Since the moderators at Facebook don't understand the difference between diving and healthcare, I am compelled to advertise this here. Surplus to current requirements. Anyone interested contact me directly. Hayden. SCUBA Diving gear As shown in picture. 2 x 15lt steel Faber 2 x 12lt steel Faber, 1 x 3lt resus kit, din to pin… Continue reading Sale of Surplus Oxygen Diving gear
Diving equipment as follows and as pictured: 6 Regulators rigs: Oceanic DV, Apeks Octo, Oceanic first stage 4000psi.Spiro first stage 3400psi, US Divers Octo, Spiro DV,Oceanic octo, US Divers DV, US Divers first stage 3000psiMares first stage, octo and DV 232 bar,Cressi first 232 bar, Cressi DV. All come with dry suit hoses and power… Continue reading sale of surplus dive gear
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
Its been a fair while since publishing anything new. Notwithstanding that I have been busy as ever on social media. Look for the hashtags #HBOTforCumbria , #HBOTforCovid , #HBOT for loads of information on the latest research and thinking. Lockdown hasn't been an easy time for me or for Cumbria Hyperbaric. Fund raising and campaigning… Continue reading Updates to downloadable content & the introduction of premium content
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
Emporor Chow Enjoying the Midwater I trust this finds everyone safe and well during the lockdown and extended period of various isolation and distancing in which we now find ourselves. Good news from around the word is that HBOT is fast gaining momentum as a preferred treatment for COVID-19 with no fewer than a dozen… Continue reading A story about a little fish – HBOT… Not just for the peoples
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 Vektor Kunst from Pixabay Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures. I imagine over the coming weeks and month’s oxygen administration may well be handled by many who may never have done so before. This might well be in the home or elsewhere. There is much to consider when handling oxygen and it seems prudent to share… Continue reading COVID-19 – Safety & General Information Package for Oxygen Handlers