Differences Between Professional And Home Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers
There are several differences between professional hyperbaric oxygen chambers and home hyperbaric oxygen chambers:
Pressure Rating: Professional hyperbaric oxygen chambers are capable of delivering higher oxygen concentrations and higher pressures, and are therefore more expensive. A home hyperbaric chamber is usually limited to lower pressures, which means that oxygen is thinner and requires longer treatments to achieve the same results.
Safety requirements: Because professional hyperbaric chambers require higher safety requirements and stricter regulation, they are designed and built to undergo specialized certifications and audits. Home hyperbaric chambers, however, are of a looser standard and can therefore be manufactured and used more cheaply, but this can also increase the potential dangers.
Treatment indications: Professional hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which works by regulating the partial pressure of oxygen through atmospheric pressure, is mainly suitable for treatment in a hospital or professional clinic setting and is very effective for certain long-term chronic diseases. But for the common preventive health care tools in daily life, the home hyperbaric chamber is a slight "luxury", although it can also be beneficial to the disease, the effect may not be as good as the professional equipment.
In general, there are some differences between professional hyperbaric oxygen bins and home hyperbaric oxygen bins, but they are both based on high concentrations of pure oxygen, using increased partial pressure of oxygen to achieve the purpose of promoting physical rehabilitation or preventive health care.