CHICAGO TRIBUNE: Hyperbaric therapy works well, at least for hospitals

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Release date: 25/6/2017

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"The science remains poor to support its use, but it is being widely used (in the United States,) and one possible explanation to this may be related to reimbursement," said Andrew Boulton, an internationally recognized expert on hyperbaric therapy and a professor of medicine at the University of Manchester medical school in Britain.

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TitleHyperbaric therapy works well, at least for hospitals
Media name/outletChicago Tribune
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date25/06/17
Description"The science remains poor to support its use, but it is being widely used (in the United States,) and one possible explanation to this may be related to reimbursement," said Andrew Boulton, an internationally recognized expert on hyperbaric therapy and a professor of medicine at the University of Manchester medical school in Britain.
URLwww.chicagotribune.com/news/sns-wp-health-hyperbaric-5ec844ce-59b5-11e7-9b7d-14576dc0f39d-20170625-story.html
PersonsAndrew Boulton