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Hyperbaric chamber

The hyperbaric chamber is a medical device, perfectly adapted tosupply high purity oxygen at a higher pressure than usual, thus increasing the concentration of O2 in our body. In addition, they have an entry and exit system for people with reduced mobility. This treatment is effective, non-invasive and without adverse effects. FIVAN hyperbaric chambers are individual and reach a pressure of 1.45 ATA

The hyperbaric chamber is used in different medical treatments, such as the treatment of non-healing wounds, the treatment of infections, the treatment of poisoning by carbon monoxide and other toxic gases, the treatment of decompression sickness in divers, and the treatment of some neurological disorders, such as air embolism syndrome and Alzheimer's disease.

The hyperbaric chamber is generally safe and well tolerated. The most common side effects are mild and temporary, such as pressure in the ears, headache, and fatigue. However, in rare cases, more serious side effects, such as lung damage or ear damage, may occur. Therefore, the hyperbaric chamber should be used under the supervision of trained professionals and in a suitable environment.


List ofdiseases where the hyperbaric chamber has been applied:

  • Decompression sickness in divers

  • Poisoning by carbon monoxide and other toxic gases

  • gas gangrene

  • Soft tissue and bone infections (such as osteomyelitis)

  • Wounds that do not heal, such as diabetic ulcers and radiation therapy injuries

  • Traumatic injuries, such as traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries

  • Severe burns

  • Compartment syndrome

  • Migraines and other headaches

  • Ringing in the ears

  • Osteonecrosis (death of bone tissue due to interruption of blood supply)

  • Avascular necrosis (tissue death due to lack of blood supply)

  • Raynaud's disease (a disorder that affects blood circulation in the fingers and extremities)

  • Sickle cell anemia

  • Radiation injuries

  • Spinal cord compression syndrome

  • Neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis

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