Hyperbaric oxygen therapy improves neurocognitive functions of post-stroke patients

A 10 year (2008-2018) retrospective analysis was conducted on (chronic) stroke patients (>3 months)

The hyperbaric protocol consisted of 90 minute daily sessions, each at 2.0 ATA (with 5 minute air breaks every 20 minuets), 5 days per week for a total of 40 to 60 sessions.

Even though the patients were treated after a median of 1.5±3.3 years post-stroke, there were significant cognitive improvements in all the cognitive domains which were measured using objective computerized test <view study>