HBO wound care is the integration of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) into a wound healing plan of care. This can also involve dressing changes, debridement, improving nutrition, and more.
Hyperbaric chambers for hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy are pressurized vessels. These chambers come in several different versions but all deliver more oxygen to the body at greater than 1 atmosphere of pressure. Learn about the different types of hyperbaric chambers and how they work.
Life Aid – A Story of Hope: Hyperbaric Medicine to Treat Brain Injury in Military & First Responders
Life Aid Research Institute seeks to improve brain health by researching and validating emerging technology and functional medicine therapies.
It's to increase the oxygen to the body’s tissues. Oxygen is vital for building new cells, and many diseases and injuries increase our demand for oxygen.1 Our normal breathing can’t compensate when the demand is too high.
Dr. Helen Gelly, C.E.O. of HyperbaRXs, was on the faculty panel at the 2nd Annual NCVH (New Cardiovascular Horizons) Latin American conference: An International Approach to Endovascular Interventions, in Costa Rica, San Jose.
When you meet with the HBO physician, an important question to ask them is how many treatments are typically required for your problem. For diabetic ulcers the typical treatment course ranges from 20-40 treatments, depending on clinical response.
The 23rd Annual Edition (Atlanta Metropolis 2013) of the Metro Ebony Pages featured Dr. Melanie Cooper, Medical Director of HyperbaRXs at Lithonia. The publication included two articles written by Dr. Cooper, “New Discoveries In Treating Diabetic Leg Ulcer” and “Hyperbaric Oxygen-A New Treatment to Heal Wounds.” Follow this link to read the issue on the Metro Ebony Pages website.
Dr. Hellen Gelly Speaks at The Complex Management of Systems Failure in the Cardiac Patient Conference
“The Complex Management of Systems Failure in the Cardiac Patient and a Workshop on Cardiac Metabolic Syndrome”, June 23-25, 2011 in Amman, Jordon, presented by the International Academy of Medicine.
We hear this comment from patients who learn about the availability of hyperbaric medicine every day. It is never a bad thing to ask your regular physician about many concerns such as diet choices, potential allergies, medications (particularly combinations of medications and/or supplements), and a wide range of issues that can affect your health.
HyperbaRXs & Wound Care Education Partners sponsored an Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine, on March 7-10, 2013, at the HyperbaRXs Corporate Office. Dr. Helen Gelly was one of the key faculty teaching this course.