Can topical oxygen therapy promote faster wound healing
What is the most efficient way to use oxygen therapy for chronic wounds? Prof. Dr. Joachim Dissemond and Mrs. Malehlohonolo Mbonani lead this webinar discussing the evidence proving the clinical and cost benefits of topical oxygen therapy in treating chronic wounds. UPDATED: Subtitles available in Spanish, Italian, Thai, and Turkish.
Professor Joachim Dissemond - Hypoxia in chronic wounds - Short clip
|Mrs Tshidi Mbonani - Case studies using Granulox - Short clip||Professor Joachim Dissemond - Hypoxia in chronic wounds - Short clip|
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Topic Can topical oxygen therapy promote faster wound healing?
UPDATED: Subtitles available in Spanish, Italian, Thai, and Turkish.
How can oxygen therapy make a difference in the healing of chronic wounds? During this webinar, we will hear from both Prof. Dissemond from Germany and Mrs. Malehlohonolo Tshidi Mbonani from South Africa on their experiences and evidence on this subject.
Participants will learn more about:
- How improving oxygen availability in chronic wounds can promote faster, more effective healing
- How innovative topical oxygen therapy with a hemoglobin spray can help oxygenate hard-to-heal wounds
Mrs. Malehlohonolo Mbonani
Chairperson at the Wound Care Committee
Chris Hanis Baragwanath Academic Hospital
Educator in advanced wound care
Prof. Dr. Joachim Dissemond, MD
Essen University Hospital
Member of Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Wundheilung (Wound Healing Working Party) the Initative Chronische Wunde (ICW) and the Wund-D.A.CH. (Three State Wound Association)
At the end of the webinar participants will learn from real case studies with Granulox® in a large wound clinic in Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, South Africa, followed by a live Q&A session led by Prof. Dissemond and Mrs. Mbonani.