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Case 1C
Male, Age 62

History:
Diabetes mellitus, type 2; Peripheral artery disease; Infected diabetic foot ulcer; Osteomyelitis; Partial excision of the 5th metatarsal head extending to the bone
Treatment:
Treated with WINVIVO Wound Ointment; Dressing changed daily
Complete wound closure after
10 weeks


   

Case 2C
Female, Age 74
History:
PVD, chronic venous insufficiency; Diabetes mellitus, type 2; Nephrosclerosis; s/p Kidney transplant; 9-month traumatic painful wound
Treatment:
Treated with WINVIVO Wound Ointment; Dressing changed daily


 
   

Case 3C
Male, Age 60
History:
PVD, ABI <0.7, chronic venous insufficiency; Arterial hypertension; Hepatitis C; History of (L) ankle trauma and poorly healing wound for 2 years; (R) ankle trauma recently; Planned weekly appoinntments with Unna Boot changes but patient missed ~50% of the time|
Treatment:
Treated with WINVIVO Wound Ointment w/ adaptic gauze to wound; Dressing changed weekly

 

 

Case 4C
Female, Age 59
History:
 
Poorly controlled diabetes mellitus, type 2; Arterial hypertension; Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI); History of venous stasis dermatitis, cellulitis and septicemia; Developed lower extremity ulcers 5 years ago; Failed Silverlon and Unna boot treatment
Treatment:
Treated with WINVIVO Wound Ointment; Dressing changed weekly w/ compression (Unna Boot)

 

 

Case 5C
Male, Age 54
History:
Atherosclerosis; Coronary heart disease; Arterial hypertension; Heavy smoker
Treatment:
Surgical debridement; Treated with WINVIVO Wound Ointment; Dressing changed daily
Complete wound closure after
14 weeks


 
 

Case 6C
Male, Age 67
History:
PVD, venous insufficiency; s/p liver transplant; s/p kidney transplant; Non-healing wound for over 6 months post amputation of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th toes
Treatment:
Treated with WINVIVO Wound Ointment; Dressing changed daily
Complete wound closure after
12 weeks

 
   

Case 7C
Female, Age 66
History:
Diabetes mellitus, type 2; Peripheral artery disease; Failed (clotted) lower extremity bypass due to severe end-stage limb threatening ischemia; Several surgical debridements; Transmetatarsal amputation; Second lower extremity bypass; Lisfranc amputation

Treatment:
Treated with WINVIVO Wound Ointment; Dressing changed daily

Complete wound closure after
18 weeks

   

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