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15
Feb

How can the hyperbaric chamber help treat childhood cancer?

The term “childhood cancer” includes different types of cancer that can appear in children before 15. Childhood cancer is rare. According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), it represents between 0.5% and 4.6% of the total burden of morbidity. The world incidence rates range between 50 and 200 per million children in the world. The characteristics of the

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14
Feb

New center in Egypt

BioBarica opened a new center in Egypt. Ibrahim Shehata, sales coordinator of the region, was present at the installation of the hyperbaric chamber and offered training to the staff that operates the unit in which an average of 10 patients are treated daily. Hyperbaric chamber treatment is a non-invasive method that consists of supplying air and oxygen under pressure in a

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14
Feb

The hyperbaric chamber benefits the recovery in oncological neck and head surgery

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment (HBOT) is accepted by the medical community due to the benefits and multiple applications it has. The rise of oxygen in the tissues results in a stimulus on the enzymatic system, on the adrenal glands, a decrease in insulin requirements, promotes the synthesis of prostaglandins, increases vascular neoformation, phagocytosis and therefore reduces sepsis for its bactericidal activity

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9
Feb

Indications and contraindications of the Hyperbaric Chamber

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment (HBOT) has a set of physiological effects that affect the patient who is subjected to a hyperbaric environment. The therapy provides a number of therapeutic effects based on the increase in plasma oxygen transport together with better tissue availability. The benefits are applicable in certain pathologies and their side effects are well defined. They are rare if

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8
Feb

Sudden idiopathic hearing loss and hyperbaric chamber

The idiopathic sudden hearing loss is the sensorineural loss greater than 30 dB that occurs in at least three continuous frequencies in the audiometry, in 72 hours or less. It is a disease of unknown cause, which can lead to permanent morbidity. Multiple treatments have been prescribed, including corticosteroids, vasodilators, immunosuppressants and antivirals, despite existing controversies. The most accepted treatment

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5
Feb

Extra oxygen against degenerative diseases

Patients affected by diseases such as osteoarthritis, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, diabetic foot, migraine, or suffering from burns or circulatory (vascular) problems, among other situations, now have a new aid in their treatment in Hyperbaric Medicine. In addition, it is also recommended in pre and post surgical patients, since it accelerates the recovery periods, decreases the possibility of infections, pain and

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2
Feb

How is Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment applied in oncology?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is a disease characterized by a process of uncontrolled growth and spread of cells. It can appear anywhere on the body. The tumor can invade the tissue around the affected area and cause metastasis at distant parts of the body. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Just in

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1
Feb

BioBarica in Arab Health TV

This week we were at Arab Health, the largest gathering of health and trade professionals in the Middle East and Africa. It was a great opportunity to generate contacts and business opportunities. We are very pleased to have been able to show our hyperbaric chamber and bring the benefits of hyperbaric oxygenation treatment to the region. We share with you

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31
Jan

The hyperbaric chamber and its effectiveness to treat cardiovascular diseases

Cardiovascular diseases are the main health problem in the adult population. More than 25% of the world population has some type of cardiovascular disease, which ranks first in the list of causes of death in people over 45 years in many countries of the world. Due to the importance of the circulatory system, and especially the heart, any alteration in

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29
Jan

How to prevent and treat eschar?

An eschar is an injury caused by constant pressure in a certain area of the body that causes damage to the underlying tissue. Soft tissue ischemia is produced by compression between two rigid structures, which are the bone and outer surface. There are many terms used to refer to them: eschars, bed sores and pressure ulcers. Not all of these

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