Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber for COVID19 Patients

April 10, 2020 — In an interview with Del Bigtree, Dr. James Neuenschwander said hyperbaric oxygen chambers may be the cutting edge for treating COVID-19 patients. Watch his interview on The Highwire at the following link: https://www.pscp.tv/w/1RDGlQnqRYoJL?t=370

For years Dr. Gary Null has promoted the major benefits of hyperbaric oxygen chambers for treating many health issues including recent strokes, neurological disorders, Lymes disease, sports related brain injuries, and much more.

Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell has stated that the COVID-19 patients he has treated are suffering from an odd lack of oxygen, not an inability to breathe. This leads Dr. Kyle-Sidell to conclude we need to get high amounts of oxygen to these patients as quickly and safely as possible, without dangerous high-pressures often utilized in ventilators. Every hospital has a hyperbaric oxygen chamber. It is possible a COVID-19 patient can spend a short amount of time in the chamber and have their body heavily oxygenated with low-to-no risk.

However hyperbaric oxygen chambers are currently not a part of the approved COVID-19 “protocols” that every hospital in the world is following. Instead, the hospitals are assuming COVID-19 is the same as Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) and are following the ARDSnet protocols even though it is killing 70 to 90% of all patients once placed on a ventilator.

COVID-19 is a new disease and must be treated as such, according to Dr. Kyle-Sidell as well as many other prominent doctors around the world. The politicizing of this issue is leading to certain death for thousands of Americans due to the horrific (yet common) medical practice of placing protocols above patients.


In the below tweet Dr. Kyle-Sidell talks OXYGEN, and how Haiti just had it’s first COVID-19 death. Haiti has extremely limited access to the oxygen supply necessary to save lives. Sidell calls for those who are in positions to increase oxygen supplies in areas that need it – like Haiti – to please do so now.