Wound care and Hyperbaric medicine

Approximately  five  million Americans every year  suffer from chronic wound healing , non-healing wounds. Wounds may be caused by diabetes, poor circulation, traumatic injury, radiation therapy and other causes. These non-healing wounds occur once the extent of oxygen in and round the wound drops below a certain level and your body's normal healing process and ability to fight infection become greatly impaired. Chronic wounds like these need specialized wound care and generally, hyperbaric therapy treatment.  Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) accelerates the body's natural healing method by increasing the amount of oxygen within the blood. Treatment takes place in a sealed chamber where oxygen and pressure are steadily increased. Body tissue needs a sufficient amount of oxygen in order to function properly. It is effective in fighting certain types of infections, stimulating the growth of new blood vessels and improving circulation. In addition,  Wound Care and  Hyerbaric medicine is employed to treat diabetic wounds of the lower extremity, delayed radiation injuries, osteomyelitis, and compromised skin grafts and flaps.

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