HBOT India Launches Medical Grade 3 ATA Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Delhi NCR, India
What is hyperbaric oxygen?
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a medical treatment in which a person breathes pure oxygen inside a chamber pressurized to a level higher than normal atmospheric pressure. This process allows the body to absorb more oxygen, which can help to promote healing and fight infection.
HBOT India has launched this therapy in Delhi NCR to give patients access to this advanced medical treatment. The therapy treats many health problems, such as decompression sickness, carbon monoxide poisoning, and wounds that take a long time to heal. It may also treat multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and brain injury.
HBOT is a safe and effective treatment option for many patients, and the team at HBOT India is dedicated to providing high-quality care to all patients. Launching this therapy in Delhi NCR is an important step in expanding the region’s access to advanced medical treatment.
What are the benefits of Hyperbaric oxygen?
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) can provide a number of benefits, including:
HBOT can help promote healing in the body by increasing the amount of oxygen available to the tissues. This can be particularly helpful for wounds that are slow to heal, such as those caused by diabetes or radiation injuries.
Improved immune function:
HBOT can help stimulate the immune system and improve its function, which can help fight infection and reduce the risk of illness.
HBOT can help reduce inflammation in the body, which can benefit individuals with conditions such as arthritis or other inflammatory conditions.
Improved brain function:
High-pressure oxygen therapy (HBOT) may improve brain function by giving the brain more oxygen. This can be helpful for individuals with conditions such as brain injury or stroke.
Enhanced athletic performance:
Some athletes may use HBOT to improve their physical performance.
Reduced symptoms of certain conditions:
HBOT may be used to help reduce the symptoms of certain conditions, including decompression sickness, carbon monoxide poisoning, and some types of brain injury.
Overall, HBOT can be a safe and effective way to treat a wide range of health problems in several people.
What are the approved indications for hyperbaric oxygen therapy?
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given its approval for the following uses of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT):
HBOT is used to treat decompression sickness, which happens when a diver comes out of deep water too quickly, and nitrogen bubbles form in the body.
Carbon monoxide poisoning:
HBOT is used to treat carbon monoxide poisoning, which can occur when a person inhales carbon monoxide, a toxic gas.
HBOT treats gas gangrene, a bacterial infection that can cause tissue death.
Crush injury, compartment syndrome, and other traumatic injuries:
HBOT treats crush injuries, compartment syndrome, and other traumatic injuries that can cause tissue death.
HBOT is used to treat thermal burns, which are burns caused by contact with heat or flames.
Wounds that are slow to heal:
HBOT is used to treat wounds that are slow to heal due to conditions such as diabetes or radiation injury.
Skin grafts and flaps:
HBOT is used to treat skin grafts and flaps, surgical procedures used to cover wounds or repair damaged skin.
HBOT is used to treat chronic wounds, which are wounds that have not improved with other treatments.
Diabetic foot ulcers:
HBOT may be used to treat diabetic foot ulcers, which are wounds that occur on the feet of individuals with diabetes.
Sudden sensory hearing loss:
HBOT may be used to treat sudden sensory hearing loss, which is a sudden loss of hearing that occurs without a known cause.
HBOT may be used to treat anaemia, a condition in which the body is not producing enough Red Blood Cells in the body.
While the FDA has approved HBOT for treating these conditions, it is important to note that it may not be appropriate for everyone. Therefore, discussing this with a medical professional is important to determine if HBOT is appropriate for your specific needs.
Hyperbaric oxygen is now in Delhi NCR (Gurugram)
HBOT India has brought a Medical Grade 3 ATA Hyperbaric Oxygen machine to Delhi NCR, providing patients with access to advanced medical treatment that was not previously available at any regional hospital. The availability of the Medical Grade 3 ATA Hyperbaric Oxygen machine in Delhi NCR is an important step in expanding access to advanced medical treatment in the region. The team at HBOT India provides high-quality care to all its patients. In addition, it is committed to helping improve the health and well-being of the community.
HBOT India and HCAH have collaborated to bring hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) to Delhi NCR. This partnership has enabled the two organizations to expand access to advanced medical treatment in the region and improve the health and well-being of the community.
The doctors at HBOT India are certified by the approving authorities from the United States, demonstrating their expertise and commitment to providing the highest level of care to their patients. The HBOT India Centre in Delhi NCR has some of the most trained and certified staff and doctors in hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT). These professionals are dedicated to providing high-quality care to all of their patients. In addition, they are committed to helping improve the health and well-being of the community.