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Board Review Wound Care

Evidence that Demands a Verdict - Hyperbaric Oxygen in Wound Healing

Thomas Serena, MD

Thomas Serena, FACS, MD discusses the mechanism for hyperbaric oxygen in healing, methods of application and studies that document its effectiveness.

CPME (Credits: 0.5)

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Goals and Objectives
  1. Describe the evidence for hyperbaric oxygen in diabetic foot ulcers
  2. Explain the mechanism of action for hyperbaric oxygen in wound healing
  3. Review the application of hyperbaric oxygen for appropriate patients
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  • Author
  • Thomas Serena, MD

    Vice President - American College of Hyperbaric Medicine
    Founder & Medical Director, Penn North Centers For Advanced Wound Care, Erie, PA

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    Thomas Serena has disclosed to be a consultant/advisor and/or a clinical trial investigator for Arthrocare, Celleration, Circ-Med, CoDa, Cytomedix, EnzySurge, Health Point, Kaypto, Mego Aflec/Lympha Press USA, Molnlycke Health Care, MoMelan, Osnovation, PolyRemedy Inc.,RedDress, Sanofi-Aventis, Systagenics and Tissue Therapeutics