Sunrise’s RESTORE Wound Specialty Program

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A non-healing wound is one that does not begin to heal after one month or has not sufficiently healed after two months. Many individuals suffer from non-healing wounds and ulcers for a number of reasons, including wound dehiscence , diabetes, neuropathy, and disorders that prevent the body’s natural healing process. If you are suffering from a non-healing or troublesome wound, then consider this overview on Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center’s RESTORE Wound Program to learn more about your options.

Here at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center, our RESTORE Wound Specialty Program offers patients a comprehensive, integrated surgical, medical, and multi-disciplinary approach to the management of chronic or complex wounds, treatment of soft tissue infections, and treatment of conditions that contribute to compromised limbs. Our program utilizes hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatments, allowing us to care for a number of conditions in addition to non-healing wounds, including:

  • Radiation injuries
  • Hemorrhagic cystitis
  • Compromised skin grafts or muscle flaps
  • Osteoradionecrosis
  • Refractory osteomyelitis
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Decompression illness
  • Gas embolism

As the only facility in Nevada with the Sechrist 3300E hyperbaric chamber, the Sunrise RESTORE Wound Specialty Program allows us to treat patients with a greater margin of safety and prevent trauma to the patient’s air spaces including the ears, sinus, and stomach. Our multi-specialty team of clinicians and physicians also provide a number of comprehensive services including limb preservation, wound care, infusion, and surgery. Our outpatient program provides services for adults and pediatric patients, as well as offers nutritional consultations to help treat our patients on an entire level rather than solely focusing on the wound itself.

Whether you’re suffering from a non-healing surgical wound, diabetic pressure ulcer, or radiation injuries, the RESTORE Wound Specialty Program at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center is here to help. For more information, contact us at (702) 731-8000.

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