"We are a wound care consultancy that used LQD® Spray in a large number of patients with a variety of wounds. We've found it improved healing outcomes when compared to the healing rate before the use of LQD® Spray when all appropriate treatments had been provided without progress. There was certainly a reduction in size of all of the wounds while using LQD® Spray. We would certainly recommend its use in order to speed up healing rates."
"Having used the LQD® Spray in a number of patients with diabetic foot ulceration (DFU) we found it improved outcomes, especially where the wound had all other standards of care in place, such as off-loading and control of ischaemia. We have used LQD® Spray with a range of DFUs and even in patients who we did not manage to heal we often visually observed an improvement in the wound bed, in particular reduction in size."
"The use of LQD® Spray promoted epithelialisation and granulation in both venous leg ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers, despite some of the patients having complex co-morbidities that had resulted in making wounds difficult to heal. In these patients, LQD® Spray stimulated and accelerated healing in wounds that had previously not healed despite best practice wound management. In other patients, wound size was greatly reduced and the wound placed on a healing trajectory."
"The use of LQD® Spray greatly benefitted the patients treated. The burden of living with a chronic wound should not be under-estimated, and the patients were delighted to finally have their wounds healed; they had been present for months in some cases."
I had a Patient with a long standing non healing ulcer. They were referred with a non healing leg ulcer of over 30 years.
The patient had multiple dermatology inputs and biopsy which was negative for malignancy. The wound looked inflamed so the patient has been given many years of steroids which caused skin atrophy. The patient was referred back to Dermatology who prescribed Protopic. Protopic never healed the wound and it still looked inflamed.
The patient was always in full compression bandages.
Upon referral to Tissue Viability, I tried multiple dressings with no progress. I referred the patient back to Dermatology who discharged with no further input.
I then tried LQD® Spray, twice weekly, Atrauman to cover and a simple dressing pad along with the patients standard compression.
The wound healed in 4-5 weeks.
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