Hyperbaric chambers allow patients to breathe 100% oxygen inside a pressurized steel chamber.

What to expect

Hyperbaric chambers are often used by people with:

  • diving-related injuries,
  • carbon monoxide poisoning (from smoke, car exhaust, faulty furnaces, or other forms of combustion),
  • arterial gas embolism (air or gas bubbles in the bloodstream),
  • gas gangrene,
  • crush injury,
  • compartment syndrome and other acute traumatic problems where blood flow is reduced or cut off,
  • exceptional blood loss anemia brain abscess (an accumulation of pus in the brain),
  • necrotizing soft tissue infections (flesh-eating disease),
  • chronic bone infection (osteomyelitis),
  • delayed radiation injury ( side effect of cancer radiotherapy),
  • skin grafts and flaps that are not healing well,
  • thermal burns (from fire or electrical sources),
  • frostbite,
  • diabetic non-healing ulcers.
This service is available at
This service is available at

Hyperbaric Chamber at Leon Judah Blackmore Pavilion

855 West 12th Avenue, Suite G700 Ground Floor
Vancouver, BC V5Z 1M9
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