The pinnacle concern of any veterinarian is the safety and well-being of their patients. HBOT treatments are safe and non-invasive, however just like with any standard equipment in a veterinary facility, the operator MUST be trained by competent industry professionals to ensure not only the safety of the animals they are treating but also for their own well being and those working beside them.
1. HVM is lead by executives, veterinarians and certified hyperbaric technicians with over 20 years
experience in both human and veterinary medicine.
2. The HVM chamber is NOT a repurposed, acrylic human chamber. Its patented steel design
is engineered and manufactured to handle the unique challenges of treating animals, which differ
greatly to those of treating humans. The steel hull greatly minimizes potential damage from an
animal that may bite or scratch at the vessel. It also allows for more stable temperature
control during use, and the humidity level is easier to maintain at a higher (safer) percentage.
For these reasons, HVM steel chambers present a safer option for animal use.
3. ALL veterinarians and technicians who operate HVM chambers must pass a
thorough VHA Approved training program before they are authorized to treat animals without