By: Neubauer RA, James PB. Cerebral oxygenation and the recoverable brain. Neuro Res: 20 (Suppl 1) S33-S36, 1998. A new era of therapy is now advancing for the treatment of neurologically disabled children at the Ocean Hyperbaric Center. In the United Kingdom there is a charity for CP (cerebral palsy) and the TBI (traumatic brain injury) child utilizing HBO (hyperbaric […]
By: NATALIA V. KAZANTSEVA, M.D., Moscow, Russia Background: Our studies have shown that the use of lower surplus pressure values compared with traditional HBO is accomplished by an increased in the clinical effects. We have worked out new therapeutic regimens of using surplus pressure – hyperbaric treatments (HBT) in 1993 and minimized hyperbaric treatment (MHT) in 1996 leading to a […]
[Lecba ischemickych mozkovych cevnich prihod hyperbaroxii.] Vnitr Lek 1992 Jul;38(7):645-50 (ISSN: 0042-773X) Berger J; Emmerova M; Hadravsky M; Kratky M; Vetrovcova J; Berkova E Neurologicka klinika FN Plzen. The authors present eleven year’s experience with comprehensive treatment of patients who suffered an ischemic cerebrovascular attack. This comprises so-called conventional treatment of cerebrovascular attacks and also hyperbaroxia, i.e. administration of oxygen […]
By: Kevin F. Barrett, M.D.; Kevan P. Corson, Certified Hyperbaric Technician; Jon T. Mader, M.D. Objective To determine if 1.5 ATA hyperbaric oxygen therapy can ameliorate the neurologic deficits associated with pediatric cerebral palsy. Background Numerous anecdotal reports attest to the amelioration of neurologic deficits in a variety of chronic cerebral insults including cerebral palsy. Improvement is attributed to the […]
Source: Developmental Medicine and child neurology. 2002 Jul; 44(7): 436-46 Test Groups: Active Treatment Group- 100% Oxygen at 1.75 ATA Sham Treatment Group- Ambient Air at 1.3 ATA Test Subjects: 75 children diagnosed with CP aged 4 to 12 years Conclusion: No statistical difference was found between the two treatments. The sham group improved significantly on eight dimensions of the […]
Phillip B James, Wolfson Hyperbaric Medicine Unit, Ninewells Medical School, The University of Dundee, Scotland Introduction The introduction of routine ultrasound screening in premature neonates can reveal evidence of cerebral damage prior to the development of clinical signs. Although far from being a sensitive tool, ultrasound can demonstrate the gross forms of periventricular hemorrhage and edema that characterize this form […]
From the 3rd International Symposium for Cerebral Palsy and Brain-Injured Child Effects of Pressurized Oxygen in Acute Brain Insult Reduces cerebral edema & ICP Limits the ischemic cascade Reduces CNS lactate peak in hypoxia Neutralizes toxic amines Deaggragation of platelets Increases Phagocytic activity of PMN cells (white blood cells) Reduces Adhesiveness of WBCs to endothelium Perfuses all tissues spaces Life […]
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