THIS IS A DANGEROUS METHOD OF TREATMENT?

INSIDE CHAMBER SAFETY Inside every hyperbaric chamber there is a risk of fire or emergency decompression. However, this risk is merely theoretical, since it is effectively excluded by various measures and procedures. In our facilities nothing even close to fire or emergency decompression risk has ever happened since 1996. Oxygen concentration in the chamber is continuously monitored and maintained within the range of safety. All the chamber occupants must wear clothes made from 100% cotton
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Dysbaric osteonecrosis

Dysbaric osteonecrosis is a term used to describe aseptic or avascular bone necrosis due to ischemia caused by gas bubbles, although the exact mechanism is still a matter of controversy. Typically it is a disease of deep-sea professional divers but affects more often recreational divers as well. Most commonly are affected long bones of arm and leg. The symptoms develop after a delay lasting from several months to several years after decompression. Diaphyseal damages are painless. Pain and
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Decompression sickness

Decompression sickness is a disease of divers and workers who breathe air at an increased pressure. It is caused by inert gas bubbles in tissues, most commonly nitrogen bubbles, mainly due to inappropriately fast ascent. The disease occurs in two main forms: type I., is considered to be a more mild form, affecting skin, muscles, bones and joints, while type II. is usually considered to be a more severe form, affecting all other organs (brain, spinal cord, heart, lungs, digestive system).
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