Roli i HBOT (Terapise Hiperbarike me Oksigjen) ne trajtimin e Ulcerave Venoze

İnsuficenca Venoze Kronike (İVK) eshte nje semundje e venave qe shkakton ulcerat venoze. Origjina e İVK eshte keqfunksionimi i valvulave venoze qe shkaktojne grumbullimin e gjakut dhe hipertensionin e sistemit venoz ne ate zone. Rritja e presionit venoz mund te shkaktoje demtimin e qarkullimit mikro-vaskular te gjakut (ischemia) dhe enjtjen e indeve.

Enjtja mund te demtoje me shume ushqimin e indeve dhe depertimin e oksigjenit ne inde duke shkaktuar furnizim i pamjaftueshem me oksigjen (hypoxia).
İskemia dhe hipoksia se bashku mund te shkaktojne probleme serioze ne sherimin e plageve duke bere qe plaget ne zonat problematike te kthehen ne plage te pasherueshme te cilat mund te komplikohen me teper duke u infektuar.

Simptomat:
Manifestime te İnsuficences Venoze Kronike jane:
• Enjtja e gjymtyreve te poshteme dhe e venave varikoze,
• diskomforti ne kembe dhe dhimbje (djegie, kruarje, dull ache),
• ndjesia e rendeses dhe e presionit te shtuar ne kembe,
• ndryshime te lekures (hiperpigmentimi ose errsimi i ngjyres se kembeve, fibroza etj.).
Efekti kryesor i Terapise Hiperbarike me Oksigjen (HBOT) ne rastin e Ulcerave Venoze eshte korrigjimi i hipoksise dhe iskemise (dmth mundesohet furnizimi normal me okasigjen), redukton enjtjen dhe dhimbjen.

Te dhenat e rastit te mesiperm:
Ulcer Venoze para dhe pas HBOT shihet qe plaga pas terapise eshte pergatitur per kryerjen e operacionit plastik (greft, qe eshte marrja e lekures nga nje pjese tjeter e trupit dhe vendoset ne plage).

PACIENTET NE FOTOT E MEPOSHTEME JANE TRAJTUAR NE KLINIKEN TONE “aymed TIRANA”

Pacienti 1

Para Terapise

Pas 11 seancash HBOT

Pacienti 2

Para Terapise

Gjate terapise

Pas terapise

Pacienti 3

Para Terapise

6

Pas Terapise

Pacienti 4

Para Terapise

6

Pas Terapise

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