By increasing blood oxygen levels, normal blood gas and tissue function can be temporarily restored to aid in healing and the body's ability to fight infection, facilitating the overall healing process.
HBOT is usually a safe procedure. Complications are rare. You can also contact us to know more about hyperbaric ozone therapy.
Some possible but unusual risks, especially with pressures above 1.75 ATA, include transient myopia (nearsightedness), which is caused by temporary changes in the lens of the eye; Injury to the middle ear.
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Other risks include fluid leakage and rupture of the eardrum due to increased air pressure in the chambers; Lung collapse due to changes in air pressure (barotrauma); and convulsions due to too much oxygen in the central nervous system.
HBOT centers that use obsolete equipment that does not meet the recommended precautions or cut corners to properly remove exhaust air from outdoor spaces can cause fires due to the oxygen-rich environment of the cleaning room.
Hbot is usually done on an outpatient basis and does not require hospitalization.
There are basically two types of HBOT cameras: single seat (single maintenance) and multi-seat cameras (for recording several people simultaneously and supply oxygen via a mask or absorbent).
There are several service providers for HBOT systems. Such companies specialize in providing one or more seats for HBOT cameras.