Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Overview
HBOT - Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy now available in private homes & practices

hyperbaric oxygen chamber 23 inch chamber

Are you shopping for an affordable
hyperbaric oxygen chamber?

• This is the most affordable full size portable oxygen chamber on the market.
• There is no other chamber that can compete with the advanced quality features that this oxygen chamber provides.
• It offers all the conveniences of the larger more expensive chambers at a fraction of the price.


Our chambers range in price from 5,000 to $15,000. 
Oxygen Concentrators, which provide concentrated oxygen are sold separately.
They cost from $1,600.00 to $2,500.00.

HBOT is rapidly growing in acceptance and being embraced as a viable means of treatment for a host of conditions that were previously untreatable. This is due to more and more people and practitioners coming forward to report their exceptional results. Oxygen Therapy Works!

Here are the different chambers we offer:

23 inch chamber
  • Accommodates one adult
  • 23" in diameter, 7’ long, 4 PSI (1.3 ATA)
Price: $5,495.00

This chamber includes:
  • One top window
  • One inflation valve & One auxiliary valve
  • Two inflatable bolsters, Airtight two-way zipper
  • Pressure gauge, Carbon filter, Mattress, Travel bag
28 inch chamber
  • Accommodates one adult & one child
  • 28" in diameter, 7’ long, 4 PSI (1.3 ATA)
Price: $ 9,495.00

This chamber includes:
  • One top window & Two end windows
  • Two inflation valves & Two auxiliary valves
  • Two inflatable bolsters, Airtight two-way zipper
  • Pressure gauge, Carbon filter, Mattress, Travel bag
40 inch vertial chamber
  • Accommodates two adults
  • 40" in diameter, 9’ long, 4 PSI (1.3 ATA)
Price: $15,995.00

This roomy chamber includes:
  • Two top windows & Two end windows
  • Two inflation valves & Two auxiliary valves
  • Two inflatable bolsters, Airtight two-way zipper
  • PVC frame, Carbon filter, Pressure gauge, Mattress, Travel bag
40 inch chamber
  • Accommodates one seated or standing adult
  • 45" bottom diameter, 36" top diameter, 6’ tall, 4 PSI (1.3 ATA)
Price: $12,995.00

This roomy chamber includes:
  • One top and one eye level window
  • Two inflation valves & Two auxiliary valves
  • Airtight two-way zipper, Dual compressors, PVC frame
  • Carbon filter, Pressure gauge, Mattress, Travel bag


 

Here is a Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber overview spec sheet as downloadable PDF file.

Please check out the Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Warranty Options

Please note: Chambers are only available in white as of 2012

Oxygen Chamber Features:

A high quality chamber with up to four windows and over 80,000+ cubic inches of internal volume. These spacious and well illuminated chambers allow for a positive, relaxed and stress free oxygen chamber experience every time. These chambers are tested to withstand pressures (4 psi) well beyond what other inflatable chambers can tolerate. Now available for the first time. A spacious high quality hyperbaric chamber that is built to provide years of successful oxygenating benefits.

Read more about the detailed features here

HYPERBARIC OXYGEN CHAMBER SPECIFICATIONS:

DimensionsDimensions:
This hyperbaric chamber measures over 34 inches in diameter and is 105 inches (8.75 feet) long. The chamber can easily fit both an adult and child at the same time.

Extra long zipper is provided to make entry and exit easier for those with disabilities.

SoloSolo Operation is Now Possible:
In addition to the standard pressure gauge on the outside of the chamber, an additional gauge is available for the inside of the chamber as well. For clients that want to use the chamber without any outside assistance, an internally visible gauge allows the chamber pressure to be properly maintained without guesswork. Simply twist the inside pressure gauge clockwise or counterclockwise to raise or lower the internal pressure.

Oxygen MaskOxygen:
This oxygen chamber can be easily fitted with a mask for the inhalation of pure oxygen during a session with either an oxygen tank or an oxygen concentrator. Available only for countries and situations where oxygen use is approved.


CompressorCompressor Features:
This compressor features a multiple filter system, ensuring a more comfortable chamber environment. The custom sound baffle system decreases the sound signature of the compressor, making it quiet enough to use in a medical office or small apartment. Noise of air flow into the chamber is also muffled for clients sensitive to loud sounds.


Available Accessories:
• 3/4 inch anodized aluminum internal frame holds the chamber in an open position, even when uninflated for easier entry and exit, and faster inflation time.
• Medical grade internal mattress is 98 inches long. It is custom fitted to the chamber. The mattress cover unzips for easy cleaning.
• A closed cell anti-roll bolster is available to keep the chamber from rolling or rotating in place.
• A non-electric sound powered intercom system is also available.

Call To Order or Ask Questions. Ph 888-824-7558

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
In the hyperbaric chamber, the increases in the pressure of oxygen results in more oxygen being dissolved in the blood and cerebrospinal fluid, thereby making the oxygen available for diffusion into the tissues where it helps to overcome hypoxia.

In the hyperbaric chamber, the increases in the pressure of oxygen results in more oxygen being dissolved in the blood and cerebrospinal fluid, thereby making the oxygen available for diffusion into the tissues where it helps to overcome hypoxia.

Hyperbaric oxygen Therapy (HBOT) can help a wide variety of conditions involving compromised blood flow and oxygen deprivation. This valuable treatment uses elevated oxygen to speed and enhance the body's natural ability to heal. HBOT is accepted by the American Medical Association and Food and Drug Administration for specific indications.

Currently, the FDA has accepted 14 conditions that are responsive to HBOT. Typically, insurance will reimburse based on whether or not a therapy has obtained FDA approval.

The 14 FDA approved conditions are:

• Diabetic Foot Ulcer
• Chronic Non-Healing Wound
• Refractory Osteomyelitis
• Osteoradionecrosis
• Burns
• Air Embolism
• Decompression Sickness
• Intracranial Abscess
• Gas Gangrene
• Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
• Crush Injury
• Severe Anemia
• Compromised Skin Grafts
• Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is also considered a helpful alternative treatment for the following conditions:

• Acute & Chronic Brain Injury
• Cerebral Palsy
• Cerebrovascular Accidents (Stroke)
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Lyme Disease
• Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
• Near Drowning
• Acute Sports Injuries

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is a painless procedure in which a person is exposed to increased pressure, thus allowing greater absorption of oxygen throughout body tissues. This increased pressure allows more oxygen to reach the cells within the body therefore contributing to the many healing and therapeutic benefits. The concept of hyperbaric oxygenation has been in existence as early as 1662 but has only gained recognition in conventional medicine over the past 40 years.

When utilizing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, oxygen is forced into the tissues, organs, brain and fluids throughout the body through the pressurization of the hyperbaric chamber.

How Does Hyperbaric Help in Healing?
Humans can live without oxygen for approximately 5 minutes. Oxygen is essential to our existence, as evidenced in the numerous conditions caused by oxygen deficiencies in our bodies. This lack of oxygen results in a dysfunction of organ systems, causing numerous chronic health conditions. When utilizing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, oxygen is forced into the tissues, organs, brain and fluids throughout the body through the pressurization of the hyperbaric chamber.

• Oxygen floods areas that are oxygen starved to stimulate cell growth and regeneration
• Hyperbaric oxygen increases neural brain function due to oxygen saturation
• Oxygen displaces toxins and other impurities to assist in detoxification of your system
• Hyperbaric oxygen acts as an anti-viral and anti-bacterial, as bacteria and viruses typically cannot
tolerate oxygen
• Oxygen reduces tumor growth in cancer patients
• Hyperbaric serves as an immune modulator, supporting the immune system to bring T and B cells
within normal levels
• Hyperbaric oxygen provides many other condition specific benefits

Can high-pressure oxygen help autism?
by Thomas. H. Maugh II. Published on LATimes.com on March 15, 2009.
Published in LATimes.com on March 15, 2009 LA times

Several anecdotal reports suggest that hyperbaric oxygen therapy, in which children are placed in a pressure chamber with above-normal levels of oxygen, can improve the behavior of children with autism, and many parents have begun subjecting their autistic children to such treatments, even though it is expensive and not covered by insurance. Physicians, moreover, do not see a biological rationale for why the therapy should work, although some suggest providing extra oxygen to the brain might be responsible for the perceived benefits.

Now Florida researchers have conducted the first controlled trial of the therapy and, although the trial was small, they also found beneficial effects.

Dr. Daniel A. Rossignol of the International Child Development Resource Center in Melbourne, Fla., and his colleagues enrolled 62 children, ages 2 to 7, at eight U.S. centers. Over the course of a month, half of the children received 40 one-hour treatments in which they were placed in a chamber containing 24% oxygen at 1.3 atmospheres pressure. The control group received 40 treatments in a room containing 21% oxygen at 1.03 atmospheres.

The team reported Saturday in the journal BMC Pediatrics that the children in the treatment group had significant improvements in overall function, language receptiveness, social interaction, eye contact and sensory awareness. The results were most pronounced in the children over the age of 5 and in those with milder cases of autism, they said.

"We're not saying it's a cure, but...if you can improve understanding so a kid doesn't run in front of a car, or improve sleep, that would be a benefit," Rossignol told Scientific American.

Side effects included bruised eardrums and claustrophobia.

Commercial hyperbaric chambers are typically used for treating the bends, resulting from ascending from a dive too fast, and carbon monoxide poisoning. Treatments typically cost $120 to $150 per session. Some parents have bought home units to treat their children between commercial sessions, and some experts estimate that as many as 10% of autistic children in the United States are now receiving the therapy.

Because only 31 children actually received treatment during the study, it clearly needs to be replicated in larger numbers. Researchers also need to determine how long the purported benefits persist. Critics also note that Rossignal is one of the biggest promoters of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for autistic children and has staked his career on obtaining positive results. The study was funded by manufacturers of the devices, who also have a vested interest.

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