What We Provide?
We have gained our experience in our own oxygen therapy centers, as well as through our cooperation with university institutions and hospitals specialized in hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
In our creation process we have had the support of authorities in the field of medicine and technology, whose guidelines and recommendations we have based on. We strictly comply with safety regulations.
-Design and Manufacture of the Chambers
-Installation, Integration, and Verification
-Maintenance and Spare Parts
-Troubleshooting and Technical Support
How ıs HBOT applıed?
Pressure chambers are cabins that allow patients to breathe oxygen under pressure by taking them inside. There are two types of pressure chambers, single and multi-person. In single-person pressure chambers, the pressure is usually increased by infusing pressurized oxygen, while in the multi-person pressure chamber, the pressure is increased by pressing the air inside. In single-person pressure rooms, patients directly breathe oxygen in the cabin, while in multi-person pressure rooms, patients breathe oxygen through a mask.
During HBOT, the majority of patients normally breathe 100% oxygen under a pressure of 2-2.5 times the atmospheric pressure we are in. Due to the possible side effects of oxygen, air breaks are given at regular intervals.
Thanks to the communication equipment of the pressure chambers, it is possible to continuously communicate with patients during HBOT. Some pressure rooms have equipment where patients can listen to music and watch television.
There is a control panel outside the pressure chamber. Treatment is managed from this panel. The operator using the pressure chamber and the health personnel who will accompany the patients inside are specially trained personnel.
In Whıch Dıseases It Is Used?
– Decompression sickness (profiteering)
– Air and gas embolism
– Carbon monoxide, cyanide poisoning, acute smoke inhalation
– Gas gangrene
– Soft tissue necrotizing infections
– Crush injuries and other acute traumatic ischemia
– Conditions in which wound healing is delayed
– Excessive blood loss
– Radiation necrosis
– Thermal burns
– Brain abs
– Sudden hearing loss