Cocoon makes Hyperbaric Chamber Therapy (mHBOT) convenient and accessible for all Kiwis in search of a sustainable road to recovery.
We provide installation and full training in the Auckland area as well as an mHBOT treatment plan, to help optimise your recovery.
“Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for Reduction of Secondary Brain Damage in Head Injury”
Conclusion: “Translational research of HBOT in a variety of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) models has shown neuroprotective effects in the absence of increased oxygen toxicity. Recent clinical trials favour HBOT as promising safe therapeutic strategy for severe TBI patient.”
Journal of Neurotrauma, 21:44-48. 2004
"Hyperbaric Oxygen and Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction”
Conclusion: “Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment (HBOT) in combination with thrombolysis has been demonstrated to salvage myocardium in acute myocardial infarction (AMI). Treatment with HBOT appears to be a feasible and safe treatment for AMI and may result in an attenuated rise in creatine phosphokinase and a more rapid resolution of pain.”
The American Heart Journal, September 1998
“Applications of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Surgery”
Conclusion: “Many factors can delay wound healing such as oedema, infection, anaemia, poor perfusion and poor oxygen supply. The consequences of these factors is low oxygen tension, which adversely effects neutrophil, macrophages, collagen synthesis and fibroblast function during inflammation and repair. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy successfully negates these problems.”
Division of Surgery, University of Nevada School of Medicine, Nevada, USA. 1992
“Treatment of Lyme Disease with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy”
Conclusion: “Although additional statistical evaluation is still being carried out, it appears that approximately 84.8% of those treated with HBOT protocol showed significant improvement by a decrease in elimination of symptoms.”
Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Annual Meeting. 1998
“Hyperbaric Oxygen Induces Late Neuroplasticity in Post Stroke Patients - Randomised Prospective Trial”
Conclusion: “The clinical results indicate that HBOT can lead to significant neurological improvements in the post stroke patients, even at chronic late stage. The observed clinical improvements indicate that neuroplasticity can still be activated long after damage onset.”
University of Muster, Germany. January 2013
“Hyperbaric Oxygenation as a possible therapy of choice for infertility treatment”
Conclusion:The oxygen used under pressure, the oxygen as a drug may have extraordinary significance for better outcome of pregnancy implantation by improving endometrial receptivity. If endometrial receptivity is conditioned by adequate vascularisation and oxygenation, then hyperbaric oxygen is the treatment of choice.
Journal Basic Medical Science 2006 May: 6(2):21-4.PubMed