Harnessing the healing power of hyperbaric O2

How We Manage Covid: Systematic Air Quality Management

Meticulous Cleaning

All staff takes part in proper sanitization practices when they enter and leave the clinic. Every member of staff is outfitted with the essential PPE to protect all parties. Each area patients come in contact with, including the screening area and chamber, are sanitized before and after each individual. The patients are treated in mono-place chambers limiting exposure to other patients.

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Systematic Air Quality Management

Dr. Wayne Evans demonstrates the usefulness of a Carbon Dioxide sensor during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A Message To The Patients We Serve (April 2020)


As directed by public health in late March our clinical operations were closed in the drive to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We followed the lead of the school closures March 20 intended initially for a two week period but which was, of course, extended.

It appears that our collective efforts in this regard has been fruitful.

Unfortunately many people are adversely affected by the lack of access to clinical services.

Tracking this closely, we have now determined that with additional precautions and rigid social distancing we are able to resume service to address patient needs.

We thank you sincerely for your patience and understanding.

Be safe.

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A. Wayne Evans, M.D.

Medical Director, Hyperbaric Services - Medical Oxygen Repair
4619 Burgoyne St. Mississauga, Ont. L4W 1G3

Assistant Professor, Department of Anaesthesia
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto wayne.evans@utoronto.ca