Quick GuideQuick Guide: Granulox - topical haemoglobin

Quick Guide: Granulox - topical haemoglobin

Complex wounds

Quick Guide: Granulox - topical haemoglobinThis Quick Guide focuses on the role of oxygen in wound healing and how wounds low in oxygen fail to heal. Topical haemoglobin (Granulox) can help to stimulate wound healing by transporting ambient oxygen to the wound bed. The evidence base for using Granulox is building in chronic wounds and recent consensus recommendations, highlighted here, provide guidance for clinicians on when to use this novel approach in practice.

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