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Autism expert backs hacker

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Today a read on itv.com an article about Gary McKinnon. I didn't know about Gary criminal accusations, but the fact he was diagnosed as Asperger by Cambridge University professor Simon Baron-Cohen call my attention..

Gary McKinnon, 42, faces up to 70 years in prison if he is found guilty of gaining access to and damaging 97 American Navy, Army, Nasa and Pentagon computers. An autism expert has backed a British computer hacker in his bid to avoid extradition to the US.

Simon said: "If, as I believe, the crime was committed through naivety and through an obsession - in this case with computers and trying to find information - without any intent to deceive, without any attempt to hide what he was doing, we should be thinking about this as the activity of somebody with a disability rather than a crimina…

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Hyperbaric therapy could improve symptoms of autistic disorders

In last years, some physicians believed that HBOT could improve symptoms of autistic disorders by increasing O2 intake and thus reducing inflammation and hypoperfusion in the brain. Of course, there is no consensus within the scientits about what are the real causes of the autistic spectrum disorders. For example, ack of oxygen by decreased blood flood as a cause of a autism is just a hyphotesys. So, there's no proof that inflammation or lack of oxygen can be generally associated with autism.

Hyperbaric oxygen for seizure disorders

Oxygen can be overdosed producing toxic effect, usually affecting the central nervous system. People with seizure disorders should be carefully monitored, as this treatment may increase the risk and severity of seizures. Therefore, it's important to always be adhered to a rigorous protocol before start HBOT. For instance, prolonged exposure to high amount of pressured oxygen may cause epileptic seizures.

Hyperbaric oxygen for lung disease

Hyperbaric oxygen must not be adopted in any case. Individuals who have lung disease including asthma, emphysema, obstructive lung disease, or any condition in which air is trapped in the lungs, are poor candidates for this therapy. Also, if you have had a catheter implanted you should opt out to undergo Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) therapy .

Receiver Terrell Owens used HBOT for an ankle injury

Receiver Terrell Owens of the Philadelphia Eagles used HBOT for an ankle injury prior to playing in the Super Bowl in 2005. I mean, just 6 1/2 weeks after ankle surgery, refusing his doctor's advice. "I will play on Sunday," he said .In sports medicine, HBOT use is still controversial. Some medical professionals questioned the rightness of HBOT treatment. But, anyway, it might had helped Terrell's return to the Super Bowl.

Advantages and disadvantages of the hyperbaric therapy

Before undergoing on a hyperbaric therapy you should discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the therapy with your doctor. It's important to remember that in some situations the therapy must not be adopted in any case. For example, people who have had chest surgery are at higher risk for complications.

Hyperbaric therapy is approved by the American Medical Association

Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) therapy is approved by the American Medical Association (AMA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of many conditions including burns, diabetic ulcers and (CO) poisoning, to name a few(See more).

Hyperbaric therapy is approved by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society
Recently, the Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) therapy has received an approval of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society for 12 medical conditions including:

1. Air or Gas Embolism
2. carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning
3. smoke inhalation
4. gas gangrene caused by certain bacteria
5. scuba Decompression Sickness (the "Bends")
6. radiation tissue damage(RADIONECROSIS). It includes soft tissue radionecrosis, osteoradionecrosis, radiation mucositis, dermatitis, enteritis, laryngeal radionecrosis, cystitis
7. Thermal Burns
8. non-healing skin grafts
9. crush injuries
10. wounds that fail to heal through conventional treatment
11. …

Hyperbaric therapy scuba divers

Recompression in a decompression chamber, or hyperbaric chamber, may require two or three sessions over a few days. This would be unwise to implement underwater. Recently, the Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) therapy has received an approval of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society for 12 medical (See more).

scuba diving

In last decade, scuba diving has becaming very popular, specially because scuba diving is fun as outdoor recreation and today you can buy a modest equipament in the store without spend too much money. But scuba diving is also a dangerous sport, because of the risk of suffering from scuba decompression sickness.

Scuba decompression sickness

When a scuba diver has the Bends, they need to be recompressed to reduce the nitrogen bubbles. This should not be done by taking the diver back underwater. Once bubbles have formed, they need to be subjected to greater pressure for longer to force them back into solution.

Hyperbaric chamber oxygen rate is amazing, up to 2000%!

Hyperbaric chamber oxygen rate is amazing, up to 2000%!
The air we breathe contains 78% nitrogen,21% oxygen, 1% carbon dioxide and all other gases. In hyperbaric chamber the oxygen pressure is greater than 1 standard atmosphere. At normal atmospheric pressure, oxygen binds with a molecule called Hemoglobin, which are responsible for the transport of O2 and carbon dioxide through the body to tissues. Under normal conditions, almost all (about 97 percent) of the available red blood cells carries O2.By increasing the pressure of the air we breathe we dramatically increasing the number of oxygen molecules entering the circulating blood . The rate is amazing, up to 2000%.

Medical dictionary

What Benefits can be achieved by using HBOT?

Very simply, HBOT is breathing 100% oxygen under pressure, which allows oxygen to be diffused into the plasma and saturated into the body tissues, and may result in the following benefits:

* Increased oxygenation to tissues

* Greater blood vessel formation

* Reduced swelling (edema)

* Enhanced wound healing

* Simulation new bone formation

* Reducing effects of toxic substances

☆Hyperbaric chamber ☆ and the ★ fife's protocol ★

skin is tingling
nerves calm
clarity of mind

it improves memory, increases, respiratory capacity, increases stamina, relieves
headcaches, increases metabolism, accelerates healing, help to detoxify the body,
boosts the imune system, fights depression

Hyperbaric chamber? Are you in Risk?

Hyperbaric chambers, because of their use of 100% oxygen, present a potential fire risk. In addition, although hyperbaric oxygen therapy is very safe when used correctly, complications can occur. Oxygen poisoning, also called oxygen toxicity, can occur when an individual is exposed to high doses of oxygen for a prolonged period. Excess oxygen causes chemical changes in the body that negatively affect cells and metabolic processes. Symptoms of oxygen poisoning include nausea, vomiting, dry cough, seizures, chest pain, sweating, muscle twitching, ringing of the ears, hallucinations, dizziness, shortness of breath and a decreased level of consciousness.

Other complications can occur as the result of increased pressure within the chamber. These include pain and bloody discharge from congested sinuses, ear pain, rupture of the eardrum, and bleeding from the ear if the Eustachian tube that connects the ear to the back of the throat is clogged and pressure on either side of the eardrum is not…

゚・。.。・゚゚・Do you know the Types of hyperbaric chambers? 。.゚・。.。・゚゚

There are two types of hyperbaric chambers— monoplace and multiplace. Monoplace chambers accommodate a single person. The patient enters the chamber, then it is closed and the pressure is increased. The advantages of a monoplace chamber are that the patient does not have to wear a mask or a hood to receive the oxygen and the treatment regimen is designed specifically for each individual. The major disadvantages are that the patient is inaccessible to the staff during treatment should an emergency arise, and the pure oxygen atmosphere creates an increased fire hazard. In multiplace chambers, several patients use the same chamber simultaneously. Each person is given oxygen through a face mask or hood, but all patients receive the same treatment. A staff member remains in the chamber throughout the procedure.

Hyperbaric chambers can be associated with hospitals, but are increasingly part of free-standing clinics. Insurance may cover the cost of treatment for approved indications such as c…

◆◇ How it works ◆◇

At normal atmospheric pressure, oxygen binds with a molecule in red blood cells called hemoglobin. The oxygen is carried through the body to tissues where it is needed as the blood circulates. Under normal conditions, almost all (about 97%) of the available hemoglobin carries oxygen. Increasing the atmospheric pressure does little to increase the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood. However, under normal conditions, only a small amount of oxygen is dissolved in the fluid that carries the red blood cells (blood plasma). Increasing the atmospheric pressure to two to three times normal and breathing 100% oxygen forces more oxygen to dissolve into the blood plasma. In this way, hyperbaric chambers increase the amount of oxygen circulating in the body. This can promote healing in areas that are not receiving adequate oxygen. The extra oxygen can also help to cure certain infections caused by anerobic bacteria that can live only in the absence of oxygen.

☠ฺ⌒Y ☠ drawbacks of HBOT ☠ Y⌒☠

Individuals who have lung disease including asthma, emphysema, obstructive lung disease, or any condition in which air is trapped in the lungs, are poor candidates for this therapy and should discuss the relative benefits and drawbacks of HBOT with their doctor. Individuals who have had chest surgery or who have had a central venous catheter implanted are also at higher risk for complications. People with seizure disorders should be carefully monitored, as this treatment may increase the risk and severity of seizures. People with colds or clogged ears may want to wait to undergo HBOT, as they may experience difficulties with pressure equalization that can cause damage to the middle or inner ear. HBOT in pregnancy is controversial. Individuals with diabetes may need to adjust their glucose and insulin balance, since HBOT slows the absorption of insulin.

ღ♦*゚¨゚・ Look! ・゚¨゚*♦ღ The hyperbaric therapy controversy

Although hyperbaric therapy has become increasingly popular for other uses, especially in sports medicine, its use is controversial. Terrell Owens of the Philadelphia Eagles used HBOT for an ankle injury prior to playing in the Super Bowl in 2005, but medical professionals questioned the appropriateness of this treatment.

☆;:*:;☆; What's the purpouse for a hyperbaric therapy ☆;:*:;☆;

deliver hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT). HBOT was developed to treat underwater divers suffering from decompression sickness (the bends). It has since been approved by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society for 13 conditions including:

* air or gas embolism
* carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning
* smoke inhalation
* gas gangrene caused by certain bacteria
* decompression sickness
* radiation tissue damage
* thermal burns
* non-healing skin grafts
* crush injuries
* wounds that fail to heal through conventional treatment
* serious blood loss
* intracranial abscess.

☆;:*:;☆;What is a hyperbaric chamber? ☆;:*:;☆;

A hyperbaric chamber is a room in which an individual can breathe 100% pure oxygen. In the chamber, the procedure is carefully monitored for a prescribed amount of time—usually 60 to 90 minutes.