|Type:||Integrated Gym Trainer|
|Place of Origin:||CHINA,Shanghai, China(Mainland)|
|Product Name:||Hard Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber|
|Application:||Beauty Salon,Spa,Clinic,Family Use|
|Packaging Detail:||package: wooden box chamber package size:226*97*119cm system machine package size:84*53*86cm|
|Selling Units:||Single item|
|Single package size:||226X97X119 cm|
|Single gross weight:||68.0 KG|
Length: 220cm (88inch)
Diameter: 75cm (30inch)
Air Compressor+Oxygen Concentrator+Cooler Machine
A: Hyperbarics is a technology in which the air pressure in the environment is increased. When a person's body is placed in a more pressure environment, it absorbs more oxygen molecules per volume of compressed air.
A:Usually 60-90 minutes for each time, 5-7 Times per week. Doctors recommend using it continuously every day, but one time per day is enough.
A: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is prescribed by a physician and performed under medical supervision. Although there are minor risks like all medical treatments, overall hyperbaric oxygen therapy is extremely safe.
A: Portable Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber is completely safe. The most common side effect is discomfort to the ears caused by pressure changes. To minimize the risk, patients learn to promote the adequate clearing of your ears during pressurization. Some patients may feel tired and dizzy after using hyperbaric chamber first time. It's a good signal that Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy will speed up the metabolism of your body. They are usually good signs in indicating detoxification.
A: When cells in the brain die, either from trauma or lack of oxygen, blood plasma leaks out into surrounding brain tissue causing swelling and reducing blood flow. These otherwise normal cells go dormant because they can't function without the appropriate amount of oxygen. HBOT dramatically increases the oxygen carried in the blood plasma, making oxygen available to heal damaged capillary walls, preventing plasma leakage and reducing swelling. As the swelling decreases, blood flow can be restored to the dormant tissue (neovascularization) and these cells then have the potential to function again.
Recovery from Plastic Surgery
Traumatic Brain InjuryAir or Gas Embolism
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Compartment Syndrome/Crush Injury/Other Traumatic Ischemias
Decompression Sickness (Bends)
Diabetic and Selected Wounds
Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection
Osteoradionecrosis and Radiation Tissue Damage
Skin Grafts and (Compromised) Flaps