Failed Surgical Grafts/Flaps

How does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) help?

Any condition requiring surgery can be a concerning scenario for a patient. When post-surgical complications arise and a surgical graft/flap begins to fail it can become an emergency. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy forces hard working oxygen saturated blood cells to the afflicted surgical site. Those oxygen saturated blood cells begin working to kill infection, reduce swelling, and repair damaged tissues.

How often is treatment?

Treatments are conducted Monday through Friday.Each treatment is about two hours long. We are accommodating to our patient’s active schedules by having several start times.

How many treatments do patients need?

The national average for the number of hyperbaric treatments given to with surgical complications is 10 to 15 treatments. Our dedicated specialist Dr. Paul Buza, closely monitors your progress and tracks any improvement that you may notice.

Brevard Regional Hyperbaric Center Paul W. Buza