Looking at the brain as a tissue….

« There are several degrees of damage to the brain tissue, and the most severe one is necrosis because the tissue is fully dead, there’s nothing there. In the instance where we have necrotic tissue, there is nothing we can do. But in the surrounding tissue, there might be tissue that is not fully dead, that is damaged. In this tissue, we have metabolic dysfunction. The cells in this area have sufficient oxygen supply to stay alive, but they don’t have the full energy needed for the full activation. This is where hyperbaric oxygen can help. The challenge is to be able to demonstrate this. »

Good article interesting interview with dr Efrati 😉 yes my son doctor :


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