Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a safe, non-invasive treatment that targets and repairs damaged body tissue caused by radiation therapy.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has demonstrated significant benefits in the salvage of compromised skin grafts and flaps, such as increasing circulation and oxygenation, creating new blood vessels, stimulating fibroblasts, enhancing white blood cells, and over time, lessening irradiated tissue damage.
A new study shows HBOT improves outcomes, recovery times, and limits side effects in patients undergoing phenol chemical peeling (PCP).
After a concussion, a patient should seek medical care right away, follow a customized recovery plan, receive hyperbaric oxygen therapy, adjust food choices, and refrain from drinking alcohol.
One possible cause of hematuria that you may not have considered is delayed radiation damage, as a result of receiving radiation therapy.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been shown to help patients with brain damage caused by a stroke. Recent research supports its positive impacts on patients who receive treatment.
Recent research demonstrates the effectiveness of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) as a viable treatment for sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL), showing the non-invasive therapy especially advantageous for those with more severe cases.
Crush syndrome is a serious complication of crush injury, in which the compression of muscles sends damaging toxins into the body’s bloodstream. Typically, shock or kidney failure follows.