Dermatology and hard-healing wounds

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Skin it is the largest organ of our body, it is a barrier separating from the environment, and at the same time provides contact with it.
Skin diseases are often neglected in the early stages, but have a huge impact on daily functioning.
Due to the rich innervation of the skin, most of the disease states are very painful.
Interrupted connectivity skin is the perfect gateway for all pathogens (including viruses, bacteria, fungi), which often can seriously harm our health.
Bad condition, the appearance of the skin often causes malaise and many complexes of patients.
In contrast, abnormal wound healing can lead to severe limitation of limb and torso mobility.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used to treat a number of pathologies of the skin surface ischemic infectious, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.

Hyperbaric oxygenotherapy by improving microcirculation, angiogenesis and neovascularization processes, and above all increasing the solubility of oxygen in the plasma, leads to better oxygenation and providing the right amount of nutrients to the skin cells. An intensive process of multiplication of epithelial cells' fibroblasts and collagen fibers allows the formation of healthy, elastic skin and healing of wounds. Anti-inflammatory properties of hyperbaric oxygen therapy have been widely described in the literature. Effects on cytokines that cause inflammation, reduction of edema and damage to the endothelium allow faster regeneration. It improves the functioning of the immune system by affecting leukocytes, has a bactericidal and fungicidal effect and inhibits toxins produced by anaerobic bacteria. Impact on internal organs results in easier removal of unnecessary metabolic products and toxins from the body, and thus affects the condition of skins, which becomes more radiant.

Hyperbaric oxygenotherapy effectively supports the treatment of such skin diseases as:

– psoriasis
– atopowe zapalenie skóry
– eczema
– infekcje bakteryjne skóry i tkanek miękkich
– rany wywołane niedokrwieniem kończyn dolnych
– odmrożenia
– poparzenia
– trudno gojące się rany

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