Start with the following resources to explore current research activities and the peer-reviewed medical literature on hyperbaric oxygen therapy for vascular dementia.
Use the search buttons below to go directly to research on hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Physicians and other health professionals will find an Alzheimer’s health literature search engine, the latest diagnostic
guidelines, and other important information on the ADEAR website.
US National Institutes of Health
ClinicalTrials.gov keeps the official list of human clinical trials currently enrolling, in progress, and recently completed.
One may reasonably question the size and legitimacy of any study not listed here.
An independent, international, nongovernmental organization, the Cochrane Collaboration is a powerful force in evidence-based
medicine. One may consider a Cochrane Reviews article on any HBOT topic required reading.
Read the 2012 Cochrane Intervention Review: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for vascular dementia
from the Cochrane Dementia and Congitive Improvement Group,
A specialized Google search engine, Google Scholar indexes scholarly articles, patents, and legal opinions and journals.
Google Scholar may produce many search results, but entries provide easy access to full-text journal articles.
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HBOEvidence uses computerized tools to appraise the key randomized controlled trials (RCTs) in the hyperbaric medical
literature. One may reasonably question the overall strength of HBOT evidence for any disease or condition not covered here.
Read the HBOEvidence appraisals for treatment of
vascular dementia with hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
US National Library of Medicine, US National Institutes of Health
PubMed keeps the official list of scientific papers published in reputable peer-reviewed medical journals. One may reasonably question the importance and
legitimacy of any study not listed here.