Professional Manufacturer Hbot Home Use Medical Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber For Wound Healing

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Description



Specification


Model
XH1876
XH1886
Chamber
Capsule
Pressure
1.5ATA 4PSI
1.5ATA 4PSI
Material
Stainless steel+PC engineering plastic
Stainless steel+PC engineering plastic
Size(D*L)
D76*L232xcm (30x92")
D86xL236cm (34x93" )
Weight
235kg
235kg
Oxygen
Concentrator
Flow Rate
5/10Liter/min
Description
PSA molecular sieve hightechnology.Continuouss oxygen production,
no need for oxygen tank.


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Company Profile




Hangzhou Yilong Medical Equipment Co.,Ltd, located in Hangzhou, China, is a professional manfacturer, specialized in the development, production and export of hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Presently the company has succeeded in the production of serial hyperbaric chambers from soft and hard lying type, soft sitting type, to veterinary hard type chambers, which have been widely applied in homecare, clinics, wellness centers, beauty salons, spas, sports industry, and high altitude area, etc.
YILONG has more than 100 patented technologies.The product has been a leader in the industry and has become a top manufacturer in China. We uphold the customer first service concept and provide you with tailor-made products.










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FAQ




Why is oxygen so important?
Every day an average adult consumes 2 kg of food, 1 liter of water and almost 550 liters of oxygen. 90 % of our daily energy comes from oxygen and the rest food and water. Human brain is 2 % of the total weight and uses 25% of the oxygen we breath. We need this oxygen for the energy cycle that sustains life. When we do not have enough oxygen in our body tissues a series of events occur that if not corrected lead to disease conditions, either infection, tissue destruction or both. If there is low oxygen in tissues (hypoxia) there is a short window of opportunity to correct it. An excellent method to correct tissue hypoxia is by using a hyperbaric chamber.
What do you feel inside a hyperbaric chamber?
When the chamber is pressurization, your ears may feel pressure changes. You might feel a little painful in ears. To equalize the pressure and avoid the feeling of fullness in ears, You can yanwing, swallowing or "blow the nose". Other than this ear pressure there are no unusual or different sensations.
How does being inside a pressurized chamber give us more oxygen?
When we are inside a chamber pressurized at 1.3 or 1.5 times of the normal air pressure it may not feel different, but breathing pure oxygen in such a chamber gives us 7-8 times the regular amount of oxygen. Henry's Law- Henry's law states that for a gas-liquid interface the amount of the gas that dissolves in the liquid is proportional to its partial pressure. The pressurized oxygen dissolves directly into all body fluids. In a few minutes this extra oxygen builds up tissue oxygen levels far above normal. This action has been scientifically proven to stimulate healing.
What improvements can I expect to see ?
This is one of those questions which has so many different variables and answers we will have to generalize. We will answer this question from general experience and with the understanding that no 2 people get the same results. It is very rare that we do not see improvements. What we are looking for is an improvement in the quality of life for anyone.
When will I know how many sessions of hbot are enough?
You will not. What you will be able to notice is whether you are continuing to get improvements. A clinical study on 1730 subjects shows the need of around 15 sessions for acute injuries and 40 for chronic ones. If you saw results during the first 40 sessions, do another 40. If improvements continue, do another 40. Etc. Etc. You are a better judge of the number of sessions needed than any Doctor.
What about Oxygen Toxicity?
Oxygen Toxicity is not a problem at pressures below 1.5 ATA. Many times stress is mistaken for oxygen toxicity. Occasionally, there may be a patient who is more sensitive to Oxygen than others and pressures may need to be adjusted to meet the needs of the patient.




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