HYPOXcontrol S is an efficient and versatile altitude training system.
Training at simulated altitudes is recommended for any athlete who
wants to optimise his or her performance and endurance levels.
The HYPOXcontrol S portable training system gives patients air with
reduced oxygen levels – hypO2xic – to breathe during the first interval
and provides them with oxygen-enriched air – hyperO2xic – in the
second interval. With this interval altitude training system, the body‘s
own altitude acclimatisation effects can be utilised for increasing
performance levels during competition phases in a targeted way.
The regeneration and rehabilitation phases are also optimised.
The unique HYPOXcontrol S biofeedback display appears each time
before creating a personal training plan. The vital signs are monitored
during a step test and the current altitude training level is automatically
determined. A personal and safe altitude training level is selected for
the athlete based on this test.
During the entire duration of the interval altitude training session,
live streaming of up to four people can be shown simultaneously
on a split screen. An existing computer system can be easily
used to analyse training results as efficiently as possible.
Any athlete can independently configure his or her own personalised
hypO2xic and hyperO2xic interval altitude training plan on the touch
screen display by using the intuitive software interface, and can save it
on their own chip card as the standard interval altitude training plan.
In addition to taking vital signs, such as the heart rate and oxygen
saturation levels, the device also indicates, saves and evaluates
unique vital signs, like the variability of the heart rate and the
transcutaneous oxygen partial pressure.
All relevant vital signs are shown on a live graphical overview during
the biofeedback phase and the entire interval altitude therapy session,
and they are monitored using pre-set safety limits.
In the analysis software interface, all interval altitude training sessions
can be documented in a clearly organised therapy report, which can
be distributed as a PDF document. Moreover, up to five different therapy
sessions can be shown on a tabular and graphical overview for
comparison and analysis purposes.