Research Shows HBOT Devices Market to Hit USD 2.9 Billion by 2020

As per Transparency Market Research’s market report, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) Devices Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 – 2020, the worldwide HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) devices market held a value of USD 1,851.6 million in the year 2013. The market is likely to grow at 7.2% CAGR in the period of forecast from the year 2014 to 2020, and would reach about USD 2,985.5 million in the year 2020. The HBOT devices market consists of topical HBOT devices, multiplace HBOT devices, and monoplace…

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All That You Ever Needed To Know About Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Let’s dissect the name first. Hyper meaning more and baric meaning pressure, that is how the therapy works. Increased pressure of the oxygen we breathe in signals the DNA in out cells to trigger healing activities that our body fails to perform under normal conditions. Oxygen and sugar is converted into cell-usable gasoline by the tiny organelles in our cell called mitochondria and the process is named cellular respiration. This however, is an extremely delicate process and even a hair thin alteration in the routine can knock the mitochondria off…

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An Insight on Commercial, Mono-Place HBOT Chambers and Multiplace HBOT Chambers

Commercial HBOT chambers are used in clinics and hospitals where the patients are monitored by doctors and medical professionals. The commercial HBOT chambers are not portable and its internal volume measures over 80,000 cubic inches. The length of these chambers measures almost nine feet and its diameter measures 31 inches. The chamber can withstand pressure of up to 4 psi. This chamber can accommodate both child and adult comfortably. Commercial HBOT chambers have dual layered polycarbonate windows which allow the light to come into enter the chamber. The attendant can…

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How Hyperbaric Therapy Boosts the Energy Level of the Athletes

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has come as a blessing to the athletes and sport persons. This therapy has been made easily available to them with help of the portable hyperbaric oxygen chamber. Their demand is steadily on the rise because the athletes want to stay fit and healthy. Infact now sportsmen have started to use it so widely that they are turning the use of HBOT chambers into a trend. The portable chambers come with a set that has a foldable, zip up chamber and a generator attached to it which…

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All You Need To Know About Monoplace Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers

HBOT therapy and HBOT chambers have delivered positive results in improving conditions of people diagnosed with autism, gas embolism, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, high-altitude sickness and stroke. The method of administering hyperbaric oxygen therapy is as follows- patients are asked to lie in a transparent bedchamber, the pressure of which is gradually increased to a full 100%. The patients are asked to breathe in pure oxygen while lying in the chamber during the allotted period. There are two types of HBOT chambers, namely monoplace and multiplace chambers. Here is…

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How Patients Feel During An Ongoing HBOT Therapy Session

HBOT Therapy is a completely painless, non-invasive medical procedure in which patients are made to breathe in pure oxygen at increased atmospheric pressure levels. The tables within the chambers are padded to provide extra comfort to the patient. It has been seen that patients often fall asleep in the course of an ongoing session. Some of them also hear music or read books and magazines. The transparent cover of the HBOT chambers allows patients to see and communicate with nurses and test administrators. This also prevents patients from feeling claustrophobic…

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An Overview Of HBOT Therapy And HBOT Chambers

Synonymously known as re-compression or decompression chamber, a HBOT (hyperbaric oxygen therapy) chamber is a sealed high-pressure oxygen bedchamber used for treating conditions like autism, carbon monoxide poisoning, gas embolism, tissue injury caused by radiation therapy, gas gangrene from anaerobic bacterial infection and a variety of other conditions caused by limited oxygen supply to body parts. Here are some of the useful results of undergoing HBOT therapy Hyperoxygenation: This therapy guarantees a marked increase in oxygen content in lymphatic fluid, cerebrospinal fluid and blood plasma, thereby stimulating the recovery process…

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