How mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy works and why it is good for our children

J.A. Buckley/Medical Veritas 2 (2005) 647 Hypothesis Physicists figured out years ago that a gas under pressure is more likely to dissolve into liquid—in mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, the gas is oxygen and the liquid is blood. But under pressure, oxygen doesn’t only hook up to red blood cells (the “traditional” way oxygen is delivered to tissues), it also dissolves […]

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