Indicaciones de oxigenación hiperbárica
Condiciones clínicas donde la oxigenación hiperbárica ha mostrado su beneficio (basadas en la evidencia y estudios clínicos) 


• Carbon monoxide poisoning

• Severe cyanide poisoning


• Clostridial myonecrosis (gas gangrene)

• Necrotizing soft tissue infections

• Refractory osteomyelitis

• Intracranial abscess

Trauma and environmental injury:

• Acute traumatic ischemia, including crush injury and the compartment syndrome

• Severe thermal burns

• Decompression sickness

• Air or gas embolism

• Severe blood loss anemia

Radiation injury:

• Radiation-induced osteonecrosis

• Radiation-induced skin ulcerations

Skin ulcerations and wounds:

• Problematic pressure, ischemic or diabetic skin ulcers

• Skin flaps or skin grafts with marginal circulation

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been used experimentally or in extremis for other conditions.

References:Jain KK. Chapter 8: Indications, contraindications, and complications of HBO therapy. pages 73-78 (Table 8.1, page 74). IN: Jain KK (editor). Textbook of Hyperbaric Medicine. 4th Edition. Hogrefe & Huber. 2004