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Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales

Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan.

Abstract
Aim: Hyperoxygenation to the tissue through respiratory regulation have always been an emphasis in ayurvedic science.
The study is to emphasis on hyperoxygenation by machinery system for recovery of acute injury and thereafter continue
by ayurvedic techniques for further regulation of respiration. Material and Methods: The study was conducted from
February 2012 to December 2014 in the department of plastic surgery. 132 patients of diabetic ulcers were treated with
surgical treatment and hyperbaric oxygen therapy simultaneously. The patients were followed up in terms of results and
recurrence. Results: The results were satisfactory in 132 patients treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy and surgery. 18
patients underwent soft tissue reconstruction procedure, 47 underwent skin grafting procedures, 35 patients underwent
amputation procedures and 32 patients were managed conservatively with antibiotics and analgesics. All patients underwent
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy according to the wound requirements. About 37 patients ( 28%)recurred with the symptoms,
which were treated accordingly with surgery and hyperbaric therapy. Conclusion:Usage of hyperbaric oxygen therapy is
a known entity for acute injury. The follow-up of the patient from hyperbaric oxygen to hyperoxygenation should be
considered by combining both the system for better outcome in patients.

Key words: Hyperoxygenation, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Diabetic ulcer, recurrent ulcer


 
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Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan. Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales. AAM. 2015; 4(3-4): 79-82.


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Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan. Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales. AAM. 2015; 4(3-4): 79-82.



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Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan. Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales. AAM. (2015), [cited July 17, 2022]; 4(3-4): 79-82.



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Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan (2015) Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales. AAM, 4 (3-4), 79-82.



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Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan. 2015. Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 4 (3-4), 79-82.



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Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan. "Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 4 (2015), 79-82.



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Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan. "Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 4.3-4 (2015), 79-82. Print.



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Pradeoth Mukundan Korambayil, Prashanth Varkey Ambookan, Raghu Angappan (2015) Hyperoxygenation for Wound Healing : Exploring the Ancient Breathing Practices to Newer Scales. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 4 (3-4), 79-82.




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