Advanced Oxygen Therapy Inc. (AOTI) of Oceanside, CA at MEDICA 2021 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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Advanced Oxygen Therapy Inc. (AOTI)

3512, Seagate Way, STE 100, 92056 Oceanside, CA
USA
Telephone +1 760 4314700
Fax +1 760 6833063
mike.griffiths@aotinc.net

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Disposables and consumables
  • 05.15  Wound care equipment
  • 05.15.12  Other wound care equipment

Our products

Product category: Other wound care equipment

Single-use Sacral Systems

AOTI offers a single-use Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2)Sacral system utilizing targeted therapy for all types of wounds on the torso, such as pressure ulcers, and can easily be applied at any care site, including hospitals, LTACs, Wound Care Clinics, SNFs, nursing homes, and to the patients’ homes

These single-use devices are easy to set-up and operate, and can be disposed of between treatments, eliminating any need for cleaning between patients

The Sacral system is comprised of a transparent, inflatable adhesive patch, associated tubing, foam belt, and pressure-regulating valve

Indications
  • TWO2 therapy has been shown to be particularly effective as an adjunctive treatment modality for closing chronic wounds, that include venous, diabetic, and pressure ulcers
  • TWO2 therapy has also been shown to be effective in treating diseased wounds, post-surgical infections, amputations, infected residual limbs, frostbite, and burns
  • TWO2 therapy allows for targeted treatments utilizing oxygen pressure applied directly to the wound site, resulting in none of the potential negative systemic effects seen in other therapies
  • The ability to close previously non-responsive and slow-to-heal wounds provides significant clinical, quality of life, and cost saving benefits
 

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Product category: Other wound care equipment

Single-use Extremity Systems

AOTI offers a wide range of single-use Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2) extremity chambers to allow our therapy to be applied effortlessly while meeting the needs of our customers in such varied care sites as hospitals, LTACs, Wound Care Clinics, SNFs, nursing homes, and patient homes

Our single-use devices are easy to set-up and operate, and can be disposed of between treatments, eliminating any need for cleaning between patients

The fundamentals of operation for our TWO2 therapy devices are the same. The extremity system is comprised of an inflatable plastic chamber and an electro-mechanical therapy controller unit

Indications
  • TWO2 therapy has been shown to be particularly effective as an adjunctive treatment modality for closing chronic wounds, that include venous, diabetic, and pressure ulcers
  • TWO2 therapy has also been shown to be effective in treating diseased wounds, post-surgical infections, amputations, infected residual limbs, frostbite, and burns
  • TWO2 therapy allows for targeted treatments utilizing oxygen pressure applied directly to the wound site, resulting in none of the potential negative systemic effects seen in other therapies
  • The ability to close previously non-responsive and slow-to-heal wounds provides significant clinical, quality of life, and cost saving benefits

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About us

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AOTI is dedicated to providing Advanced Wound Care products that utilize our patented non-invasive Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2) therapy

Our innovative products can help close all wound types, and are particularly effective in chronic (diabetic, pressure, and venous ulcers) and acute (post-surgical, cosmetic, and burn) wounds

TWO2 therapy is unique in that it helps to address the fundamental reasons chronic wounds fail to heal by; reversing wound tissue hypoxia, stimulating the underlying cellular mechanisms needed for tissue regeneration, creating non-contact sequential compression to reduce edema and promote perfusion, and creating an environment that destroys unwanted pathogens and combats infection

In closing previously unresponsive wounds, TWO2 therapy has significant impact on saving limbs, reducing overall healthcare costs, and greatly improving patients’ quality of life

The Global Chronic Wound Epidemic
Worldwide expenditures related to treating chronic wounds are estimated to be in excess of $55 Billion annually, making it one of the most costly components of the health care system
Chronic ulcers afflict 33 million people globally and nine million people in the USA, with growing prevalence due to increasing diabetes and obesity rates, as well as a growing aging population
It is estimated that 25 percent of older adults will suffer from chronic limb ulceration by 2050