Wounds are considered chronic if they have not significantly improved in four weeks or completely healed in eight weeks. Types of wounds treated at the Oklahoma Wound Center are:
The Oklahoma Wound Center provides Transcutaneous Oxygen Measurement or TCOM testing which is a noninvasive tool to aid in vascular assessments to help predict healing potential and response to hyperbaric oxygen therapy. TCOMs are also useful for:
In the Fall of 2008, the Oklahoma Wound Center implemented HBOT as part of its comprehensive wound care program. HBOT is a procedure in which patients breathe pure oxygen in a pressurized clear chamber. HBOT is used to treat many medical conditions including:
The positive effects of HBOT include:
We are located at 3500 HealthPlex Parkway, Suite 102 in Norman, Oklahoma.
To schedule an appointment at the Oklahoma Wound Center, call (405) 307-6955.
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