The use of compressed air as a therapeutic treatment has been around since the 1660’s. With the discovery of oxygen in 1775, the development of better pumping systems and a better understanding of the role of oxygen in human and animal biology have expanded oxygen’s medical use. Since the early 1900s an observational approach to using hyperbaric oxygen has resulted in its application to a number of different diseases with improvements in clinical outcome. Recently, through applications in veterinary and human medicine, hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is set to expand in clinical application in areas that were unheard of twenty years ago.
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