News Spotlight: U.S. Navy Provides $200,000.00 Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber, 2008

Dr. James McCormick received a letter from Dr. Robert C. Whaley, Head of the U.S. Navy Diving Department documenting the provision of the Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber to Wake Forest School of Medicine to be used in the design, development and testing of an ambulance to safely transport stroke patients under pressure.  (see letter)

News Update: August 2008
Navy Chamber Arrives at American Emergency Vehicle Plant, Jefferson, NC 

The Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber arrives in NC


Dr. James McCormick and the U.S. Navy Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber

 Dr. McCormick and the donated Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber.


inside view of 2 man chamber 


Inside View of our U.S. Navy Two Man Mobile Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber.  Patient receives 100% pure oxygen under pressure by mask while attendant monitors treatment.  

Mating collar provides capability to connect to a larger chamber for additional treatment.


Our mobile hyperbaric chamber has a universal mating collar that provides capability to mate with a larger  hospital based chamber for additional medical treatment if necessary. 

2 man chamber mated with 10 man chamber


The two man chamber mated with a 10 man chamber.  Center in photo is Bob Cowan of Cowan Manufacturing (manufacturers of our hyperbaric oxygen chamber).




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Ambulance Patient Safety Design

Ambulance Patient Safety Design

Patient safety first in the design of our prototype Hyperbaric Oxygen Acute Stroke Treatment Ambulance is directed at obtaining FDA research vehicle approval before human clinical trials.

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