A Retrospective Chart Review of Chronic Wound Patients Treated with Topical Oxygen Therapy

@inproceedings{Copeland2017ARC,
  title={A Retrospective Chart Review of Chronic Wound Patients Treated with Topical Oxygen Therapy},
  author={Karen S. Copeland and Angie R. Purvis},
  booktitle={Advances in wound care},
  year={2017}
}
Objective: Topical oxygen devices are Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared for the following indications for use of various etiologies: skin ulcerations due to diabetes, venous stasis, postsurgical infections and gangrenous lesions, decubitus ulcers; amputations/infected stumps; skin grafts; burns; and frostbite. The goal of this study was to understand the impact of topical oxygen therapy (TOT) on patient outcomes, including amputation and healing rates. Approach: This retrospective… CONTINUE READING

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