Francis Derk, DPM discusses the theory and application of topical wound oxygen. Dr Derk examines the literature relating to the studies of topical wound oxygen and hyperbaric oxygen treatment in wound therapies. He delves deeply into the chemical processes involved in the healing process including Redox signaling and angiogenesis. He also demonstrates applications of topical wound oxygen.
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Francis Derk, DPM
South Texas Veterans Health Care System: Chief of Podiatry Services
University Texas Health Science Center: Adjunct Assistant Professor
San Antonio, TX
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