Posted by Poisoned One on 2/07/06
On 5/11/04, DD wrote:
> It's alive, alive. Great to see it back. Was mourning an
> old friend.
> Anybody heard of Dr. Hershel Toomim in Cal.?
> What is hypoperfusion of brain? Does oxygenation really
> help with cognitive dysfunction?
No, to the doctor question, but hypoperfusion of the brain is
generally referred to hypoperfusion of oxygen, in particulart
after chemical exposures. Oxygenation at very low hyperbaric
levels over a 6 week period or an at home version with a
rebreathing mask made of an inert (not plastic) substance can
increase oxygenation in the brain tissues (perfusion of
oxygen). A SPECT scan will show if you have damage that
requires this type of treatment-PoisonedOne
Posts on this thread, including this one