Durable healing outcomes of Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2) therapy highlighted at leading international clinical conferences

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Advanced Oxygen Therapy Inc (AOTI) has announced that its multimodality Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2) therapy was recently highlighted at multiple leading international clinical conferences across the USA and UK.

At this year’s Malvern Diabetic Foot Conference (7–9 July, Malvern, UK, the growing portfolio of high-quality clinical evidence supporting the effectiveness of cyclical-pressure TWO2 therapy in healing diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) was summarised by Robert Frykberg (DMPrevent Diabetic Foot and Wound Center, Dubai, UEA), who also presented the results from the recently published paper entitled “Topical oxygen therapy for diabetes-related foot ulcers: A systematic review and meta-analysis” by Jonathan Golledge (James Cook University and The Townsville University Hospital, Townsville, Australia) et al.

At the 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting (The National) of the American Podiatric Medical Association (29 July–1 August, Denver, USA) a breakthrough abstract by Matthew G Garoufalis (Edward Hines Jr VA Hospital, Chicago, USA) and Aliza M Lee (Salem Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Salem, USA) entitled: “The power of TWO2: Real-world evidence of the long-term healing and health benefits of cyclical pressurised topical wound oxygen therapy in diabetic foot ulcerations” was presented, further demonstrating significant reductions in hospitalisation and amputations over 12 months for DFU patients treated with TWO2, compared to those who were not.

During a Vascular Live Presentation entitled “TWO2 therapy for healing DFU and VLU: Reducing hospitalisations and amputations” at this year’s Society for Vascular Surgery’s Vascular Annual Meeting (SVS VAM 2021; 18–21 August, San Diego, USA and online), vascular surgeon Anil Hingorani (Vascular Institute of New York, New York, USA) summarised the cyclical oxygen pressure noncontact compression mechanism of action of TWO2, reviewed real-word cases and even provided a video testimonial from a patient who had suffered with non-healing venous leg ulcers (VLUs) for years, until finally healing with the addition of TWO2 therapy.


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