Hyperbaric animal chambers are pieces of equipment that have revolutionized the veterinary services in recent years, providing pets with access to the hugely successful hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) treatments. Sivet Health takes great pride in helping vets from over 100 countries embrace the power of the procedures through world-class pet oxygen chambers, improving the level of animal care around the globe.

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The Function Of Hyperbaric Animal Chambers

Hyperbaric chambers were first designed with human care in mind, particularly for helping divers in their recoveries from post-dive physical trauma. In today’s climate, though, hyperbaric chamber treatment is helping ailing pets too.

The chambers work by putting the pet into an environment that is enriched with increased air pressure and oxygen levels. This ensures that oxygen diffuses to muscles far quicker, which can support the recovery from a range of illnesses and injuries. Veterinary hyperbaric oxygen therapy can be used to aid household pets of varying sizes including cats, rabbits, dogs, and more, providing huge benefits during the treatment of the following conditions:

Using pet oxygen chambers as an adjunctive medicine has become an increasingly common solution for the world’s top veterinary clinics. You can order veterinary hyperbaric chambers from Sechrist Veterinary Health to bring your clinic into the modern day.

The Benefits Of Using HBOT For Pets In Your Clinic?

Before making an investment, many clinics will rightly ask “why do veterinarians need hyperbaric treatment for animals?”. After all, we’ve all been guilty of adding new equipment that offers very little other than an ego boost. HBOT for pets, however, is far more than a vanity project.

While it’s worth conducting more research into how hyperbarics is helping save pets, the fundamental rewards of incorporating the oxygen chambers are as follows:

  • Supports pets through an extended range of conditions.
  • Provides pets with the quick recoveries they deserve, resulting in greater health and comfort.
  • Supports a greater number of pets by speeding up the treatment times.
  • Gains more business by showing pet owners you boast the latest and greatest tech.
  • Provides pets with an immensely safe treatment with little/no side effects.

Frankly, then, the benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for pets are vast and varied. Given the accessibility and affordability of oxygen chambers and hyperbaric medicine for pets, now is the time to make the transition.

A Comfortable Treatment For All Pets

Whether looking to use our smaller oxygen chambers (SV250) for cats and/or birds etc., or provide HBOT treatments in our larger oxygen chambers (SV500) for bigger pets such as large dog breeds; the wellbeing of the patient is paramount. The chambers allow for 3x as much concentrated oxygen to reach the lungs, which in itself puts the pet in far better condition.

The chambers are built specifically with pets in mind, providing a relaxed and calming environment at all times. While pets may still have discomfort from their injuries, symptoms, and pain are significantly reduced, particularly when used in conjunction with the right medicines.

Our technicians are always happy to discuss further additions that can make life more comfortable for pets, such as soft blankets. Pets can also relax after their oxygen chamber session to promote an even better recuperation.

Why Choose Sivet Health Hyperbaric Animal Chambers?

When you are considering incorporating the idea of veterinary hyperbaric chamber treatment for pets into your clinic’s operations, it’s imperative that you find the perfect oxygen chambers on the market. Sivet Health is the answer.

Our highly experienced team of professional researchers, technicians, and manufacturers have worked in the field of hyperbaric oxygen chamber creation and installation since 1973. We have helped thousands of facilities across the globe, and take great pride in providing the premier service that you (and your patients) deserve.

Hyperbaric treatments for pets should not be taken lightly, and you need to invest in the best chambers. SiVet Health uses the very latest technologies, offering HBOT chambers in two sizes, our SV250 and the SV500. Crucially, our commitment to you doesn’t end at the point of sale.

We care about animals and the level of care they receive. Likewise, we want to see quality veterinary practices like yours thrive. As such, our technicians will provide a thorough installation and oxygen chamber testing process to ensure that everything is working as expected.

It’s equally important for vets to understand how to get the most out of their oxygen chambers. Therefore, we’ll point you towards the very best course on the subject before providing in-person training to ensure that you’re all set to go. Giving pets access to the rapid recoveries they deserve has never looked better.

A Great Investment For Businesses

While pet care needs to be at the top of every vet’s agenda, it’s impossible to ignore the business elements. Like any other addition, pet oxygen chambers must bring benefits for the company too. Thankfully, they do.

The fact you’ll treat more pets across multiple conditions will take revenue to a whole new level. As such, the HBOT chamber will pay for itself in no time. By choosing Sivet Health, you can also take advantage of flexible repayment plans to remove any initial strains on your bank balance.

This additionally enables you to place your full focus on utilizing the HBOT chambers to their full potential, which encourages a far faster transition and produces a better outcome for all pets that visit your veterinary clinic for the associated treatments.

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If you run a veterinary service and wish to start experiencing the benefits of using oxygen therapy for pets, SiVet Health can provide the comprehensive service needed to support you through the transition.

To learn more about the different oxygen chambers we offer and arrange an installation, call 888-748-3801 today.

Veterinary Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has become one of the hottest trends in professional pet care over recent years, and the installation of a hyperbaric chamber can open the door to a wide range of healthcare treatments for pets. If your veterinary offices are in need of an upgrade and you want to aid animals in their recovery. Especially from various injuries and/or illnesses, these animal oxygen therapy chambers are the perfect solution.

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What Exactly Is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) was initially used as a treatment for humans (predominantly divers), but the benefits have since transcended this arena to become a useful type of treatment for cats, dogs, rabbits, and other pets of varying sizes. Veterinarians can offer hyperbaric medicine for pets through the installation of a modern hyperbaric chamber.

While the actual HBOT process can be seen as scientifically advanced the basic premise is that the patient is guided into the chamber where they are treated with a combination of high oxygen concentration and increased air pressure. This is designed to make oxygen diffuse into the tissues at a far quicker rate.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been shown to have immensely positive impacts in the treatment of many ailments, including but not limited to:

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Veterinary hyperbaric oxygen therapy and hyperbaric medicine can produce quick and significant results for pets suffering from any of the ailments listed above. HBOT for pets has truly transformed the world of veterinary services.

Veterinary Hyperbaric Chambers For Sale & Installation

Any veterinary service has the potential to offer oxygen therapy for pets through the use of a hyperbaric animal chamber. After all, the hyperbaric animal chambers are far more affordable than most imagine while they don’t take up too much room either. Crucially, any professional vet should have the skills needed to learn the procedures involved – as long as they have the right support.

The recipe for success relies on three main ingredients; the hyperbaric animal chamber purchase, the correct installation, and following the correct procedures. Sechrist is a team of dedicated professionals that have worked in the field of hyperbaric products since 1973, and can support you through each step of the process.

Given the many benefits of injury recovery with hyperbaric for pets, now is the time to embrace this latest innovation in veterinary medicine. .

Hyperbaric Animal Chamber Purchases

If your veterinary service is serious about using the hyperbaric chamber treatment for pets, it’s vital that you purchase one of the best products on the market. After all, only the best chambers can produce the high levels of oxygen concentration needed for optimal results – that’s the least your patients, and their owners deserve.

Sechrist is a market leader in manufacturing world-class hyperbaric animal chambers. We specialize in products for vets. The fact we design, produce, sell, and install HBOT chambers for veterinary centers around the globe allows you to purchase with confidence – not least thanks to the affordable pricing and extremely helpful agents.

The Installation

Oxygen Therapy Chamber InstallationHyperbaric animal chambers are incredible pieces of technology, but in order to perform at the highest level, they need to be installed and set up in the right manner. Failure in any of these areas compromises their quality and has an impact during treatments. If you want to provide pets with the best support during their recoveries, only a professional installation will suffice.

Sechrist’s technicians are the perfect solution. In addition to specialising in the HBOT chambers, our experts can teach your vets about how to use the chambers and discuss issues such as identifying faults that will need immediate treatment. If you truly care about the pets you treat, a professional installation will be high on the agenda.

The Training

Even the best Sechrist veterinary HBOT chamber is futile if your team did not receive the proper training. We aren’t only a team of manufacturers, we are a team of pet lovers that care about helping vets provide the best veterinary hyperbaric oxygen therapy possible. This is evidenced by our commitment to your development.

Following installation and the initial briefings from our technicians, you’ll be asked to take an online course about HBOT. Upon completion, we provide in-person training to ensure that you’re ready to use the hyperbaric animal chamber safely and efficiently. Aside from benefiting the animals livelihood and their owners peace of mind, it’ll put your mind at ease knowing you have the best possible training available.

HBOT Chambers Designed For Pets & Vets Alike

While ensuring that pets receive the best possible support is our priority (as well as yours), we also take great pride in supporting veterinary practices and their owners. This is evident in the fact we offer two models of pet oxygen chambers, the SV250 and the SV500.

We design safe, easy to use equipment while also providing the maintenance, training, and aftercare support needed to see the very best results for years to come. Furthermore, we offer a range of repayment options, which gives you the power and control to improve your clinic without risking its financial future. This is hugely important for any veterinary service because the quality of your equipment will be redundant if you no longer have a business.

Our hyperbaric animal chambers truly transform your approach to supporting animal recoveries through a host of issues; providing the quickest and most effective way to restore their health and comfort. When you choose to install one of our high-quality HBOT chambers in your facility (and follow it up with the right training), the foundations of a thriving recovery service will be established.

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Whether you’re new to the world of HBOT treatments for pets or have studied hyperbaric chamber treatments for some time, getting the right product and the proper installation is central to using Hyperbaric Chamber Treatment for Helping Ailing Pets. Take the first steps to success by calling 888-748-3801 today.

As the head of a thriving veterinary practice, you understand the importance of giving your every patient the special care and attention that they deserve. Your human clients entrust you with the health, safety and wellbeing of their precious pets and that is a responsibility you do not take lightly. You have invested time, effort and capital in ensuring that your practice is staffed with the right people. The kind of skilled and compassionate professionals who show grace and aptitude in dealing both with patients and the humans who love them. You’ve also worked hard to build a reputation as a practice worthy of your clients’ trust and continued patronage.

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Quite simply, when your clients are worried about their pets, yours is the only name that comes to mind.

But in order to consistently deliver excellence for your patients, your approach to veterinary care must not only be comprehensive but adaptable. They need to be open to new treatments and technologies in order to better suit the needs of their clientele and this is why more and more pet owners are showing an interest in high quality Veterinary Hyperbaric Chambers designed and manufactured by Sechrist Veterinary Health.

What is a Veterinary Hyperbaric Chamber for pets?

Veterinarian hyperbaric treatment harnesses the healing and restorative power of oxygen. Oxygen is an integral component of the cellular processes of all living things. Treatment with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been used in human medicine for many decades to treat a range of conditions including burns, crush injuries and other forms of trauma as well as decompression sickness or “the bends”.

However, the last 30 or 40 years have seen a steady increase in the integration of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for pets. The technology works in the exact same way to treat all kinds of domestic animals and help pets to recover from illnesses and injuries.

How do pets benefit from Veterinarian Hyperbaric Treatment?

Hyperbaric medicine has a great deal to offer pets and their owners. One of the most appealing aspects of Hyperbaric medicine is its versatility. Veterinary Hyperbaric chambers have been utilized to treat a range of illnesses and injuries by veterinary practices the world over. They have been used to aid a pets’ recovery from many different ailments including cuts, crush injuries, burns, septic peritonitis, snake bites and even food aspiration associated problems.

There’s no pet too small or too big (within reason) for Hyperbaric Chamber Treatment. It has been applied successfully to all creatures great and small from large dogs to smaller animals like rabbits, guinea pigs and ferrets.

Oxygen therapy is extremely beneficial for pets and their owners because of its safe, gentle and relatively risk-free nature. It works by accelerating the natural bodies’ own healing processes and is not dependent on either invasive surgery or pharmaceuticals. There is no chance of an allergic reaction and only a marginal risk of complication, when proper training is implemented.

Being able to offer this gentle and low-risk treatment can make your practice even more appealing to new and existing clients.

How does the HBOT for pets treatment work?

Hyperbaric Animal Chambers are a sealed environment in which pressurized pure oxygen is flooded into the chamber. Provided that proper precautions are taken this is a safe and stress-free procedure for the patient.

Some preparation needs to take place before treatment begins. The patient’s body temperature needs to be tested to ensure that it is normal temperature. Increases in temperature can result in an excess of oxygen in the chamber and too much oxygen can in fact have a toxic effect on the patient. The pet must also be freed of any metal items like dog tags, bells or collars as these can present a risk of static shock when they are placed in the chamber wet.

Once in a chamber, the patient just breathes normally. With each breath, a higher concentration of oxygen is delivered into their bloodstream. As more oxygen is delivered to damaged or diseased tissues, the patient’s natural healing process is given a drug-free boost.

How will investing in a Veterinary Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber benefit my practice?

Pets and their owners aren’t the only ones that benefit from Hyperbaric Animal Chambers. Veterinary practices can also benefit in a number of ways from their presence. A high quality Veterinary Hyperbaric Chamber is a great way to build value in your practice, promote trust in your clientele and even increase operational efficiency.

Depending on the size of the chamber and animal/s, multiple pets can theoretically be treated simultaneously, making for more efficient operations and allowing you to administer faster and more responsive care.

What’s more, a Veterinary Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber in your practice will demonstrate just how seriously you are prepared to invest in a holistic approach to the health and wellbeing of your patients.

Practices have a range of financing options to facilitate easy cash flow and prevent the chokehold that new capital investments can place on practices. If you’re concerned about overheads, there are different options that can be discussed. For example, many practices finance their chambers by giving a portion of the proceeds from each treatment to the company that sold them the chamber.

What kinds of conditions can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for pets treat?

Case studies have demonstrated that HBOT for pets can prove effective in the treatment of a number of conditions including, but not limited to;

Will I receive training to administer Hyperbaric Medicine safely?

Absolutely! While Hyperbaric Chamber Treatment for pets is a potentially beneficial technology it needs to be properly and carefully administered by a fully trained professional to mitigate risks.

Fortunately, we can provide that training for you as part of the installation process. When an order is placed, we send a dedicated technician to oversee installation and ensure that all clinical staff know how to use their new Hyperbaric Chamber safely and effectively.

Your technician will take you through a training course, and in-person training will also be offered once this course is completed.

Why choose Sechrist Veterinary Health?

At Sechrist, we have dedicated over 45 years to the design, manufacture and sales of Hyperbaric Chambers.Our team has been at the forefront of new technology and cutting edge hyperbaric products since 1973. We have the highest standards in quality and satisfaction, making it only natural for us to expand into the field of veterinary.
Our seasoned professionals have decades of experience and a complete dedication to helping veterinary practices to improve their quality of care.

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As a veterinary practice you understand how important it is to cater to the needs of loving and responsible pet owners. You know that all they want is for that special furry someone in their lives to stay happy and healthy all the time. When their pets are in good health, this means ensuring that they are well fed, well exercised, well stimulated and given all the love and attention that they need and deserve. When they have an illness or chronic condition, however, that also means ensuring that they get the right treatment for their unique needs.

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Many pet lovers are (understandably) reticent when it comes to administering medication or consenting to invasive surgery for their pets. Even applying topical ointments can prove problematic, especially if the application causes your beloved pet stress or discomfort. However, for some conditions there may be a better way.

Veterinary clinics all over the world are coming to realize the potential benefits of Veterinary Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy via a special Hyperbaric Chamber for their clients’ pets. Here we’ll take a close look at this exciting medical technology and how it can benefit your clients’ beloved pets.

What is a Veterinary Hyperbaric Chamber for pets?

Veterinarian hyperbaric treatment harnesses one of the most precious natural resources for both human and animal bodies… Oxygen. Treatment with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy was initially used in human medicine to treat a range of conditions including burns and other trauma or “the bends” aka decompression sickness.

This same technology has also proven highly effective as a treatment to help pets recover from both illness and injury. The beauty of this treatment is in its versatility. Veterinary Hyperbaric chambers for sale have helped veterinary practices worldwide help pets suffering from a range of ailments including burns, injuries sustained in vehicular accidents, septic peritonitis and even snake bites. Hyperbaric Chamber Treatment can also be used for pets of all different sizes. It is applicable to cats and dogs as well as smaller animals like rabbits, guinea pigs and ferrets.

How do Hyperbaric Animal Chambers work?

Hyperbaric Animal Chambers provide an environment in which pure oxygen is flooded into the chamber at high pressure.

Of course, certain precautions need to be taken to ensure that the treatment is administered effectively. Before veterinarians can offer hyperbaric medicine for pets the animal must be tested to ensure a normal body temperature. Any increase can result in an excess of oxygen which could prove toxic. Next, any metal items like dog tags, bells or collars are removed to reduce the risk of static shock by placing them in the chamber wet.

Once in a chamber, the pet patient doesn’t need to do anything except relax and breathe normally. This will administer a higher concentration of oxygen into the bloodstream. Thus, more oxygen is delivered to damaged or diseased tissues, giving the natural healing process a boost.

It’s easy to see why this treatment has the potential to be highly beneficial for pets as well as their owners. However, it can also benefit veterinary practices as well.

What are the benefits of Oxygen Therapy for pets?

Oxygen therapy is extremely beneficial for pets because it is a safe and gentle way to accelerate an animal’s own healing processes. It does not use pharmaceuticals and as such there is no chance of allergic reaction. What’s more, the process itself is non-invasive and completely harmless for the pet.

Both pets and their owners appreciate the risk-free and non-invasive nature of this treatment.

What are the benefits of Veterinary Hyperbaric Chambers for vets?

Hyperbaric Animal Chambers are not just beneficial for pets, they’re also beneficial for veterinary practices. Because multiple pets can be treated simultaneously, they are a great way to promote operational efficiency in practices.

Moreover, their presence in your veterinary practice will demonstrate just how seriously you take the health and wellbeing of your clients’ pets. In a digitally informed age, many pet owners are aware of the existence and benefits of using hyperbarics for injury recovery. And where Hyperbaric Chambers are absent from veterinary practices, more and more clients are enquiring about them.

Being able to provide the benefits of this treatment helps to build tremendous value in your practice and demonstrate your commitment to your furry clients and their human friends.

Most practices are concerned about overheads, but investing in a Hyperbaric Treatment Chamber for pets needn’t come with a huge price tag. In fact, many practices finance their chambers by giving a portion of the proceeds from each treatment to the company that sold them the chamber.

What kinds of conditions can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for pets treat?

As previously stated, one of the great things about Hyperbaric Chamber Treatment is that not only can it treat a wide variety of different animals, but it can also be used to treat a range of different conditions too. Because it uses oxygen saturation to facilitate faster and more comprehensive healing, it has a wide range of applications.

It’s only recently that the possibilities of HBOT therapy for animals has been given serious academic consideration but in humans it has been known to treat a wide range of ailments including carbon monoxide poisoning, decompression sickness and crush injuries to name but a few.

Case studies have demonstrated that HBOT for pets can prove effective in the treatment of;

Why choose us?

At SivetHealth we specialize in the design, manufacture, and sales of Veterinary Hyperbaric Chambers.Our team has been creating innovative hyperbaric products since 1973, making sure to put patient safety and satisfaction above all else.

We are seasoned professionals with decades of experience and a complete dedication to helping veterinary practices improve their quality of care.

We also understand that in order to be effective, a Veterinary Hyperbaric Chamber requires the correct setup and the right employee training. That’s why we send a dedicated technician to oversee installation and ensure that all clinical staff are trained on how to use their new Hyperbaric Chamber effectively.

Your technician will take you through a training course and once its complete, we provide in-person training, so that practices know how to administer HBOT for pets safely and effectively.

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Hyperbaric chamber treatment has proven itself useful as a treatment used in helping ailing pets recover from both illness and injury. Hyperbaric chambers were initially used in human medicine, in the treatment of divers with decompression sickness (“the bends”), burns and trauma. However, they are now being used more and more as a treatment for pets and other animals. The treatment has been applied for a wide range of ailments, from injuries received through car accidents to rattlesnake bites, thermal burns and septic peritonitis. It is used for pets of different sizes, from small animals such as rabbits and ferrets to cats and dogs.

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A veterinary hyperbaric chamber for sale provides an environment that uses pure oxygen and high pressure, which helps to promote healing. A higher concentration of oxygen in the bloodstream delivers more oxygen to damaged tissues, improving the wound’s ability to heal. Although hyperbaric chambers have been used in human medicine for many years, it is only in the last few years that more research has been specifically conducted on its use in pets. However, one thing to note is that much of the research previously conducted to investigate the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy on humans was carried out using small mammals such as rats and rabbits.

Veterinarians in the US have been making use of hyperbaric chambers for a number of years and, in 2016, Fitzpatrick Referrals (which was featured on TV show The Supervet) became the first veterinary clinic in the UK to begin using a hyperbaric chamber. Recent studies have been testing both the effect of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for pets and the safety of it, including any side effects that it might produce.

Sechrist offers a selection of case studies that demonstrate some of the possible uses of hyperbaric veterinary medicine for pets.

Some of the ways that the treatment has been used include but are not limited to:

Hyperbaric treatment in humans has been in use for years and is regularly covered by insurance companies, who are reluctant to pay for anything that might be unproven. Uses in human medicine have included crush injuries and carbon monoxide poisoning, as well as a variety of other injuries and ailments.

Pet owners are also increasingly requesting hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) for their pets. Many pet owners are dedicated when it comes to finding the best treatment for their beloved pets, and will carry out their own independent research. Even if hyperbaric chamber treatment isn’t suggested to them, they may read about it themselves and request treatment or a referral if they think that it could be an option for their pet. Pet owners are more informed than ever about treatment options for their pets, thanks to the internet, veterinary TV shows, and other media that helps them to independently learn about new treatments.

Sechrist has pet oxygen chambers for sale that offer a choice of sizes. The two chamber sizes we currently sell are, the SV250 and SV500, which are suitable for smaller and larger animals respectively, with the possibility of treating multiple patients simultaneously. We began as experts in human hyperbaric chambers more than 40 years ago and have taken our expertise into the veterinary space. Our industry experience has allowed us to design safe, easy to use equipment and to provide maintenance and servicing from our trained technicians. Our products are engineered to meet the needs of veterinarians and their patients and are used in clinical settings in more than 120 countries.

Many veterinary clinics explore their options for financing a hyperbaric chamber. Rather than buy them outright, they often finance the purchase by giving a cut of the cost of each treatment to the company that sells the chamber to them. This helps to make it more affordable and ensures the chamber is beneficial to the veterinary clinic and its patients and clients.

One of the most important things for veterinarians just starting out in hyperbarics is receiving the correct chamber training for themselves and their team. This is something that Sechrist can help with by offering a choice of training options. Sechrist provides online education that covers the fundamentals of veterinary hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which is provided before the installation of a new chamber. After installation, a half-day of in-service equipment training takes place, followed by a two-day hands-on training program to teach the safe operation of the chamber and key competencies. We also have on-site training in the application of HBOT, training in hyperbaric medicine in San Antonio, Texas, and multiple phase on-site training in hyperbaric medicine safety.

Safety is essential to consider when operating a hyperbaric chamber, which is why training in both safety and usage is necessary. Accidents are possible if the correct care isn’t taken when using the chamber, which could lead to injuries to both pets and veterinary staff. Some experts believe that veterinarian hyperbaric treatment should be a last resort for pets, but others disagree. While it can be a useful treatment when there is no other alternative and other avenues have been exhausted, it isn’t necessarily essential to try all other possible treatments first. Veterinarians can offer hyperbaric medicine for pets as a treatment when they predict that healing might be difficult.

There are many benefits of injury recovery with hyperbarics for pets. You can view our case studies to find out about how our chambers have been used to treat pets with a variety of ailments, including the story of Alex the Golden Retriever and how HBOT for pets helped to treat acute paresis in his pelvic limbs. The use of hyperbaric chamber treatment is helping pets of all shapes and sizes, offering a treatment option to address a wide range of injuries and illnesses. Our hyperbaric chambers are helping veterinarians to offer their patients another treatment option and stay up to date with advancements in veterinary medicine.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) offers numerous benefits for pets with an array of medical ailments. It was originally developed for the treatment of decompression sickness in humans, but quickly became used in the treatment of many other conditions. HBOT delivers higher levels of oxygen to the body, which promotes healing by providing oxygen to tissues that are deprived of it. HBOT stimulates healing by administering oxygen to the body at higher levels to assist tissues that have less than normal levels.

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Promotes Faster Healing

As stated above, HBOT expedites the healing process through an increase in the amount of oxygen delivered to the tissues of a wound. With increased amounts of oxygen in their bloodstream an animal’s body is able to fight off infections faster, increase the growth of new tissue, and reduce the swelling and inflammation of wounds.

Hyperbaric medicine for pets promotes greater blood vessel formation and helps to preserve damaged tissues. It eliminates and reduces the effects of toxic substances, making it a useful treatment for anything from snake bites to gas gangrene and exposure to carbon monoxide. Difficult wounds that might struggle to heal on their own or l with other treatments can successfully be healed using veterinary hyperbaric oxygen therapy. By increasing the oxygen delivered to tissues and improving the efficiency of white blood cells, HBOT can promote healing in pets in ways that other treatments might not be able to.

Suitable for a Range of Ailments

Hyperbaric medicine can be used to treat a range of ailments and injuries. Some of the case studies that can be found on our Sechrist website, include positive outcomes for the treatment of vasculitis, rattlesnake bites, canine pancreatitis, and severe tissue trauma. Multiple studies have been and continue to be conducted examining HBOT’s effectiveness on an animal’s wound or injury.
Both injuries and illnesses can be treated with the use of HBOT for pets. A single session in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber can help with the healing of an animal’s wound,, however, multiple sessions are more likely to deliver a stronger benefit. The use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy can provide an alternative treatment for some medical issues, sometimes helping to avoid the use of surgery or other invasive treatments, such as when treating a rattlesnake bite. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can also often help when other treatments have been unsuccessful.

Little to No Side Effects

Another benefit in HBOT relating to injury recovery, is the lack of side effects on the animal. In relation to other treatments HBOT tends to have very little problems, only a few have come up in the thousands of sessions that have been completed. They include, ear problems, barotrauma and visual disturbances. Pets can be watched closely after the treatment to determine if any illness appears. Some may benefit from follow-up treatments after therapy. The risk of side effects can be kept to a minimum through the proper administration of the treatment, such as accurate dosing and the duration of the treatment.

The lack of serious side effects can make the use of a hyperbaric animal chamber advantageous over other treatment options. Avoiding the use of surgery for a low-risk procedure can be incredibly beneficial to animals, particularly those that could be at a higher risk for complications during surgery.

Suitable for Pets of All Sizes

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can be used to treat pets of various sizes. Everything from Horses, goats, cats and dogs have been treated using hyperbarics. .

The treatment, however, is most often used on cats and dogs, but can also be used in small animal medicine. The range of pet oxygen chambers for sale enables veterinarians to consider options that are suitable for a wide range of animals. Larger hyperbaric chambers can provide enough space for dogs and other large companion animals, and could even be useful for other less traditional pets. Some chambers can treat multiple patients at once to allow for the treatment of more than one animal at the same time. If you are seeking a veterinary hyperbaric chamber for sale, call Sechrist Veterinary Health at (888) 748-3801.

Offers Short and Long-term Treatment Possibilities

Veterinary hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help pets in just one or two sessions or across a number of sessions. Repeat treatment can provide the best benefits for many illnesses and injuries. Our case studies include treatment for a rattlesnake bite in a dog that required five sessions, one hour of treatment for four days in combination with standard supporting therapy for canine pancreatitis, and seven sessions of hyperbaric oxygen therapy to treat a sciatic nerve lesion.

Repeated sessions of HBOT can provide a non-traumatic alternative to other treatments or can work in tandem with other types of treatment to treat illness and injury in pets. Hyperbaric specialists can determine the effective use of hyperbaric animal chambers and how many sessions might be necessary to treat a particular ailment.

Provides Treatment Where Others Might Fail

Veterinarians can offer hyperbaric medicine for pets in many cases when other treatments might not have been as effective as hoped. After trying other therapies and treatments, some pets might be referred for hyperbaric oxygen therapy as an alternative. In cases when treatment might even seem hopeless, HBOT can offer a viable alternative that produces results when no other treatment can. The use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy can also help veterinarians to save money or can make treatment less complicated time-consuming.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy doesn’t always need to be a last resort treatment, yes, it can often help when other treatments aren’t successful, however, used alone can save time and money. Both valuable factors to consider when deciding on the best treatment plan for an animal.

HBOT offers a number of benefits for pets suffering from a range of ailments, providing both vets and pet owners with a viable treatment option.

Dogs and cats are a big part of the family in many homes. When they get sick or hurt, we want to do everything we can to get them healthy again. One of the best ways to do this, is to get oxygenated blood to the affected area as quickly as possible. How is this done? By a proven method called Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy. Click here for veterinary hyperbaric chambers for sale.

It begins in a Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber where pure oxygen is pumped in at the right temperature while exceeding standard atmospheric pressure. This boosts the oxygen molecules the blood carries, helping to fight infections and heal wounds by restoring their blood gases to normal levels.

Veterinarians and clinical staff are trained to ensure your pet is comfortable and closely monitored during their therapy. Each animal can be watched closely to make sure they are comfortable during their time spent in the chamber. The chamber is constructed with state-of-the-art acrylic material which allows the animal to see out and the veterinarian and staff to see in. What are some of the added benefits of this therapy?

What Is Oxygen Therapy For Pets?

A high oxygen environment is five times higher than the normal 20% oxygen limit that moves within the blood. This pressure delivers a higher concentration of oxygen which promotes healing much faster.

What Are The Benefits Of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Pets?

It’s Relaxing
Many medical procedures for animals can be frightening, but hyperbaric chambers for pets allows them to relax in which they can heal in a calm environment. They won’t feel caged because they can see through the top and sides of the acrylic chamber.

They Promote Faster Healing
Hyperbaric pet oxygen chambers speedup the healing process. The amount of oxygen that runs through the body of the animal is increased, which helps to deliver nutrients that are vital to cell reparation. Extra oxygen can help stem cells that improve the healing process, to move faster.

Rapid Carbon Monoxide Removal
Did you know animals can suffer carbon monoxide poisoning in the same way a human can? It’s essential to quickly unbind the CO molecule from red blood cells when carbon monoxide poisoning occurs. This improves rapidly in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber.

Why Are Cat Oxygen Chambers So Powerful?

Two explanations for the effectiveness of cat oxygen chambers are as follows:

Anti-Inflammatory Effects
A high oxygen environment can upregulate the genes that help fight inflammation, while at the same time down-regulating those that create it in the first place. With less inflammation, there is less swelling.

Increased Blood Flow
Affected tissue needs to heal, and this is accomplished with the right oxygenation in the blood. When there is evidence of increased blood flow to the tissue, the wound heals faster. All of this works to prevent the blood flow being cut off, and particles can diffuse easier to the affected tissue.

What Are The Product Options For Me?

Sechrist Proprietary Air Compressor System And CGA Grade E Breathing Air Panel
This is a chamber with an optional air compressor system, that comes with a storage tank and dial oil-free compressors. It can deliver air continuously to support the ICU chamber which most competitors do not offer. This can be paired with the CGA breathing panel Grade E, which is wall mounted to allow the user the delivery of filtered breathing air to be controlled. Some of the features include:

  • Space saving compact design
  • Filter parts that can be replaced easily
  • Precise Air and O2 delivery through the chamber
  • Digital carbon monoxide monitor

Model SV250 Sechrist Hyperbaric Veterinary Chamber With ICU Chamber Functionality

Class C Chamber engineered explicitly for the needs of your patients; this is an HBOT for pets that provides dual use as both a hyperbaric oxygen chamber and an ICU chamber. This has been designed and manufactured in California by our company with over 45 years of experience. Some of the features include:

  • Class C chamber which has been engineered to the needs of veterinarians and their patients.
  • Dual mode delivers oxygen therapy and enhanced oxygen at the right pressure
  • Removable stretcher with a static dissipative mat
  • 40″ and 20″ patient modules can be inserted into the chamber for loading more than one patient at a time.
  • Convenient intercom system to communicate and calm patients
  • Acrylic cylinder for easy access viewing to calm the animal.
  • One-handed door interlock device

Both of these products come highly recommended to veterinarians, and if you are serious about offering hyperbaric treatment for pets, then you need to ensure that you have the best options for your veterinary clinic. If you have the opportunity to provide better, more affordable care for your patients and their owners, then you should take that chance where you can. Not only will an HBOT for pets improve your reputation for your district, but you’ll also be offering the animals the best possible chance at survival.
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We understand that new technology can be exciting, but also overwhelming; especially when used in veterinary surgery. However, we also know that the latest technologies can make a massive difference to a veterinary clinic.. One of the most significant medical breakthroughs for animals in recent years has been HBOT for pets. With very little risk involved, Veterinarians can offer hyperbaric medicine to pets whose owners find treatment to be expensive or traumatic.

Interested in offering hyperbaric oxygen treatment at your veterinarian clinic?
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What Are The Benefits Of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Pets?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy or HBOT, has quite a few benefits. Including enhanced wound healing and providing significant improvements to infection control. It also helps the number of growing medical issues to remain low at all times. Some of the benefits include:

Increases & Improves The Supply Of Oxygen To Infected Tissue

Increasing the supply of oxygen in the bloodstream improves upon a wounds ability to heal. With the right chamber pressurization,, an animal receives an increased amount of oxygen to a wounds surrounding tissue. treating the wound quicker.

Treats Many Conditions

One of the great things about a hyperbaric oxygen chamber is its ability to treat a wide variety of conditions; it’s ability to heal goes far beyond wounds. The increase of oxygen also helps treat peripheral neuropathies, pancreatitis, snake bites, and other inflammatory diseases.

An Affordable Option

Veterinarian hyperbaric treatment can be quick and painless for pets, but the biggest surprise is it’s affordability. . Compared to conventional medicinal approaches, HBOT is inexpensive and straightforward. Pets are covered with a blanket and placed in a pressurized container,with no more cost than that of laser treatments or acupuncture.

What Is Oxygen Therapy For Pets?

Oxygen therapy for pets involves keeping an animal in a pressurized environment with increased oxygen levels. When the animal is placed in the veterinary hyperbaric chamber, the atmospheric composition can easily be increased – normal oxygenation levels are around 20%, but the chamber is capable of reaching up to 100%. Even though HBOT is still being extensively researched, veterinarians are finding a variety of different uses for the chamber; including the treatment of ailments not thought to be treatable by HBOT. ..

Why Is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy So Powerful?

For one; HBOT has an anti-inflammatory effect. Meaning a high oxygen environment upregulates the genes that fight inflammation and downregulates those that create it. When the inflammation decreases , there is less swelling and more healing.

Secondly, there has been evidence of increased blood flow to the affected tissue. When the blood is more oxygenated, the wounds heal faster. It also prevents the blood flow from being cut off, and with better oxygenation to the blood, particles can diffuse to affected tissues.

What Are My Options For Hyperbaric Animal Chambers?

There are several product options on the market today, and we want to help you make an informed decision about which one may be best for your veterinary practice.

Model SV500 Sechrist Hyperbaric Veterinary Chamber With ICU Chamber Functionality

This chamber has dual-use capability. It may be used as either a hyperbaric oxygen chamber or an ICU chamber. Some of its features include:

  • Class C Chamber engineered to meet patient needs
  • A unique dual mode is offering enhanced oxygen at ambient pressure while also delivering hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
  • Spacious acrylic cylinder – easily view and calm patients
  • Secure intercom system to communicate with patients
  • Custom ports and pass-throughs for IV use and patient monitoring
  • Door interlock device for one-handed use
  • Electric scissor lift for easy patient loading.

Sechrist Proprietary Air Compressor System And CGA Grade E Breathing Air Panel

This is an optional system that comes with a storage tank and dial oil-free compressors. It continuously delivers air to support the ICU chamber, t which most competitors do not offer. Other features include:

  • Compact design for space saving
  • Filter elements that can be replaced easily
  • Precise Air and O2 delivery through the chamber
  • Digital carbon monoxide monitor

Model SV250 Sechrist Hyperbaric Veterinary Chamber With ICU Chamber Functionality

Although the SV250 is our smallest chamber available, it still provides dual use as both a hyperbaric oxygen chamber and an ICU chamber. Additional features include:

  • Removable stretcher with a static dissipative mat
  • 40″ and 20″ patient modules can be inserted into the chamber for putting more than one patient at a time.
  • Convenient intercom system to communicate and calm patients
  • Acrylic cylinder for easy access viewing to calm the animal.
  • One-handed door interlock device

Each of these products has been built to the highest of standards, ensuring the safety of the patients it treats. Comparing different HBOT chambers can be overwhelming, but we want to make the process easier. By providing all the necessary information we hope we’re able to assist in helping you make a well informed decision on which chamber would best fit your practice. With HBOT you’ll be able to expand your practice’s treatment options offering pet owners a range of alternatives.

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For more information on our products listed above – or others on the market – please visit our product page or contact one of our friendly team members. We can help you through the process of deciding which hyperbaric oxygen chamber is best for you.

Oxygen therapy for pets, often referred to as hyperbaric therapy, is a type of non-invasive treatment with proven efficacy across a wide range of conditions, including some which are unresponsive to standard procedures. Hyperbaric therapy for pets has been shown to enhance wound healing (especially in crush injuries), increase the flow of oxygen to injury sites, and improve both angiogenesis (or blood vessel formation) and the immune systems ability to fight infection. Plus it helps preserve damaged tissue, and help animals eliminate toxic substances such as carbon monoxide from their bodies.

Interested in offering hyperbaric oxygen treatment at your veterinarian clinic?
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Hyperbaric Medicine: A Stunningly Simple Primary And Adjunct Therapy

The concept of hyperbaric medicine is fairly straightforward despite its profound therapeutic effects. Veterinary Hyperbaric Medicine for Pets involves placing an animal in a chamber and increasing the concentration of oxygen from normal atmospheric levels of approx. 20 percent, all the way up to 100 percent. Most veterinarians also raise the pressure inside the chamber to 1-3 times that of sea level, helping to increase oxygen availability further.

HBOT for pets can last up to two hours.. While most animals are unaware of the condition changes during therapy, some do feel a slight variation in pressure. To help alleviate that change and avoid any discomfort, animals will yawn and swallow to relieve any buildup in pressure.

Some pets can exhibit considerable improvements from just a single session in a hyperbaric animal chamber. However, for best results, many animals will need repeated sessions. Veterinarians can treat animals with many conditions by offering hyperbaric medicine for such things as non-healing wounds, severe carbon monoxide poisoning, and even arterial gas embolism.

Case Study: The Power Of Hyperbaric Medicine for Pets

Pets, just like people, can suffer from ischemia – a reduction in blood supply tissue this usually follows a heart attack. A seven-year-old dog – a.k.a Fluffy – was admitted to a vet clinic with complete global ischemia – a condition in which there was insufficient blood flow to the brain to meet metabolic demands.

Fluffy was then connected to a breathing tube and apparatus in hopes of keeping her alive; but she did not appear to respond to conventional treatment. She was then placed inside a chamber for veterinarian hyperbaric treatment and within fifteen minutes had regained consciousness and was able to walk across the room. Fluffy received several more treatments before eventually being discharged two days later.. At the owner’s request, Fluffy now regularly returns to the clinic for HBOT treatment as an outpatient.

Why Is Oxygen Therapy For Pets So Effective?

Case studies, like those involving animals like Fluffy, demonstrate the remarkable power of pet oxygen therapy. But why is it so effective? What is it about keeping pets in high-oxygen, high-pressure environments that allows them to heal so effectively from a range of conditions?

Increased Flow Of Blood To Site Of Injury

Vets use hyperbaric animal chambers to increase the flow of blood to the site of injury. Often times the wound is unable to heal because blood is incapable of delivering healing factors to the affected tissues. For instance crush injuries that sever blood vessel connections can take a substantial amount of time to heal. . Hyperbaric therapy aids in the increasing of blood flow to the injury sight by improving oxygen levels, and opening up constricted blood vessels.

Facilitate Angiogenesis

Secondly, animal hyperbaric chambers can also be effective in facilitating angiogenesis – blood vessel formation. A pets ability to quickly grow new blood vessels aids in the healing process and recovery time from injuries and burns. The growth of new blood vessels reconnects tissues that may have been cut off as a result of damage, in turn helping deliver oxygen and other vital nutrients to the site of injury.

Better Infection Control

When blood flow becomes restricted, it is easier for an infection to establish itself. easier. When blood flow improves, it helps both the general and specific immune systems reach the site of infection and eliminates the pathogen.

There is even evidence of hyperbaric treatments stopping alpha toxin production by clostridial organisms for pets with gangrene.

Reduced Effect Of Toxic Substances

Increasing the oxygenation of the blood can help pets suffering from forms of poisoning; including carbon monoxide. The higher oxygen levels help to displace the CO in the blood stream, preventing suffocation of the animal. .

Benefits Of Injury Recovery With Hyperbarics for Pets

A Non-Invasive Primary And Adjunct Therapy

One of the great things about hyperbaric oxygen therapy is the non-invasiveness of the procedure. It’s a form of treatment that doesn’t involve drugs or invasive surgery and relies solely on the animals ability to heal itself by breathing in pure oxygen.

Oxygen therapy comes with little risk or cost. It is less invasive and expensive than traditional treatments and can offer superior healing action for a variety of conditions.,

A Better Option For Owners

Some owners dislike when their pets are required to take medicine or undergo complicated surgical procedures. They’d often prefer a less intrusive option that allows for the animal to heal naturally. The pure oxygen environment stimulates this process and gives the animal a chance to heal on its own. .

By offering hyperbaric therapy, you have the ability to provide your patients with the same advancements in recovery that Fluffy was able to experience. Plus get the opportunity to assist in discovering new groundbreaking uses for treating pets in the Sechrist Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber.

A Better Option For Pets

Many standard procedures can cause pets to experience anxiety and stress. However, oxygen therapy is virtually stress-free and only involves placing an animal inside a transparent chamber. Being in this high-oxygen environment leads to the animals quick recovery.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Pets On The Rise

It’s not surprising the market for pet oxygen therapy is on the rise. As veterinarians continue to explore new methods of treatments they are beginning to discover the many benefits HBOT has to offer.
Unlike traditional procedures, oxygen therapy has relatively few risks and can be used alongside regular treatment or as primary therapy. It’s extremely versatile treating diverse conditions such as ischemia and snake bites.