Pressure, Oxygen, Healing, Hyperbaric Chamber.
The oxygen therapy unit at Alexscan Center is the first specialized unit for oxygen therapy in Egypt and the Middle East with more than 20 years of experience.
The European Assembly and the World Health Organization have approved hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which is the inhalation of 100% oxygen under a pressure higher than the usual atmospheric pressure and is appropriate for the patient in terms of disease and age.
– Oxygen therapy method
* Oxygen therapy is simply based on increasing the saturation of blood, tissues and all cells with oxygen.
* Oxygen therapy is a safe treatment that does not have any complications or side effects.
* Carbon monoxide suffocation “Life Saving”.
* Treatment of diving accidents.
Neurological diseases :
General Surgery :
Bone diseases :
E.N.T diseases :
Internal Medicine :
Pediatric Diseases :
Medical Evaluation: A thorough medical evaluation is typically conducted to assess the patient’s overall health and determine if hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a suitable treatment option.
Medical History Review: Provide a detailed medical history, including information about current medications, allergies, and previous surgeries or treatments.
Clothing: Wear comfortable, non-synthetic clothing. Avoid items containing materials such as nylon or polyester, as they may pose a fire risk in the hyperbaric environment.
Avoid Certain Substances: Patients may be advised to avoid substances that increase the risk of fire, such as petroleum-based products (ointments, creams, or lotions) and items like makeup, hairspray, or deodorant.
No Smoking: Smoking is strictly prohibited during and around hyperbaric oxygen therapy sessions due to the increased fire risk.
No Metal Objects: Remove any metal objects, including jewelry, watches, and accessories, as these can pose safety risks in the hyperbaric chamber.
Empty Bladder: Patients may be advised to empty their bladder before the treatment session to minimize discomfort during pressurization.
Information for Women: Female patients should inform their healthcare providers if they are pregnant or suspect they might be pregnant, as hyperbaric oxygen therapy may have implications for fetal development.