Guillermo Britez Neira (27) stood at 3,800 meters in Cerro Pedro Zanni, Mendoza, from time to time Feeling "feet very cold". He took the boots to reach the base camp, and he realized that I froze my fingers. In the hospital in Uspallat, they said that they were three "yes or no" and that it was possible to recover two other parts. With five white toes and sensibilities, the physical and mountain education teacher arrived in Buenos Aires. "I started taking vasodilators and I consulted several doctors. I had been told that we had seen a six-month evolution, and then how many amputates were defined. I did not want to lose them," says Guillermo. In desperate trips, he arrived at the Arturo Illia Municipal Hospital, known as the Quemados hospital, to store all his fingers. The inflammatory chamber, which has been operating for a few months at the health center, has had to be recovered by specialists. This hospital's first hospital is "tissue repairs".
Three patients: Guillermo Britez Neira (27), Laura Cappa and María Alejandra Ramírez, the hyperbaric chamber. Photo by: Diego Waldmann
Football players adjust "before adjusting", and they also have beautification treatments that use hyperbaric chambers. However, It is known about how to improve and improve the skin in some areas. To work Fires, ice or radiation and severe burns burns both acute and chronic.
The camera is a miniature airliner fuselage, two meters long with 90 centimeters in diameter. The patient is inside, and there is an oxygen mask. Therapy lasts for an hour: it does not hurt but it can cause discomfort in the ears as it felt in a flight's path.
Dr. Mercedes Portas, in the Hospital Quemados, with the patient Laura Cappa in the hyperbaric chamber. Photo by: Diego Waldmann
Pressurized air pressure to 1.45 atmospheric (it is normal to stay in an atmosphere). The rest seems magical, although its scientific explanation. "Atmospheric pressure increases oxygen as well as circulation, reaching tissues and cells. This means that the artery is affected by sites that are damaged or hampered. That's where hundreds work faster, "he says in a conversation bugle Mercedes Portas, Head of the Department of Plastic Surgery and the Hospital of Burns. And he has indicated, in some cases, the use of the camera for the recovery of that person less than half of expected.
Mariana Cannellotto, clinical physician and President of the Society of Medicine and Research of the Argentine Hyperbaric Society, adds It also reduces the reduction in healing time, the risk of superinfection.
Indoor chamber hyperbaric.
Photo by: Diego Waldmann
Guillermo serves as an example. He saw his fingers in white and black. "I was really terrified, I thought it was a bit worse for the darkness, they were definitely dead. But not," says Guillermo, who had been encouraged to quit smoking one day and found himself under a "pink divinity". This study of the mountain guide and this passage will not stop: "I will take next care of shoes with shoes".
Guillermo Britez Neira (27) Mendoza Cerro Pedro Zanni can lose five ice fingers burned. In the end, it was not necessary to amputate. Photo by: Diego Waldmann
Laura Cappa (28) arrived at the Quemados hospital with the first phalanx cut with two fingers. "I am peace, I make cakes. But I decided to help my husband in my metallurgy," he says. "The accident happened when he cut it with a metal sheet. At least they were not my gloves. Gloves were full of your fingers and blood"He said.
Laura Cappa (28) cut a toe from one of his accidents at work. At the hospital in Quemados, he operated and implanted. The camera was treated. Photo by: Diego Waldmann
He sewed in the Santamarina hospital in Monte Grande, but the wound began to turn black. A recommendation and recommendation from a friend arrived at the Quemados hospital. "If necessary, I have signed up for the amortization of the amputee, and this has not happened. Plato-based treatment with platelet richness and the hyperbaric chamber, I have saved the second phalanx, and I also recorded my fingers on my arm." .
María Alejandra Ramírez (51) is still treating her. She realizes breast reconstruction after cancer. Photo by: Diego Waldmann
"My husband had a skin that could radiate his skin, so I got into the hospital", says María Alejandra Ramírez (51). He is a teacher living in Vicente López, and in 2013 he had a malignant tumor in his breasts. "I found a gynecological check-up year. They took me a bit, I had radiation therapy and medication. I always continued until December 2016, again." "Cancer returned, so I decided to have a mastectomy (breastfeeding). After a few months I had a prosthesis for breast reconstruction The area was never healed", Details of María Alejandra. It was a bad time: the irradiated skin was burning nine times. "It does not go through physics. The emotional one is also very powerful," he says.
As husband suspected, He was a type of what he was burning. "They treated me with hyperbaric chamber, the skin improved, swollen and reduced the swelling, but they also decided to remove the prostheses, and I will take some more months of the session in the camera, and I will take part again with good skin, to use the idea to reconstruct stomach fat." says Maria Alejandra. "After a disease like this, the wound must be closed at all levels," he closes.