Image by Bluehouse Skis from Pixabay Regular followers of the effort will know by now that fund raising has ended on all platforms. There just doesn't seem to be the public appetite for a community based hyperbaric therapy facility that provides free or as close to free as possible HBOT. To be completely honest I am well surprised.… Continue reading What Next? – The End Of the Beginning and upcoming Changes – Subject Matter Specialist service and Consulting.
Hello again everyone. Long time no chat. It certainly feels like the last year has been longer than it really has. At a time when I was preparing to wind down efforts for the campaign and move the project to the backburner, I see a need has arisen to publish the below from our equipment… Continue reading Preassure Swing Absorption (PSA) Units. Making Your Own Oxygen in a Time of Need and Dire Shortage.
Photo by Suzy Hazelwood on Pexels.com I trust this finds everyone well, safe and healthy as we gingerly step into 2021. 2020 was certainly quite a year with so many people suffering crippling setbacks, business shutdowns, financial crises, not to mention the great numbers of people who fell ill and those who sadly passed. Communities… Continue reading Fund Raising Re-Visited
Photo by Wherbson Rodrigues on Pexels.com With the world turned upside down, and much confusion about, it’s been a while since we published something new. Early on in the pandemic we dedicated a considerable amount of time to research into Covid19 and the benefit and effect HBOT may provide as a defence against it, as… Continue reading Migraine and HBOT
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay The lungs, as we know, are organs essentially not unlike large sacks filled with lots of smaller sacks. They facilitate the ingress of life giving oxygen to our biological systems. Each lobe of the lungs contains increasingly smaller chambers and pathways, the smallest being the alveoli. The lungs are central to the… Continue reading Pulmonary Gas Exchange / Gaseous Interchange
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Added Comment Since Original Publication 18-03-20 Added Comment Following Original Publication. Further to the short overview previously shared on social network platforms from Johns Hopkins Medicine, here follows an excerpt from the overview which is available for download here. Todays topic addresses viral and bacterial infections and explains how HBOT can boost… Continue reading Oxygen as an Anti-Bacterial & Anti-Viral Agent
Image by Alexas_Fotos from Pixabay So we've been a little quiet lately on the writing front. This is due to an upcoming move. After 10 years in one place, it's time for a change. Accordingly, rather than writing broken biscuits from a distracted mind, I left it out for a bit. Today however, I found this one I… Continue reading Side Effects and Contraindications
Me in Durban Early In 2009 It recently occured to me that at the end of the day, when all else is set aside, its me that is directly asking the you, the community, to get behind a fairly big project with fairly big financial requirements for fairly big results and benefit. Potentially one you've… Continue reading The Who Behind The What -Website Information Update
Image by Tumisu from Pixabay Although we have been a little quiet lately as we get more involved in seasonal preparations in the community, we are still keeping an ear to the ground for articles of interest. One such article from the Daily Mail came across our desktops this morning which is of great interest and also a… Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes, What It Costs The NHS and How HBOT Can Help – Drawing a Line Under Diabetes.
Photo by PhotoMIX Ltd. on Pexels.com It seems and age since we shared anything not related to the unfortunate Charity Commission news and the seemingly odd choice of the health authorities to ignore outright the scientific community. As they say though, onward and upward. Accordingly, albeit a short snippet, today's discussion revisits wound healing briefly,… Continue reading Hypoxia Inducible Factor 1 & Wound healing in Diabetics