What are the mHBOT contraindications?

The medical device is designed for use at physician offices, health institutions and at home under the prescription of a health professional. The following info is provided to assist you in determining who can enjoy an AirPod session.

  • Pneumothorax, Pulmonary hyper expansion
  • Eardrum perforation

NOTE: One of the factors to take into consideration before treating a client is the interaction of prescription medicines with a mild hyperbaric experience. Most of them are indicated, some require monitoring others are contraindicated and some relatively contraindicated, as the case may be. Pressure in the chamber (1.35 ATA) has no dangerous effects to be avoided or minimized, except for the contraindications shown in this manual.

Any of these occurrences may disqualify the client subject to prior evaluation and urgency:

  1. Asthma
  2. Congenital sperocytosis
  3. The use of any of these drugs:
     • Cisplatinum
     • Disulfiram (Antabuse)
     • Doxorubicin
     • Adriamicina
     • Bleomycina
     • Sulfamylon
     • Anphetamines
     • Nicorette-Nicoderm
     • Narcotic analgesics
     • Steroids
  4. Emphysema with CO2 retention
  5. Fever (>38.5°C), Colds, Flu symptoms
  6. Records of medium ear problems or surgery
  7. Convulsions
  8. Optic Neuritis, Optic barotraumas
  9. Pregnancy
  10. Airways diseases, Blocked ear canals, Blocked Sinuses
  11. Viral infections
  12. Excessive CO Exposure
  13. Decompression sickness
  14. Recent Alcohol consumption

mHBOT may enhance the effectiveness or increase the metabolism (decrease the effectiveness) of medication your clients are taking. Please ask your clients to check with their Physician prior to the AirPod session to obtain approval.

See link to our articles for more on mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and the benefits of Hydrogen.

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