Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy consultations
Patients are evaluated after referral by their attending physician. Treatment regimen and other recommendations are then presented by the HBOT physician specialist to the referring/attending physician who remains responsible for the patient's general medical management. Successful therapy requires a team management approach.
Because oxygen intake under increased atmospheric pressure is a potent drug, hyperbaric oxygen must be administered carefully to avoid toxic effects. The protocols established by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS), the patient's clinical response and other factors determine the number of treatments required.
HBOT consultations may be obtained by calling the Center for Comprehensive Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy at:
|Aurora BayCare Medical Center||(920) 288-4010|
|Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center||(414) 649-6577||(414) 649-9500|
|Aurora St. Luke's South Shore||(414) 489-4539||(414) 489-4539|
|Aurora West Allis Medical Center||(414) 328-8484|
|Aurora Medical Center in Hartford||(262) 670-7213|
|Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha||(262) 948-5702|
Normal working hours are weekdays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Staff is on 24-hour standby for emergency treatment and consultation.
Emergency patients have rapid access to Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center via rooftop heliport.