CAN I USE THE CHAMBERS WHEN TAKING MEDICATION?

HBOT is rarely a reason for changing therapy. However, necessary precautions are important for your health. In that sense, please bring all your medications with you. If there are any medications you take as an injection or an i.v., our staff could also provide to you these services if requested by you.
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Diabetic disease with complications

Regardless of all usual measures, diet, exercise, surgical care and drug therapy, all complications of diabetic disease are an indication for HBOT. However, HBOT also plays an important role in the prevention of complications. "Diabetic foot" (please, check the part about chronic wounds) Arterial insufficiency I. - IV. degree and diabetic angiopathy: HBOT induces anti-oxidative defense mechanisms important for slowing down the atherosclerotic process and for correction of the existing
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Brain abscess

Numerous infectious organisms could cause brain abscess, amongst them the most often are anaerobes. Due to its structure, lack of vascular network and oxygen, abscess is difficult to treat with antibiotics that are otherwise first therapeutic option. Surgical drainage is used in encapsulated abscesses that would not heal or cause increase of intracranial pressure. Morbidity due to cerebral abscess is high, and there are severe neurological residua in the survived. In complicated case, when
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Historical development of HBOT

History of development of hyperbaric oxygenation in the world 1772. Carl Wilhelm Scheele, Swedish chemist, discovered oxygen, naming it "fire air". 1774. Joseph Priestly, British chemist, repeating the experiments done previously by Scheele, also "discovers" oxygen, but his name has traditionally remained connected with the historical fact of oxygen discovery, although erroneously. 1789. Lavoisier and Seguin describe oxygen toxicity effects. 1796. Beddoes and Watt published
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