Oxygen Therapy and how it aids wound healing
Several Professors from different universities globally wrote articles reviewing the current evidence of how topical haemoglobin therapy aids in wound healing. Fill out the form below to request access to the three Oxygen Therapy articles below.
Acceptability and Ease of Use of Haemoglobin Spray
Knut Kröger, Gabor Gäbel, and Benjamin Juntermanns write about the Assessment of Acceptability and Ease of Use of Haemoglobin Spray (Granulox®) in the Management of Chronic Wounds. The article was published on the Chronic Wound Care Management and Research, March 2020.
Systematic review of the efficacy of topical haemoglobin therapy for wound healing
Jieman Hu, Shaoning Guo, Haiyan Hu, and Jianan Sun systematically review the current evidence to establish the efficacy, scope, adverse reactions, and required precautions of the efficacy of topical haemoglobin therapy for wound healing.
The Use of Topical Hemoglobin to Aid Wound Healing
In this article, Clement Loh, Qian Ying Tan, Diane L. K. Eng, Stewart R. Walsh,Tze Tec Chong, and Tjun Yip Tang discuss the use of Topical Hemoglobin to Aid Wound Healing. The article was originally published on the International Journal of Lower Extremity Wounds. The original article was published on the International Wound Journal on April 2020.
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