliminates anaerobic bacteria.

- Prevents bacterial growth.

- Increases white blood cell regeneration & efficiency.

- Eases antibiotics to cross bacterial cell walls.

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wound-healing

- Powerful vasoconstrictor.

- Facilitates the transportation of oxygen to tissues.

- Improves production of fibroblasts.

- Stimulates the synthesis of collagen.



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anti-inflammatory

- Augments oxygen concentration in the blood plasma.

- Reduces edema.

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Immunostimulant

- Stimulates cellular immunity.

- Increases the production of stem cells.

- Improves medication absorption.

HBOT

Treatable Diseases

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Cardiology

- MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

- LYMPHANGITIS

- REPERFUSION

- HYPOTENSION

- ACUTE ANEMIA

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Dermatology

- BURNS

- GRAFTS

- POISONING

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Pneumology

- PULMONARY EDEMA

- SINUSITIS

- PLEURITIS

- PULMONARY HEMORRHAGE

- CO2 INTOXICATION



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Ophthalmology

- CORTICAL BLINDNESS

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Gastroenterology

- ILEUS

- PANCREATITIS

- REPERFUSION

- ULCERS

- PERITONITIS

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Infectology

- OSTEOMYELITIS

- SEPTIC ARTHRITIS

- SEPTICEMIA

- ENDOTOXEMIA

- LYME DISEASE

- BLASTOMYCOSIS

- INTRACRANIAL & ABDOMINAL ABSCESS

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Neurology

- CRANIAL TRAUMA

- SPINAL TRAUMA

- ISCHEMIA

- TETRAPARESIS

- PROTOZOAL MYELITIS

- PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURY

- FIBROCARTILAGENOUS EMBOLI

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Trauma - Rheumatology

- TENDONITIS

- DESMITIS

- FRACTURE

- PERIOSTITIS

- MYOSITIS

- LAMINITIS

- CRUSH INJURIES

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