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HBOT-India unveils medical-grade hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Gurugram

19 August 2022 | News

Adding hyperbaric oxygen therapy to the standard of care reduces the risk of major amputation by approx 20-30 per cent

Image credit: https://hbot-india.com/

Image credit: https://hbot-india.com/

HBOT-India has launched one of the first medical-grade hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Gurugram, Delhi NCR. Adding hyperbaric oxygen therapy to the standard of care reduces the risk of major amputation by approx 20-30 per cent and increases wound healing rate by 9-10 times. Further benefits of hyperbaric oxygen are not just limited to diabetic foot ulcer treatment but stretch wider into many diseases and conditions.

Dr Mandeep Singh Malhotra, Surgical Oncologist (Clinical Lead & Mentor – Art of Healing Cancer- AOHC) suggests as per research that in a single hour of HBOT treatment, the body takes in approximately about 2.4 pounds of oxygen into the tissue and this increased oxygen benefits by
  

  • Increase oxygen delivery to tissues with compromised blood flow such as diabetic foot ulcers, stroke, trauma, flaps, necrotic tissue in cancer, etc.
  • Decreases swelling and inflammation by deactivation of toxins; Increases the ability of the body’s immune cells to fight off infections.
  • Stimulates new blood vessels and capillary growth that aid in wound healing and also removal of toxins and waste products.
  • Increases the active firing of nerve cells thus helping in neural recovery.

    Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has documented benefits in many diseases like:

        
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Wound healing
  • Severe anaemia
  • Delayed radiation injury or radiation necrosis
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Gangrene
  • Compromised Grafts & Flaps
  •  Vision loss or sudden hearing loss
  • Brain Abscess

There are certain other conditions in which HBOT is likely to benefit:
 

  • Brain stroke
  • Brain-related disorders like Alzheimer, Paralysis, Parkinson’s, Brain Fog, etc
  • Refractory cancers which do not respond to chemotherapy.


     

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