In this interview hosted by David Charash DO,CWS,FACEP,FUHM, Dr. Charash sits down with Marcus Gitterle, MD to delve deep into the realm of limb preservation. As they navigate the intricacies of vascular services and wound care, the interview offers a unique peek behind the scenes of a hybrid vascular/wound care model for community hospital limb […]
Wound Care University of New Braunfels, Texas, has announced that their Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care has been approved by the National Board of Diving & Hyperbaric Medical Technology. The Board established the industry criteria for the certification of technicians involved in the practice of diving and hyperbaric oxygen therapy in 1985. […]
As a hyperbaric provider, a lot of the wounds we treat on an outpatient basis are diabetic foot wounds. Through prevention, advanced wound care, and hyperbaric medicine, we can keep these patients standing on their own two feet! Our patients living with diabetes have a lot to manage; constantly checking blood Glucose levels, taking medicine, […]
Since our last post, I thought it would be a great idea to share with you my biggest passion in the world of wound care. For ten years I have specialized in hyperbaric medicine and helped so many patients heal through this incredible adjunctive therapy. What is this therapy? HBOT (Hyperbaric oxygen therapy), is a […]
Referring to wounds as ‘wonderful’ might seem odd, I know. But as the Wonderful World of Wounds blog posts will show you, being able to heal wounds, restore our patient’s quality of life and educate our community about prevention and care is truly wonderful. I hope you will enjoy following along on this educational journey as much as I will enjoy providing the education.