India Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber

Monoplace & Multiplace Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy chambers for human & veterinary applications at most affordable prices to suit stand alone centers & small clinics to large hospital facilities.

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" We are driven by our passionate belief that Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy will be within the reach of every one that needs the benefit of the oxygen revolution can render in India " - Bird.J.K

What is HBOT

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy:

" Hyper " means increased and "baric" relates to pressure. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) thus refers to intermittent treatment of the entire body with 100-percent oxygen at greater than normal atmospheric pressures. 

The earth's atmosphere normally exerts approximately 15 pounds per square inch of pressure at sea level. That pressure is defined as one atmosphere absolute (abbreviated as 1 ATA). In the ambient atmosphere we normally breathe approximately 20 percent oxygen and 80 percent nitrogen. 

While undergoing HBOT, pressure is increased up to two times (2 ATA) in 100% oxygen.  This increased pressure, combined with an increase in oxygen to 100 percent, dissolves oxygen in the blood plasma and in all body cells, tissues and fluids at up to 10 times normal concentration—high enough to sustain life with no blood at all (from 20% to 100% oxygen is a 5-fold increase, from 1 ATA to 2 ATA can double this again to a 10-fold or 1,000% increase).

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy treatment has three phases:

Compression: Once the patient is situated comfortably inside, the chamber door is sealed and pressurization begins.  At any time compression can be slowed or stopped.  Compression typically takes 15 minutes, but can be tailored to each individual patient.

Treatment:  Once at depth, the patient is put on pure oxygen.  The chamber will be continuously ventilated to ensure the climate in the chamber is comfortable.  Treatment typically takes 60 minutes, but may vary depending on the prescription.

Decompression:  Once the time at the treatment depth is completed, depressurization begins.  Air  / Oxygen is slowly exhausted out of the chamber; decreasing the pressure and bringing the patient back to the surface.  Decompression typically takes 15 minutes

1) greatly increases oxygen concentration in all body tissues, even with reduced or blocked blood flow
2) stimulates the growth of new blood vessels to locations with reduced circulation, improving blood flow to areas with arterial blockage
3) causes a rebound arterial dilation after HBOT, resulting in an increased blood vessel diameter greater than when therapy began, improving blood flow to compromised organs;
4) stimulates an adaptive increase in superoxide dismutase (SOD), one of the body's principal, internally produced antioxidants and free radical scavengers
5) aids the treatment of infection by enhancing white blood cell action and potentiating germ-killing antibiotics

HBOT has only lately begun to gain recognition for treatment of chronic degenerative health problems related to atherosclerosis, stroke, peripheral vascular disease, diabetic ulcers, wound healing, cerebral palsy, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, macular degeneration, and many other disorders.

Wherever blood flow and oxygen delivery to vital organs is reduced, function and healing can potentially be aided with HBOT. For example, when the brain is injured by stroke, CP, or trauma, HBO may wake up stunned parts of the brain to restore function.

Mononoplace Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy chamber 
with 100 % oxygen

Multiplace Chambers upto 20 seats

Internal view of Multiplace Chamber
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The content and information provided within this site is for informational and educational purposes only. Consult a doctor before pursuing any form of therapy, including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. The Information provided within this site is not to be considered Medical Advice.