Analysis of HBOT and reasons for conducting the treatment

Hyperbaric treatment is generally conducted by supplying pure oxygen within a room or a specialized tube. hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is one of the commonly used techniques of medication for eliminating sicknesses caused due to decompression on scuba divers also. There are several other conditions for which this treatment is used and the most common among them are infections, air bubbles reaching the blood vessels, radiation injuries, and non-healing wounds due to diabetes. The chamber or the tube in which the patient is treated contains three times the original oxygen than in the normal atmosphere. The air pressure is very high as compared to the regular surrounding. This is mainly done in order to sustain the lungs of the affected person with higher volumes of oxygen for better breathing.

The blood effective supplies the higher proportions of the inhaled oxygen to the lungs of the patient which eliminates the bacteria content and controls the release of unwanted materials for the growth of the affected cells. This in return promotes the capability of natural healing to a greater extent. The hyperbaric therapy is given in order to supply an adequate amount of oxygen to the tissues in the body for proper and smoother functioning of all the systems. The injured tissues usually require more oxygen to regain its lost capabilities and get healed at a quicker pace. The treatment effectively helps in increasing the amount of oxygen carried by the blood to reach out to all the cells in the body.
The gases in the blood are effectively restored with increasing oxygen amount that on the counterpart helps in effective healing along with infection restriction. This treatment is generally used to cure a vast number of diseases and this is often recommended by the doctors and the medical practitioners as several institutions use this treatment in multiple ways.