Some wounds demand extra attention. No matter what you or your doctor try, your wound just won’t heal. At that point, our doctors can use their advanced equipment like the hyperbaric oxygen chamber to increase the amount of oxygen in your body, which will promote the natural healing process.
A wound that won’t heal can evidentially turn from irritating to life-threatening. Fortunately, we’re here to help prevent those problems from getting worse. In addition to hyperbaric oxygen treatments, we utilize other procedures, such as debridement and infection management, to prevent serious complication. Don’t let a treatable injury turn into a major medical problem.
The Hyperbaric Center at St. Mary's
The Hyperbaric Center at St. Mary’s Medical Center is equipped with the technology and specially-trained team necessary to treat the full spectrum of emergency conditions and chronic illnesses. Our hyperbaric chambers are accessible 24/7 in the event of an emergency, and are available during normal business hours for elective care.
Patients can sit upright or recline comfortably while reading or watching a movie as they undergo treatment in one of our multi-place chambers. If necessary, accommodations can be made for patients on stretchers. A nurse, respiratory therapist or paramedic trained in hyperbaric medicine remain in attendance at all times and communicate with a hyperbaric physician as needed. If needed, a trained professional can enter the chamber and quickly be at the patient’s side.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used to treat a variety of conditions, including:
Chronic refractory osteomyelitis
Compromised skin flaps and grafts
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Should you have questions or would like to refer a patient for treatment, please call us at (561) 882-2852.
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