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How NATROX® O₂ Works

NATROX® O₂ topical oxygen therapy delivers continuous oxygen to a wound to aid in healing.

Patients with a chronic wound have a 71% greater chance of healing using NATROX® O₂ than with standard of care alone.1

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    Natrox O2

    Serving Veterans by Improving Wound Healing

    24/7 OXYGEN THERAPY

    24/7 OXYGEN THERAPY

    Delivered directly to the wound, improves healing in a previously non-healing wound.2, 3

    UNRESTRICTED MOBILITY

    UNRESTRICTED MOBILITY

    Battery-powered device, providing patients the freedom to go about their normal day.

    90% PATIENT SATISFACTION

    90% PATIENT SATISFACTION

    With patients reporting a reduction in pain and reduced impact on their lifestyle. 4

    DISCREET

    DISCREET

    Small, lightweight and completely silent, so no sleep disturbance.

    SIMPLE DESIGN

    SIMPLE DESIGN

    No on/off switch, device activated when the battery is inserted. Dressings can be left on for up to a week.

    NATROX® O₂ is intended for complex, slow healing or non-healing wounds.

    Wound types that could benefit from supplementary oxygen:

    pressure injury

    PRESSURE INJURY

    leg ulcer

    LEG ULCER

    diabetic foot ulcer

    DIABETIC FOOT ULCER

    NON-HEALING SURGICAL WOUND

    NON-HEALING SURGICAL WOUND

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    Inotech AMD Inc.

    1350 4th Street Drive NW
    Hickory, NC
    28601

    888-354-9772

    VAcustomersupport@natroxwoundcare.com

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    NATROX® O₂ is on the Federal Supply Schedule

    Contract Number: 36F79720D0094

    1. Serena TE, Bullock NM, Cole W et al. Topical oxygen therapy in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers: a multicentre, open, randomised controlled trial. J Wound Care 2021; 30: Suppl.5 S7-14
    2. Kaufman, H., Gurevich, M., Tamir, E., et al., 2018. Topical oxygen therapy stimulates healing in difficult, chronic wounds: a tertiary centre experience. J Wound Care, 27(7) pp.426–33.
    3. Yu, J., Lu, S., McLaren, A.M., et al., 2016. Topical oxygen therapy results in complete wound healing in diabetic foot ulcers. Wound Repair Regen, 24, pp.1066-72.
    4. Jones, N., Curran, G., Ivins, M., et al., 2017. The role of topical oxygen therapy in the treatment of diabetic foot ulceration. [Poster presentation] 2017 Wounds UK: Harrogate