Chronic non-hematogenous osteomyelitis treated with adjuvant hyperbaric oxygen.


Between 1979 and 1982, thirty-eight patients with chronic non-hematogenous osteomyelitis were treated by local débridements of the wound, prolonged parenteral administration of antibiotics, and an average of forty-eight once-a-day treatments with hyperbaric oxygen. Of these thirty-eight patients, thirty-four remained free of clinical signs of osteomyelitis… (More)


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