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DIABETIC FOOT ULCER

76-year old male patient with a diabetic foot syndrome

  PREVIOUS TREATMENT

Treatment with a standard plaster during 3 weeks prior to the treatment with .

  TREATMENT WITH 

Wound cleansing with saline solution and application of . Initially, coverage with a paraffined gauze, then with a non-woven gauze. An air bath was performed prior to 

applying for the first time. The patient refused to wear a pressure relief shoe.

  RESULT

Wound closure within 90 days.

CONCLUSION HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL

Dr. F. Castrignano, MD, Italy

“The use of    in combination with a regular sharp debridement led to a fast improvement of the wound bed and periwound skin. The oil lm prevented a remaceration of the wound edge.  enabled a very simple dressing change that could be performed by the home care organization
in less than 10 minutes. The relatively long healing time shows how important systematic pressure relief is. Given the fact that the patient was on his feet a lot, the result is impressive.”

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Day 90