Wound is a condition in which tissue structure deteriorates and loses its function as a result of deterioration of skin integrity for various reasons.

Wound care is the most important process in wound treatment.

Types of wounds

Chronic Wound

Wounds that take a long time to heal or show no signs of healing are called chronic wounds. Infection, ischemia and hypoxia can be seen in non-healing wounds.

Bed Sores

These are wounds caused by bedridden patients staying in the same position for a long time. If the wounds formed at the contact areas are not noticed, they can turn into chronic wounds.

Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Diabetes causes damage to vascular and nerve tissues. Mostly, the care and treatment of wounds in the foot area is a process that requires patience and should be followed by experts.


The most important factor is care and clothing. Many factors such as the cleaning of the tissue where the wound is located, the strength of the immune system, the effect of the drugs given play a role in the treatment process. The treatment method that the person needs is determined and applied by our expert staff.

Wound Debridement Method

It is the process of cleaning dead or infected tissues that prevent healing in the injured area.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

The patient enters a cabin and is exposed to pressure 2 or 3 times higher than sea level pressure. The amount of oxygen in the blood and tissues increases 20 times. With the increase in the amount of oxygen in the tissue, the production of substances that provide wound healing also increases.


It is possible to control and revive biological processes in living tissues. Plasma applications have desired therapeutic effects in sterilization, wound healing and stopping bleeding as well as treating a variety of skin diseases.

Radiated plasma does not cause a negative or allergic reaction in the body.

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