Mr L was 63-years-old with type 2 diabetes, diabetic foot ulceration, peripheral arterial disease and venous leg ulcers.
His diabetic foot ulcer had been present for 245 days and had been managed using Flaminal Forte gel and a Biatain dressing. On initial assessment, the wound bed was covered with 30% granulation tissue and 70% slough, with dimensions of 0.4×0.4×0.3cm deep and producing a low volume of exudate.
Two sprays of LQD® Spray were applied to the wound bed and allowed to dry for two minutes to form a primary dressing. Biatain was applied as a secondary dressing, followed by padding and offloading of the diabetic foot ulcer.
On initial review (day 8) the wound was 100% granulating post wound debridement and had reduced in size. At subsequent reviews, two sprays of LQD® Spray were applied to the wound bed and the wound dressed and offloaded as previously described. By day 23, the wound was covered in epithelial tissue and went on to heal fully by day 37.
This complex diabetic foot ulcer was healed completely following 6 applications of LQD® Spray. It’s use in conjunction with offloading promoted epithelialisation of the wound, until healing was achieved.
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