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The OxyHelp Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy chamber is designed and built to very strict medical and technological specifications to bring the healing powers of oxygen for each individual, according to a customized individual treatment protocol.
The oxygen intake process inside a pressurized chamber helps the body receive oxygen in supplemented amounts and transport it to blood cells, blood plasma, cerebral-spinal fluid, and other vital fluids. Increased oxygen delivery to the damaged tissues promotes healing and provides relief.
Hyperbaric Medicine is a complementary field of medical interventions that crosses a number of specializations - from neurology, infectious disease treatment, oncology, radiation therapy, rheumatology – to help in the aid of a wide range of medical conditions and enhance the quality of life, either as a primary or adjunctive treatment.
Initially developed as a treatment for decompression sickness for scuba divers that resurface and need to regain normal pressure equilibrium, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has found numerous medical applications for the treatment of various conditions.Read about the potential risks
Oxygen is greatly required for normal cell metabolism. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has a growing body of research for medical references and it is popularly used by celebrities as an anti-aging treatment, professional athletes to speed up injury recovery and war veterans to relieve chronic symptoms or to potentially treat traumatic brain injury.
Gemma Morris, a Sky News reporter who previously presented the case of a young boy undergoing hyperbaric oxygen therapy, decides to try it for herself in one of our hyperbaric chambers, the Oxylife I. Inside the chamber, she communicates with Dr. Pender and Tim, the owner of the clinic, through the speaker phone. They answer her questions such as what happens inside the body during the therapy and what are the effects and benefits of the therapy.
We purchased our Oxyhelp chamber in September 2016. Before that, our company owned a Japanese model which didn’t work as we expected (there were recurrent small issues which prevented us from using it regularly). Before buying our new chamber from OxyHelp we were able to discuss all the questions that arised during our work with the previous one. The company owners were very understanding and treated our case individually with regard to all those problems we had with the previous chamber and to our particular (difficult at that time) situation. The staff was always there to answer our questions. In case we needed personal intervention (upgrading of our chamber) it was provided without delay. Besides that there were no problems with our chamber. It is reliable and never disappoints us.
Hyperbaric expert Dr Robert Pender talks in this short video about the usage of hyperbaric chamber for autism, stroke, brain damage and cancer patients.
We helped install the Oxyhelp hyperbaric chamber, model Oxylife I 80 in Russia, The Republic of Dagestan, for a medical center that provides oxygen therapy sessions for clients of all ages.
I was looking for hyperbaric chambers that would meet EU requirements, which can be helpful for people with any illnesses. I found OxyHelp Industry, a manufacturer that values safety and comfort, ease of operation and service, including warranty conditions. The OxyHelp hyperbaric oxygen chamber is perfect for people that need the health benefits provided by Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.
It is a common belief that we breathe with our lungs alone, but in point of fact, the work of breathing is done by the whole body.
Price includes the OxyLife I chamber and control unit without the AirSep oxygen concentrator or the cooler. The discount applies to accessories as well. The oxygen concentrator with 10L/min has a running price of 1900 Euro.
The chamber features standard feeding nozzles on the interior which can connect any type of mask. Find a type you feel comfortable wearing and use it. Please get them locally.
Yes, pressure control is only limited by software. The higher pressure settings are protected by manufacturer password. Once inserted, the computer allows pressure control settings higher than 1.5 ATA.
The OxyLife I chamber is currently marked and sold as a non-medical device, with a software limitation of 1.5 ATA pressure. OxyHelp chambers are built for 2 ATA max working pressure with automatic controls (computer touch panel). All chambers are built according to PVHO (Pressure Vessels for Human Occupancy) standards (X-Ray, ultrasounds and dye penetrant liquids inspections) by authorized laboratories.
Following the CE certification for Class IIB medical devices, the software upgrade for 2 ATA pressure will be available for 2000 Euro. Consequently, Class IIB certified medical device chambers (same product, current model) will have the price increased by 35%. CE certification for Class IIB medical devices will be available in the near future.