Category Archives: History

Space Tech and Hyperbaric Tech: Technological Cousins

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first steps taken on the moon by some phenomenal human beings, below is an excerpt from our overview. Hyperbaric chambers and space technology are, in almost every way the same technologies. Sealed environments with controllable and manageable environmental conditions common to both. In fact, as mentioned here, space craft and other vessels are

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy – Some Historical Perspective

#HBOT #HyperbaricOxygenTherapy #Cumbria #ComplimentaryTherapy #Oxygen #Charity Below is an excerpt from the overview document which is available for free download on the files and resources page on the website. The essay has a full reference section annexed. https://cumbria-hyperbaric.org/files-and-resources-download/ For over a hundred years human beings have been applying the principals of hyperbaric oxygen therapy to patients and divers with remarkable

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Life Without Blood

In 1959 a study was published in the Journal of cardiovascular surgery by a researcher and surgeon Dr Ite Borema. The brief synopsis to this is that in an experiment, researchers replaced the blood in pigs with ringers lactate solution and plasma, thus removing almost all the haemoglobin. Certainly they removed enough to the point where haemoglobin concentration was well

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