How To Administer Hyperbaric Treatment To Patients

HBOT for Autism

Hyperbaric treatment have been found to yield some positive results in patients suffering from autism, decompression sickness, gas embolism, cerebral palsy and other conditions caused by the paucity of oxygen supply to the different body parts. This treatment is administered under artificial conditions of high atmospheric pressure, or rather, high oxygen pressure. Patients are made to breathe in pure oxygen and this improves the oxygen content in the various organs and tissues, and blood plasma. Here is basic outline about the ways of operating a hyperbaric chamber. Firstly, instruct the…

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HOLLI’s Wellness Conference on Hyperbaric Therapy in April 21, 2012

HBOT for Autism

The Wellness Conference 2012 is on the treatment by hyperbaric therapy. The conference is on April 21, 2012 from three to 10 pm. The conference would bring forth three renowned speakers who would give a comprehensive overview in the field of hyperbaric therapy. This will be at the Gig Harbor Boys & Girls Club, 8502 Skansie Ave. in Gig Harbor. The conference by Helping Others Live Life Initiative (HOLLI) would have renowned guest speakers, Dr. Bradstreet, researcher of stem cells and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Shannon Kenitz, president of the International…

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Hyperbaric Chambers Helps Treat Patients Suffering From Strokes

HBOT for Autism

Oxygen is the reason why living beings are alive. It’s a blessing that separates earth from the other planets. The planet is living because of oxygen. Now oxygen is channelized to treat human health. With the help of hyperbaric oxygen you can turn the impossible into possible. Experts have found out that oxygen therapy works wonders in treating stroke. They made use of Hyperbaric Chambers to treat patients suffering from strokes and found out that the victims on being administered with oxygen therapy showed blood vessel development. The study revealed…

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Success Story with HBOT Therapy

It all started when Sam suffered a massive stroke in June 2006, which Laureen mistook to be the ill effects of a vomiting bug. Sam made it to the hospital only the following morning, and had been lying at home all through the previous evening and the night. According to the doctors, there were minor or no chances of survival, and even if he did make it, he would probably live with paralysis forever.

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for the Treatment of Stroke

Stroke is the third largest cause of death, and the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States.  Stroke is a form of cardiovascular disease, affecting blood flow to and within the brain. A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain either bursts or is blocked.  This causes areas of the brain, which are not receiving oxygen through blood, to die or become dormant.  When areas of the brain die from a stroke, the area of the body corresponding to the…

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Curing Autism With HBOT Therapy – A Case Study

A Case Study Subject: Curing Autism With HBOT Therapy George completed 40 HBOT outpatient treatments at 1.3 atmospheres for the first five treatments and then moved up to 1.5 atmospheres for the last 35 treatments. His improvements are in the areas of: language (pragmatics) social skills It appears he is mastering and acquisitioning in his ABA program much more and much faster than ever before. (They are on theory of mind and advanced skills with curriculum helpers for abstract/new concepts at school.) In addition, his abstract concepts are really picking…

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Treatment Methods used during HBOT Therapy or Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy:

Treatment Procedure –  Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: Eighteen children with autism, ages 3-16 years, underwent 40 hyperbaric sessions of 45 minutes duration each at either 1.5 atmospheres (atm) and 100% oxygen, or at 1.3 atm and 24% oxygen. Measurements of C-reactive protein (CRP) and markers of oxidative stress, including plasma oxidized glutathione (GSSG), are  assessed by fasting blood draws collected before and after the 40 treatments. Changes in clinical symptoms, as rated by parents, are also assessed. The children are closely monitored for potential adverse effects. Results: At the endpoint of…

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Tiger Woods heals with Hyperbaric Treatment

Excerpt: Q. You’ve been known as a great proponent of drug testing on the PGA TOUR, as you probably know Dr. Anthony Galea was arrested with performance-enhancing drugs in his possession and as you know Dr. Galea said he’s been to your to your home four times. Why did you feel it was necessary to have this particular doctor tore come to your home and what did he specifically do for you? TIGER WOODS: Okay. Well, Christine, he did come to my house. He never gave me HGH or any…

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy used in Autism Treatment

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has been utilized to treat Autism in many countries throughout the globe.  The rationale behind using hyperbaric for Autism is that the treatments increase cerebral blood flow and thus oxygen is delivered to areas of the brain, which are thought to be oxygen deficient.  Greater amounts of blood and oxygen begin to stimulate cerebral tissues and aid in recovery of idling neurons. HBOT also reduces excess fluids and swelling of brain tissues which aid in neurological function and a less confused state in Autistics. Hyperbaric is…

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History of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) and its uses.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) has a long history. The first chamber used to treat patients was constructed in 1662 by Henshaw. And yes, that date is correct, which makes hyperbaric therapy almost 350 years old. Needless to say, there have been a large number of studies done, and its effectiveness has been well established. What Does a typical  HBOT treatment involve? HBOT treatments involve placing you in a chamber, and then increasing the atmospheric pressure. During the treatment you breathe pure oxygen. This saturates the tissues with oxygen, and reverses…

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