DIABETIC FOOT & WOUND CENTER
The Diabetic Foot and Hyperbaric Center for Wound Healing of Capitol Medical Center is a state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary center that offers a comprehensive advance treatment for chronic non-healing wounds. The team compose of dedicated, compassionate, experienced physicians and nurses that have the expertise to understand and treat varied circumstances and challenges of complex wounds.
The goal of the center is not only to heal chronic wounds, but also to preserve limbs and prevent wound recurrence. The center provides the finest treatment possible while improving the comfort and quality of life of the patient. One of the rationales of the center is early recognition of patient “at risk” of developing diabetic foot. The aim is preventive measures to minimized and prevent lower limb amputations, and early treatment of pressure injury.
Diabetic foot screening
- Monofilament testing
- Tuning Fork
- Risk Stratification
Diabetic foot and wound care education
- Wound Care
Using “modern dressings”
Minor and Medium Debridement and wound bed preparation
Pressure Injury monitoring, prevention and treatment
- Advanced wound care:
Vacuum assisted closure,
Application of growth factor,
Application of total contact cast or removal cast walkers
Varicose Vein procedures
- Vein stripping
- Endovenous laser therapy
- Superficial laser treatment
- Varicose vein consultation
Intermittent pneumatic compression for Lymphedema and Venous diseases.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy indication wounds
- Problematic, non-healing wounds and ulcers (Diabetic, venous etc.)
- Infective wounds – gas gangrene, refractory osteomyelitis, necrotizing soft tissue infections
- Acute traumatic ischemia, crush injuries, compartment syndromes
- Compromised skin grafts and flaps
- Thermal burn
- Late radiation induced tissue damage and complications due to endarteritis
- Prophylactically adjunctive to therapeutic radiation, for preparation of surgery or implant procedures in previously irradiated fields
Primary line of treatment:
- Air or gas embolism
- Decompression sickness
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Smoke inhalation
- Acute sensorineural hearing loss
- Intracranial abscesses
- Bell’s palsy
- Severe anemia
- HBOT in neurological illnesses-cerebral palsy, stroke, head injury
- HBOT as radiosensitizer in Glioblastoma multiforme and reirradiation of squamos cell CA
- Well being
There are other relative indications of HBOT in research journal which can be explored by the wound center.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber for faster wound healing now available at the center.
DIABETIC FOOT & WOUND CENTER is equipped with the latest facilities and experts ready to serve patients experiencing from any
of the following conditions.
- Diabetic Ulcer
- Arterial Ulcer
- Venous ulcer
- Vasculitic wound
- Radiation wound
- Decubitis and other pressure injury
- Soft tissue infections
- And other chronic wounds
For your Diabetic Foot and Wound Care concerns visit the center located at the 2nd floor of CMC 3 building or dial (+632) 8372-3825 loc. 2156 for details.