Patient education is key as hyperbaric oxygen becomes mainstream

01/15/2013 | Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)

As more wound care centers offer hyperbaric oxygen therapy, proper patient education is key to safe and successful wound healing, says Preston Burrell, the safety director at McKay-Dee Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center in Utah. Educating patients about what is allowed in the chamber is key, but Burrell says letting them know what else they can do to help their wounds heal, such as eating a healthful diet, is equally important.

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