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AZH is a medical center in Milwaukee WI, dedicated to Excellence in Wound, Vascular and Regenerative Services.

BEST SERVICES
BEST SERVICES

Dedicated to Excellence in Wound, Vascular and Regenerative Services –
Achieving Optimal Clinical & Economically Efficient Outcomes.

INNOVATION
INNOVATION

AZH is an innovative entrepreneurial company founded on the core principle of excellence in Vascular Medicine and Wound Care.

What We Do?

We provide a following health services for our patients in the supervision of senior and expert doctors and qualified staff.

Wound Care

At AZH our highly trained and experienced wound care specialists provide superior care modified to match individual patient needs. Our multi-disciplinary approach to wound healing is designed to help you heal faster.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a medical treatment proven safe and effective for a number of diseases and conditions. It is administered using hyperbaric chambers, in which the patients safely breathe 100% oxygen at greater than normal atmospheric pressure

Vascular Medicine

AZH Vascular Center provides comprehensive care for patients with manifestations of peripheral arterial vascular and venous disease. The AZH vascular team will provide care in an environment designed with the experience of patients and families in mind.

Regenerative Medicine

AZH is regional leader in the field of Regenerative Medicine.  Our team explores applications in tissue engineering and molecular biology to enhance the process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore

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The AZH platform will utilize best practice models for the management of diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, and diabetic foot ulceration and includes a disease prevention platform to hasten wound healing, prevent recurrence, reduce longer term complications and minimize the requirement for hospitalization.

AHA Outlines Diagnosis

Edema can be the result from varying issues, including chronic venous insufficiency, wounds, trauma, post-surgical procedures such as orthopedic and plastic surgery.

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onsite wound care

Uterine fibroid embolization (UFE) is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat fibroid tumors of the uterus which can cause heavy menstrual bleeding, pain, and pressure on the bladder or bowel. It uses a form of real-time x-ray called fluoroscopy to guide the delivery of embolic agents to the uterus and fibroids.
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Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted and rough veins that commonly appear in the legs and feet. For many people, there are no symptoms that occur; however, for some people, varicose veins can cause aches, swelling, burning, discomfort, itching, and cramping. Treatment involves compression stockings, some exercise, and minimally invasive vein procedures to close or remove the veins.
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AZH is regional leader in the field of Regenerative Medicine.  Our team explores applications in tissue engineering and molecular biology to enhance the process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function.
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Azh Center Wound Care

AZH provides management and consulting services to parties looking to either establish initial start-up ventures or to enhance and grow active operational wound care and vascular medicine programs.
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diabates management azh centers

Diabetes is associated with severe complications including vascular disease, blindness, kidney disease, ulcers and amputation. Adults with diabetes have heart disease death rates about 2 to 4 times higher than adults without diabetes.
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AZH is a medical center in Milwaukee WI, dedicated to Excellence in Wound, Vascular and Regenerative Services – Achieving Optimal Clinical & Economically Efficient Outcomes.

Wound Care

LATEST HEALTH NEWS

AZH Centers are intended to begin the transition from the current hospital platform, a procedural based fee for service model, to a value-driven payment system modeling the ACO payment structure.

The Medical Condition of Edema and its Treatment

Normal people call it swelling, doctors call it Edema. In other words, Edema is the medical term used...

Normal people call it swelling, doctors call it Edema. In other words, Edema is the medical term used for swelling. When a body part swells due to any medical condition such as inflammation, infection, pregnancy, medicinal side effect, external trauma, it is because our small blood vessels leak the trapped fluid into the nearby tissues causing them to bulge outward in a rather painful manner known as Edema. It can happen anywhere, inside or outside the body. Causes of Edema Edema can be caused by various outward or inward agents; lack of proteins in the blood, allergic reactions, blood clots, tumours, burns, infections, high altitudes, medicines and even bee stings and insect bites can cause Edema. Types of Edema Although the Edema can occur in any body part, it still has types according to wherever it occurs and its nature. For instance, Peripheral Edema affects the limbs which could be a sign of a troubled circulatory system. As the name suggests, Pedal Edema occurs when the fluid gets trapped in the blood vessels of your feet or legs. It commonly happens to pregnant and elderly people. Lymphedema is mostly caused when the lymph nodes get damaged and stop filtering out the waste materials out of the skin. This may be because of a major surgery, radiation or cancer. Pulmonary Edema happens when the fluid collects in the air sacs of the lungs resulting in suffocation or a blood cough. Macula is the part of the retina which is the light sensitive area behind the eye. The damaged blood vessels in the retina can cause the fluid to build in this part of the eye known as Macular Edema. Most of the serious one is the Cerebral Edema where the fluid builds up in the brain. This mostly happens by a head injury or when a blood vessel bursts or blocks. Several allergic reactions also cause Cerebral Edemas. Treatment of Edema Just like any other disease, to treat Edema, the underlying cause of it must be known first. For instance, to treat swelling due to an allergic reaction, anti-allergy must be taken thereof. A physical exam is commonly sufficient to diagnose Edema but most doctors might prefer to take blood and urine tests in order to investigate the underlying cause of Edema and depending on its severity. If the Edema is mild in nature, it can be left alone while it heals itself. It might be temporary but, in most cases, it also becomes permanent. In several cases of Edema, medications known as Diuretics might be given to the patient to increase the process of urination. This helps to get rid of the excess fluid from the body in the friendliest manner. However, these medications are always given by looking at your medical history and the nature of your condition. The doctor might further suggest physiotherapy, massage, movement and exercises accordingly. Some Other Points to Remember Whilst Treating Edema Edema can cause heart failure if a blood vessel in the heart gets affected. Controlling body weight, monitoring salt intake and quitting cigarettes and alcohol could be helpful to treat it. If an acute lung disease is behind Edema, completely quitting smoking should be worthwhile. Several medications also cause Edema, make sure to consult the medical practitioner before stopping any medication. Edema in the limbs can be evaded or treated by avoiding to sit or stand in the same postures for a long period. Pressurizing the affected muscles by massage or by wearing customized stockings might be good. Try to keep your legs elevated above the level of your heart to keep the circulation throughout the body smooth. Swollen areas must be protected from further external traumas, pressure, extreme cold or hot temperatures as it is already on the verge of becoming infected. The doctor should be contacted as soon possible if redness, soreness occurs in the swollen area which is often accompanied by short breathiness, nausea and lethargies in extreme cases.

The Medical Condition of Edema and its Treatment

Normal people call it swelling, doctors call it Edema. In other words, Edema is the medical term used...

Innovative & Healthcare Solutions

AZH is an innovative entrepreneurial company founded on the core principle of excellence in Vascular Medicine and Wound Care. The AZH Limb Preservation Center is the first of its kind in the Midwest to combine and integrate expertise in wound care and vascular medicine for the management of peripheral vascular disease and ulcerative critical limb ischemia into one disease focused medical practice.