Study finds transdermal continuous oxygen therapy reduces inflammatory cytokines

11/12/2013 | Ostomy Wound Management online

Patients with chronic diabetic foot ulcers who received transdermal continuous oxygen therapy, in addition to standard care, for four weeks had lower levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines and tissue-degrading proteases than patients treated with standard care alone in a small study. Average wound size was reduced 87% in the oxygen therapy group compared with 46% in the control group, the researchers report.

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