From autism to gangrene, hyperbaric oxygen therapy has proven its efficacy in different medical conditions. The hyperbaric chambers which are metal or acrylic enclosures are strategically designed to allow a single or multiple numbers of persons to being oxygenated. A hyperbaric organization has to be certified under the Care Quality Commission; just to ensure that all of them abide by the general standards laid by the health commission. The special pressure chamber is used to administer oxygen therapy to people suffering from different ailments.
Though HBOT is not a common clinical intervention; practiced only by a handful few across the globe, the therapy has proven to be successful in most cases. HBOT is mainly used to treat gas embolism and various untreatable wounds. Due to higher atmospheric pressure experienced inside a hyperbaric chamber, an individual generally gets to breathe more of oxygen that ultimately makes its way through the circulatory system. In fact HBOT helps treat radiation wounds.