hyperbaric chamber


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n hyperbaric chamber a large chamber in which the oxygen pressure is above normal for the atmosphere; used in treating breathing disorders or carbon monoxide poisoning
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In news:

The Rockies' Humidor and Hyperbaric Chamber.
After daughter's Lyme Disease healed, Bonifay family builds hyperbaric chamber for community.
Officials investigate the scene of a hyperbaric-chamber explosion that killed a woman and horse at an equine-therapy facility in Ocala on Friday, February 10, 2012.
Michael Phelps is the latest athlete to use a hyperbaric chamber to aid his recovery from training.
Phelps using hyperbaric chamber to aid recovery.
Tony Kurdzuk/The Star-Ledger Tommy Ellison, 6, shows off the hyperbaric oxygen chamber which his parents, Polly and Tom, purchased to help treat his autism.
The Rockies' Humidor and Hyperbaric Chamber .
Hyperbaric chamber installed Thursday at St Francis Animal Hospital.
Snake- bitten Clermont dog first at UF to be treated in hyperbaric chamber.
Hyperbaric chambers entered the pop-culture scene when supermarket tabloids featured pictures of Michael Jackson reportedly sleeping in one.
After a toe injury became a gruesome wound, Mike Miller underwent 20 sessions in a hyperbaric chamber at Abbot Northwestern Hospital.
Scott McIntyre/Staff Chester Cocozza, 76, rests in a hyperbaric chamber during treatment at the Wound Center at Physicians Regional Medical Center on Collier Boulevard on Monday.
The hyperbaric chamber Novak Djokovic made famous may be the start of a whole new wave of tennis training.
With this treatment and subsequent hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatments, the ulcer healed , and I didn't require an amputation.

In science:

SDD fabrication occurs via the phase diagram of Fig. 2. The detector bottle was removed to a hotplate within a hyperbaric chamber, and the pressure raised to just beyond the vapor pressure at 42oC.
A CF3I-based SDD Prototype for Spin-independent Dark Matter Searches