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  • noun pathology A condition caused by an excess of oxygen in tissues and organs.

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  • This implies that oxygen and the excess amount of oxygen in body tissue, or hyperoxia, that it provides can lessen skin damage and wrinkling caused by UVB radiation.

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  • HBOT causes both mechanical and physiologic effects by inducing a state of increased pressure and hyperoxia.

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  • HBOT causes both mechanical and physiologic effects by inducing a state of increased pressure and hyperoxia.

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  • Busso T, Castells J, Bonnefoy R, Benoit H, et al. (1998) Validity of oxygen uptake measurements during exercise under moderate hyperoxia.

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  • HBOT causes both mechanical and physiologic effects by inducing a state of increased pressure and hyperoxia.

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  • HBOT causes both mechanical and physiologic effects by inducing a state of increased pressure and hyperoxia.

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  • This implies that oxygen and the excess amount of oxygen in body tissue, or hyperoxia, that it provides can lessen skin damage and wrinkling caused by UVB radiation.

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  • She completed the eight weeks of helium-hyperoxia but decided to continue in a maintenance program.

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  • "If we can get more of them to exercise and enjoy exercise and get the benefits of exercise, then potentially they can manage their disease better," said Eves, an assistant professor in the U of C's Faculty of Medicine and creator of helium-hyperoxia therapy.

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  • University of Calgary researcher Neil Eves calls it "helium-hyperoxia" - a mixture of 40 per cent oxygen and 60 per cent helium.

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