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Joel Kahn, MD, FACC
Amir Hadanny, MD
- Hyperbaric Oxygen (HBOT) combines high pressure and alternating high and low oxygen levels to provide more oxygen to tissues and simulate HIF, a healing factor
- HBOT has been used post stroke and in cases of dementia to improve brain function
- HBOT has been shown to improve cardiac function and ejection fraction (EF) in several different conditions
Joel Kahn, MD, FACC
Alright, everybody, do not move. We’ve got one of the best interactions that there’s going to be at this amazing summit Reversing Heart Disease Naturally because sometimes we get the opportunity many times to bring the top dog, the big kahuna, the scientists, the leading academic person and this is what we’re going to talk about right now, hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Everybody write down your notebook h B O T. And you know, we can talk to anybody locally. There’s so many good people in this area and we’re gonna relate hyperbaric oxygen therapy to heart disease and other conditions. But we’re not bringing anybody. We’re bringing Amir Hadanny, MD who I was just speaking a little bit in my gibberish Hebrew to him and I’m going to speak in my gibberish hyperbaric oxygen therapy knowledge to him. But this is like really a big bonus. Everybody get excited right now.
We’ve got the guy Amir Hadanny, MD, PhD Harvard research fellow in the brain modulation lab in the last few years, trained as medical doctor in tel Aviv PhD in bio informatics and computational biology. He can probably do really good at word puzzles because this guy as a brain is like a computer did neurosurgery training in a medical center in Israel joined Aviv scientific and we’re going to learn right now about what is Aviv scientific, but as a worldwide company I’m very familiar with. I’ve had a wonderful time in the past interviewing, shy a friday MD who I think Amir will tell us about as a colleague and a leader in applying new technologies to heart disease. Brain disease, psychological disorders. This is truly one of the most exciting topics. Okay, Time for me to shut up and say, hello, Amir Dr. Hadanny, thank you.