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Compromised Flaps and Grafts

The use of skin grafts and flaps to cover big wounds. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment can aid in the healing of grafts and flaps that have become damaged due to insufficient blood supply and oxygen. You breathe compressed oxygen during hyperbaric oxygen therapy while lying in a clear plastic tube. The additional oxygen aids in tissue healing and infection defense. Each procedure can last up to two hours. Treatment-related adverse effects are uncommon.

HBOT

The use of hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) has been shown to aid in the survival of damaged grafts and flaps. As the pathophysiology of a damaged graft or flap involves a deficiency in perfusion, oxygenation, and nutrition to the new tissue, boosting circulation and oxygenation with HBOT can contribute by directly reducing this deficit.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases circulation and oxygenation, creates new blood vessels (angiogenesis), stimulates fibroblasts—a type of cell that contributes to collagen production, which is necessary for new, healthy skin—boosts the ability of white blood cells to fight infection, and, over time, can lessen the damage caused by irradiation.

Several clinical studies and animal experiments have demonstrated the efficacy of hyperbaric oxygen therapy on challenged grafts and flaps, with one prominent study finding a 29% increase in the survival of compromised split skin grafts compared to the control group. Technique of a recently compromised graft or flap with hyperbaric oxygen therapy and preventative therapy in high-risk patients are both appropriate applications of this treatment.

Hyperbaric oxygen treatment can be a useful supplementary therapy for a compromised graft or flap and can prevent additional adverse effects for the patient and the care team. HBOT can expedite wound healing, save damaged grafts and flaps, and enhance treatment outcomes when administered in a timely manner.

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At Complex Healthcare Solutions, our care team’s approach is to collaborate with your treatment to address any existing conditions you are currently suffering. Our specialists will work to create a complete treatment plan suited to you to heal and fully recover quickly.

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Compromised Flaps and Grafts

The use of skin grafts and flaps to cover big wounds. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment can aid in the healing of grafts and flaps that have become damaged due to insufficient blood supply and oxygen. You breathe compressed oxygen during hyperbaric oxygen therapy while lying in a clear plastic tube. The additional oxygen aids in tissue healing and infection defense. Each procedure can last up to two hours. Treatment-related adverse effects are uncommon.

The use of hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) has been shown to aid in the survival of damaged grafts and flaps. As the pathophysiology of a damaged graft or flap involves a deficiency in perfusion, oxygenation, and nutrition to the new tissue, boosting circulation and oxygenation with HBOT can contribute by directly reducing this deficit.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases circulation and oxygenation, creates new blood vessels (angiogenesis), stimulates fibroblasts—a type of cell that contributes to collagen production, which is necessary for new, healthy skin—boosts the ability of white blood cells to fight infection, and, over time, can lessen the damage caused by irradiation.

Several clinical studies and animal experiments have demonstrated the efficacy of hyperbaric oxygen therapy on challenged grafts and flaps, with one prominent study finding a 29% increase in the survival of compromised split skin grafts compared to the control group. Technique of a recently compromised graft or flap with hyperbaric oxygen therapy and preventative therapy in high-risk patients are both appropriate applications of this treatment.

Hyperbaric oxygen treatment can be a useful supplementary therapy for a compromised graft or flap and can prevent additional adverse effects for the patient and the care team. HBOT can expedite wound healing, save damaged grafts and flaps, and enhance treatment outcomes when administered in a timely manner.

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