Hiperbaric chambers

The flow of high purity oxygen in a hyperbaric chamber is partnered with an increased atmospheric pressure. Under normal air conditions, only the hemoglobin found in the bloodstream carries oxygen around the body. During hyperbaric chamber, the abundance of breathable oxygen is compressed, dissolved, and forced deep into the body’s tissues. Thanks to the solubility of hyperbaric oxygen dissolved in tissues under pressure, the cells can get the necessary amount of it. This way even cells that were lacking oxygen because of circulatory problems, will be flooded with it.

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