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History of hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a medical therapy that can be traced back to the 17th century. Then, in 1878, French physiologist Paul Burt discovered that pain could be relieved by pressing again. French surgeon Fontaine continues the concept of treating patients under pressure. Fontaine found that inhaled nitrous oxide is more effective under pressure, which is the start of hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment.

In the early 20th century, Dr. Orville Cunningham (Orville Cunningham), a professor of anesthesiology, observed that people with special heart disease who lived closer to sea level improved better than those who lived at higher elevations. According to this principle, he treated a colleague, and then his "Steel Ball Hospital" located along the shore of Lake Erie. Unfortunately, it was dismantled into scrap in 1942.

Subsequently, in the 1940s, the military developed a mild HBOT chamber to treat deep-sea divers suffering from decompression sickness. In the 1950s, doctors first used hyperbaric oxygen in heart and lung surgery. Since then, more than 10,000 clinical trials and case studies have been completed for many other health-related applications, most of which have been successful, mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy benefits are widely accepted.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been applied in many aspects, including sports recorvery, anti-aging, clincial and home care, etc. With rich experience, MACY-PAN provides kinds of portable hyperbaric oxygen chamber for sale to meet your needs in oxygen therapy.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy



At constant temperature, the ability to directly dissolve oxygen in plasma is different, and it increases proportionally with the increase of partial pressure of oxygen in air. Oxygen requires pressure to dissolve effectively in the plasma. In a high-pressure environment, higher levels of oxygen can penetrate into human tissues.



At a constant temperature, the volume of the gas is inversely proportional to the pressure, and the density of the gas is proportional to the pressure.

When the pressure increases, the distance between the molecules of the gas decreases, the repulsion between the molecules increases, and the dissolution is a dynamic equilibrium. due to the increase in the repulsion of the gas molecules, it will aggravate the trend of the diffusion of the gas molecules into the water and reduce the trend of gas escape, thus forming a denser oxygen environment, so that more oxygen molecules can be transferred to the blood through diffusion, thus making the plasma saturated.


On the absolute temperature scale, if the pressure and volume remain constant, the volume of the given mass of the ideal gas is proportional to its temperature.

In the hyperbaric chamber for sale, through the oxygen pressure higher than the normal atmospheric pressure, the increase of temperature directly affects the volume of oxygen, thus increasing the volume of available oxygen, the dissolved amount of oxygen is large, and the function of tissue cells can be improved in the case of high solubility oxygen. promote blood circulation and the recovery of damaged cells to achieve the purpose of treatment. Welcome to get the hyperbaric chamber price!

Four Key Points of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Chamber single-use time   |    Frequency of use of chamber   |   Pressure of chamber   |   Oxygen content

Working Principle of Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber

Combined and Dissolved Oxygen


Oxygen transport can be divided into "combined oxygen" and "dissolved oxygen." When oxygen enters the bloodstream, most of it binds to hemoglobin, forming combined oxygen. A smaller portion dissolves directly and physically into the plasma, forming dissolved oxygen. As a result, combined oxygen struggles to pass through narrow vascular walls, while dissolved oxygen, being smaller, can dissolve extensively in blood and other fluids under hyperbaric conditions.

WHY Choose a Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber?


The relationship between hyperbaric oxygen (in a pressurized environment) and normobaric oxygen can be understood as a quantitative to qualitative one. When we inhale pure oxygen at atmospheric pressure, blood oxygen saturation can reach 100%. However, inhaling oxygen in a hyperbaric environment not only changes blood oxygen saturation but also enhances oxygen reserve, oxygen penetration, and physical solubility. Consequently, the health benefits experience a significant qualitative improvement!

Capacity for Storing Oxygen and Radius of Dispersion

Under hyperbaric oxygen conditions, the oxygen storage capacity of various tissues also increases. At 3 ATA, oxygen storage can rise from 13 ml/kg to 53 ml/kg, roughly a fourfold increase. The effective diffusion radius of oxygen is approximately 30 micrometers at atmospheric pressure but significantly extends under hyperbaric conditions, reaching up to 300 micrometers at the venous end of capillaries at 3 ATA.

Industry Application

Sport & Recovery

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is more and more favored by famous athletes all over the world, and they are also a necessary for some sports gyms for helping people recovery faster from hard training.

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Sport & Recovery
Beauty & Anti-Aging

HBOT has been a growing choice of many top actors, actresses, and models, hyperbaric oxygen therapy may be the proverbial “fountain of youth.” HBOT promotes cell repair, age spots, saggy skin, wrinkles, poor collagen structure, and skin cell damage by increasing circulation to the most peripheral areas of the body, which is your skin.

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Beauty & Anti-Aging
Home Wellness

For some patients who need long-term hyperbaric oxygen therapy and some sub-healthy people, our suggestion is that they buy hyperbaric oxygen chambers for treatment at home.

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Home Wellness

Your body's tissues need an adequate supply of oxygen to function. When tissue is injured, it requires even more oxygen to survive. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the amount of oxygen your blood can carry. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for ligament damage, copd, anxiety.

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