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Animal Hyperbaric Chamber
|System Machine||Size/Weight||77×46×72cm(30×18×28"), 70kg|
|Flow of Air||72Liter/min|
|Flow of Oxygen||1-5L/min adjustable|
|Description||All-in-one machine, a combination of air compressor, oxygen concentrator, and cooler|
Animal Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy(HBOT)
Hyperbaric oxygen chambers are pressurized tubes, or in some cases rooms, where hyperbaric oxygen therapy is delivered. This technique has been used in human medicine for decades to treat a variety of conditions including air bubbles in blood vessels (arterial gas embolism), decompression sickness ("the bends"), carbon monoxide poisoning, wounds that won't heal, crushing injuries, gangrene, a skin or bone infection that causes tissue death, radiation injuries, burns, skin grafts or skin flaps that can cause tissue death, and severe anemia.
In a hyperbaric oxygen chamber, the air pressure is up to three times greater than normal. This causes the lungs to collect up to three times more pure oxygen than is possible when breathing atmospheric oxygen. The pure oxygen is transported throughout the body via the blood stream, which encourages the release of growth factors and stem cells that promote healing.
Inside the animal hyperbaric chamber, pets lie on a soft blanket and rest or sleep while the oxygen goes to work on wounds, swelling, burns and other injuries or illnesses. The pets are comfortable and relaxed during dog/cat Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. The total veterinary HBOT treatment time is from 1 to 2 hours, and is usually repeated twice a day. Treatments continue until the doctors see a marked improvement. When your pet is beginning to use the affected limb, or is gaining strength and function, the animal hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatments are discontinued.