Mrs M was a 62-year-old who had been suffering from a venous leg ulcer for six months. She had a history of hypertension, sleep apnoea and was clinically obese.
Mrs M was visited at home where her wound was managed in accordance with best practice, using an Inadine dressing and Actico 2C compression bandaging.
Her wound measured 3x4cm, with the wound bed covered in 75% slough, 15% granulation and 10% epithelial tissue, and was producing a low volume of exudate. Mrs M reported wound-related pain of 3 (using a scale where 1=no pain; 10=worst pain).
Mrs M’s wound was cleansed, and two sprays of LQD® Spray Wound Care applied to cover the wound bed. It was then allowed to dry for two minutes to form a primary dressing, Actico 2C compression bandaging was then applied.
Mrs M was reviewed on day 8, with the wound seen to be making progress towards healing. LQD® Spray and Actico 2C compression bandaging were reapplied. At the next review on day 22, the wound was almost healed, consisting of 70% epithelial tissue, and 30% granulation. She reported that she was now pain free.
The use of LQD® Spray Wound Care promoted granulation and epithelialisation of the wound, and went on to heal completely. Mrs M was delighted.
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