Hospital Risk Share

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Joint Ventures

Complex Healthcare welcomes the opportunity to work with physicians and physician groups

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Revenue Cycle Management

Complex Healthcare has a growing staff of professional billers, coders, and collection personnel.

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Safe-D-Net

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

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Treatment for Fistulas

Patients with fistulas often see gynecologists, urogynecologists, or colorectal surgeons for assistance on how to best proceed with treatment. Once a fistula has been identified, the doctor will determine the most appropriate course of therapy based on the fistula’s location, size, and current state. Symptom management with a catheter alone may be an option for treatment. Fistula repair surgery may be necessary for more severe cases.

Management

Fibrin glue. A fistula sealant is a type of medical glue.

Plug. The fistula is often filled with a collagen matrix.

Catheters. Typically, catheters are used to drain tiny fistulas in order to control infection.

Reformative Surgery

Procedures are performed through the abdominal wall. An incision is made in the patient’s abdominal wall in order to reach the fistula.

Incisions are made through the stomach wall (laparoscopy). Small cameras and instruments are used in this minimally invasive procedure to repair the fistula through a teeny incision.

Medicinal Remedies

Fistula-related infections can be treated with antibiotics or other drugs. In spite of this, there is no drug available that can completely eliminate fistulas. Therefore, making it important to acquire a doctor’s advice on the best treatment plans

While fistulas are dangerous, the high success rate of therapy should encourage you to get care quickly if you or someone you know has one.

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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.

Treatment for Fistulas

Patients with fistulas often see gynecologists, urogynecologists, or colorectal surgeons for assistance on how to best proceed with treatment. Once a fistula has been identified, the doctor will determine the most appropriate course of therapy based on the fistula’s location, size, and current state. Symptom management with a catheter alone may be an option for treatment. Fistula repair surgery may be necessary for more severe cases.

Fibrin glue. A fistula sealant is a type of medical glue.

Plug. The fistula is often filled with a collagen matrix.

Catheters. Typically, catheters are used to drain tiny fistulas in order to control infection.

Procedures are performed through the abdominal wall. An incision is made in the patient’s abdominal wall in order to reach the fistula.

Incisions are made through the stomach wall (laparoscopy). Small cameras and instruments are used in this minimally invasive procedure to repair the fistula through a teeny incision.

Fistula-related infections can be treated with antibiotics or other drugs. In spite of this, there is no drug available that can completely eliminate fistulas. Therefore, making it important to acquire a doctor’s advice on the best treatment plans

While fistulas are dangerous, the high success rate of therapy should encourage you to get care quickly if you or someone you know has one.

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