The first state-of-the-art computerized hyperbaric chamber.

BARA·MED manufactures the BARA-MED XD Monoplace Hyperbaric Chamber to conform to or surpass national requirements.

BARA·MED offers installation and operator instruction programs with each BARA-MED XD Hyperbaric Chamber. We equip users with an understanding of how to keep the chamber in top condition. Learn more about BARA·MED Hyperbaric Chamber Training Programs

  • BARA-MED XD Hyperbaric Chamber
  • BARA-MED XD Hyperbaric Chamber

BARA·MED constructs each BARA-MED XD Monoplace Hyperbaric Chamber to integrate fluidly into facilities’ clinical HBOT area. We design each chamber with elements to simplify the process for health technicians. They include a patient call button, two-way communication, auxiliary audio input, wedge cushion, hyperbaric pillow, gas selection panel, airbreak system.

The BARA-MED XD Hyperbaric Chamber Prioritizes Ease of Use and Convenience

700-pound capacity. Easy for patients to enter and exit. The gurney adjusts so patients can transfer from a comfortable position. Operators have sufficient room to maneuver between two hyperbaric chambers. Adaptable-height from 28-3/8 inches to 41-3/4 inches.

SMOOTH RIDE Software Prioritizes Consistency and Patient Comfort

Our software provides accurate, reliable, reproducible treatments. SMOOTH RIDE, a program included in every BARA·MED hyperbaric chamber, adjusts pressure in the chamber during HBOT treatment to provide a more pleasant experience. The SMOOTH RIDE curvilinear compression protocol reduces the rate of barotraumas by 67 percent. The chamber also contains a manual pneumatic backup control system.

BARA·MED’s BARA-MED XD Hyperbaric Chamber:

  • The BARA·PRESS computerized control system which provides:
    • An objective, auditable record of treatments (even when not tied into an EMR system)
    • A tamperproof, hard copy record document
    • An improved overall recordkeeping accuracy
    • A medical record software interface
  • SMOOTH RIDE curvilinear compression profile reduces all barotraumas by 67%*
  • Greater relative patient volume
  • Passive pressure relief mattress, which safely treats wider patient profile
  • Scoop litter and effective rail placement optimizes available space
  • Lower oxygen consumption/ventilation rate of 90–400 SLPM reduces oxygen consumption

*Zwart BP. The SMOOTH RIDE profile: Development, implementation and evaluation of a hyperbaric chamber descent and ascent based on a constant rate of volume change with time. Davis Hyperbaric Laboratory Report, Brooks AFB, Texas, 1998.