General FAQs

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Are higher pressures never required in the treatment of diving accidents?
Can a patient be X-rayed inside the hyperbaric stretcher?
Can repairs be made to a damaged Hyperlite tube?
Can the Hyperlite be carried on scheduled airlines or chartered aircraft?
Can the Hyperlite be used and carried at much lower pressures?
Could a patient suffer from claustrophobia in such a small unit?
Does the Hyperlite float?
Does the Hyperlite have a maximum working pressure of 23msw (75 fsw)?
Does the Hyperlite suffer from off-gassing?
Does the Hyperlite tube suffer from being kept folded in its storage case?
Does the Hyperlite tube suffer from the effects of high or low temperature?
Does the integrity of the Hyperlite tube suffer damage by folding?
How do you ensure that the operator does not make wrong connections when assembling the Hyperlite?
How is the Hyperlite protected from over-pressurization?
How is the Hyperlite tested prior to delivery?
How much air and oxygen is needed for a therapy?
If removal of a diving casualty from the Hyperlite becomes essential, will the return to ambient pressure bring back the ‘bends’?
Is patient monitoring possible inside the Hyperlite?
Is the Hyperlite supplied with a warranty?
Some chambers have a flange attachment so that they may be mated to a therapy chamber? Does the Hyperlite stretcher have such a flange?
To what pressure does a hyperbaric stretcher need to be capable of operating?
To what Quality Standard are Hyperlite’s built?
What happens if the condition of the casualty deteriorates and a hands-on situation becomes vital?
What is a Hyperbaric Stretcher?
What is the purpose of a Hyperbaric Stretcher?
What material is used in the manufacture of the flexible tube to make it so strong and yet be so flexible?
What tests have been carried out to prove the Hyperlite’s durability?
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General FAQs