Enhancement of healing in selected problem wounds

Problem wounds represent a significant and growing challenge in every healthcare system. The incidence and prevalence of these wounds are increasing in the population resulting in growing utilization of healthcare resources and money expended. Venous leg ulcers represent the most common lower extremity wound seen in ambulatory wound care centers with recurrences frequent and often bad outcomes. Pressure ulcers are common in patients in long term institutional care settings adding significant
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Problem wounds (chronic wounds)

HBOT is widely used to treat chronic wounds and ulcers caused by arterial insufficiency, as well as diabetic, venous, decubital, trophic and neuropathic ulcers. Diabetic ulcers usually affect feet, hence the name "diabetic foot". Pathological process on arteries persists even in patients with well-controlled glycaemia. As a result of that process, occlusive disease of large blood vessels and pathological changes on small blood vessels could develop. Additional problems include diabetic
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