Hyperbaric Chambers

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Definition of hyperbaric chambers
An air tight chamber that can stimulate air pressure at altitude or at depth
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What does it do for injuries?
Reduces the pressure at an injured area and reduces the swelling
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How does it deiver oxygen?
At a high pressure - approx 2.5 more times than normal / 100% pure oxygen
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What does it do for haemoglobin?
Fully saturates them with oxygen
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What happens to the excess oxygen?
Dissolved in plasma
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What does it do for injuries?

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Reduces the pressure at an injured area and reduces the swelling

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How does it deiver oxygen?

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Card 4

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What does it do for haemoglobin?

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Card 5

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What happens to the excess oxygen?

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