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Diabetic Foot Ulcer Case Study.  Lawrence A. DiDomenico, DPM Youngstown, OH
Prior to Treatment 
4.2 cm2

Prior to Treatment
4.2 cm2

Week 7: After 7 Excellagen
Treatments. 3.4 cm2

Week 7: After 7 Excellagen
Treatments. 3.4 cm2


Week 11: After 11 Excellagen
Treatments. 0.8 cm2

Week 11: After 11 Excellagen
Treatments. 0.8 cm2

Week 15: After 13 Excellagen
Treatments. Wound Closure

Week 15: After 13 Excellagen
Treatments. Wound Closure


Patient Data
Age
48
Sex
Male
General Health Status
Diabetes, Smoker
Wound Lower left extremity neuropathic ulcer.
present for 10.5 weeks
Prior Treatments
Wound Vac and Skin Graft
Excellagen Treatment Weekly for 13 weeks

Excellagen is indicated for the management of wounds. Although many patients benefit from the use of the product, results may vary. Please see full prescribing information.