Mrs A, an 81-year-old, had a venous leg ulcer as a result of underlying venous hypertension, plus anaemia, and coeliac disease. She attended clinic to have her dressings and bandages changed on her venous leg ulcer, which had been present for over six weeks.
Mrs A’s wound measured 1.3×2.5cm and contained 40% granulation tissue and 60% slough. Mrs A rated her wound related pain as a 2 (on a scale where 1=no pain; 10=worst pain).
The wound was cleansed and two sprays of LQD® Spray Wound Care was applied for two minutes to form a protective dressing over the wound bed. K2 compression bandaging was then applied.
The dressing and bandaging was changed on day 8. The wound had reduced to measure 1cmx2.1cm and consisted of 70% granulation and 30% slough. On the second change on day 15 the wound had healed.
Addition of LQD® Spray to the best practice regimen promoted epithelialisation, resulting in complete healing of the wound after just two applications of LQD® Spray. Mrs A described the result as ‘fantastic’.
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