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Fulton County Medical Center

McConnellsburg, PA Wound Care Services

Our wound center at Fulton County Medical Center (FCMC) offers a variety of specialized services to meet our patients' wound care needs. We work closely with Team Home Health and can provide nutritional interventions to treat the whole individual.

For more serious wounds, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a medical treatment approved by the Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine Society and involves breathing 100% oxygen while enclosed in a Hyperbaric oxygen chamber. The relaxing treatment can be completed while patients listen to music or watch movies and can be effective for a range of medical conditions and wounds.

Chronic refractory osteomyelitis

Chronic refractory osteomyelitis is an inflammation of bone tissue caused by an infection in the bloodstream or near the affected bone(s).

Diabetic ulcers

About 15 percent of diabetic patients develop ulcers, an open sore or wound on the feet that can become seriously infected without treatment.

Enhancement of healing in selected problem wounds

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can speed up the healing time in problem wounds that might heal on their own but take a significant amount of time.

 

Decompression sickness

Decompression sickness is a form of embolism when air enters the bloodstream under a rapid decrease in surrounding air pressure (decompression) (i.e., surfacing too quickly after diving).

Carbon monoxide poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisoning occurs when the oxygen in your red blood cells is replaced by carbon monoxide in environments where there is not enough natural oxygen to breathe.

Acute traumatic ischemia

Acute traumatic ischemia is a technical term for traumatic injuries like a crush injury, compartment syndrome, and others.

Crush injuries

Crush injuries can happen at home, at work, in car accidents, and any time part of your body is crushed between objects or moving parts.

Arterial wounds

When soft tissue in the body doesn’t receive adequate blood flow, arteries are at risk for developing ulcers or becoming damaged. These injuries are very slow to heal without additional support from treatments like HBOT.

Clostridia myositis and myonecrosis (gas gangrene)

These conditions can develop as infections that take hold after a traumatic injury—most commonly compound or complicated bone fractures.

Delayed radiation injury

Even when radiation is effective at eliminating cancer cells, the side effects can create complications and injuries of their own to treat separately.

Soft tissue radionecrosis

Radiation that causes soft tissue death from damaged blood vessels is called soft tissue radionecrosis (STRN).

Bony necrosis (osteoradionecrosis)

Radiation that causes bone death from damaged blood vessels is called bony necrosis.

Compromised skin grafts and flaps

Patients who receive skin grafts or flaps may experience complications or infections after the procedure that need to be treated as wounds.

Thermal burns

Severe burns benefit from oxygen therapy as a means of supporting rapid new cell development for healthy skin growth.

Central retinal artery occlusion intracranial abscess

HBOT is one of the only effective treatment options for patients with sudden and dramatic vision loss due to a lack of oxygenated blood to the retinas.

Our wound care staff will be happy to answer any questions you might have by calling (717) 485-2855.

FCMC's qualified staff are here to help you during your healing process.

Medical Director, Vicki Ellis, M.D, WCC, DWC, CWSP

Jeffrey S. Mandak, M.D. F.A.C.C

John D. Goldman, MD (Telehealth)

 Merrill McKenzie, MD

Melody Stouder, DPM



 

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