Hospital Risk Share

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Joint Ventures

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Revenue Cycle Management

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Safe-D-Net

Complex Healthcare helps fill the voids in your Wound Care programs..

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Gas Gangrene

If gas gangrene is suspected, the treatment must start immediately.

Debridement of Tissue

The dead tissue or bodily part may need to be removed in severe cases of gangrene. Debridement is the term for this procedure. Surgical equipment or chemicals can be used for this. The purpose of this kind of surgery is to remove the afflicted parts in order to stop the infection from spreading and get rid of the dead tissue from the body.

Maggot debridement is an alternate method of debridement that employs fly larvae to consume germs and dead tissue. Although uncommon, doctors can still employ this technique in the US and other nations.

Sometimes medical professionals are able to restart the oxygen supply to the injured area. Any damaged tissue can be repaired by skin grafts. In this operation, the damaged area is covered with a patch of healthy skin taken from another area of your body.

Antibiotics

If bacteria are found, your doctor might advise taking antibiotics. These are often injected intravenously, or straight into your circulation, using a needle.

Vascular Surgery

Vascular surgery (surgery on the arteries or veins) may be advised for a person with poor circulation that leads to gangrene in order to enhance the flow of blood to bodily tissues.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Bacterial development can be slowed by placing a patient with gas gangrene in a particular, oxygen-rich environment. The skin can then start to mend as a result. Additionally, it provides oxygen to the damaged tissue to aid in healing.

Amputation

In extreme situations, it can be essential to amputate a finger, toe, or limb in order to preserve your life. A prosthesis, or artificial limb, may be fitted to those who must have a portion of an arm or leg amputated due to gangrene to replace the lost body part.

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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.

To make an appointment with our healthcare professional and specialists, submit your appointment request or call us at +1-817-386-8886.

Gas Gangrene

If gas gangrene is suspected, the treatment must start immediately.

The dead tissue or bodily part may need to be removed in severe cases of gangrene. Debridement is the term for this procedure. Surgical equipment or chemicals can be used for this. The purpose of this kind of surgery is to remove the afflicted parts in order to stop the infection from spreading and get rid of the dead tissue from the body.

Maggot debridement is an alternate method of debridement that employs fly larvae to consume germs and dead tissue. Although uncommon, doctors can still employ this technique in the US and other nations.

Sometimes medical professionals are able to restart the oxygen supply to the injured area. Any damaged tissue can be repaired by skin grafts. In this operation, the damaged area is covered with a patch of healthy skin taken from another area of your body.

If bacteria are found, your doctor might advise taking antibiotics. These are often injected intravenously, or straight into your circulation, using a needle.

Vascular surgery (surgery on the arteries or veins) may be advised for a person with poor circulation that leads to gangrene in order to enhance the flow of blood to bodily tissues.

Bacterial development can be slowed by placing a patient with gas gangrene in a particular, oxygen-rich environment. The skin can then start to mend as a result. Additionally, it provides oxygen to the damaged tissue to aid in healing.

In extreme situations, it can be essential to amputate a finger, toe, or limb in order to preserve your life. A prosthesis, or artificial limb, may be fitted to those who must have a portion of an arm or leg amputated due to gangrene to replace the lost body part.

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