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Prevention and Treatment of Life-Threatening COVID-19 May Be Possible with Oxygen Treatment

"Preliminary research evidence indicates that even a small elevation of the ambient pressure might be lifesaving". A reduction in brain oxygen levels (brain hypoxia) may help to explain early neurolo... Read More

Hyperbaric therapy reduced long COVID related fatigue in just 10 sessions

Long COVID-related fatigue can be debilitating, and may affect young people who were previously in economic employment. All patients had been suffering from long COVID symptoms for over 3 months. The ... Read More

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy shows benefit for pulmonary fibrosis

Pulmonary fibrosis is a chronic progressive lung disease that is becoming more prevalent and poses medical challenges due to the limited therapeutic options available. The rise in the aging process al... Read More

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for COVID-19 patients with respiratory distress

This is a single-center clinical trial of 20 COVID-19 patients aged 30 to 79 years being treated with 5 sessions of hyperbaric oxygen therapy at 2.0 ATA (90 minutes) at NYU Winthrop Hospital from Marc... Read More

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy may be effective to improve hypoxemia in patients with severe COVID-2019 pneumonia: two case reports

Two male patients ages 57 and 64 years old were treated with a 1 week course of hyperbaric oxygen therapy at 1.5 ATA (60 minutes per session) Shortness of breath subsided immediately with both pati... Read More