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Diabetic Foot Ulcer Case Study
Jennifer Fong, DPM, Alan Sally, DPM, Brownsville, PA
Prior to Treatment
2.5 cm2

Prior to Treatment
2.5 cm2

Day 7: After Excellagen
Treatment (0.9 cm2 )

Day 7: After Excellagen
Treatment (0.9 cm2 )


Day 51: After 5 Excellagen
Treatments (0.1 cm2 )

Day 51: After 5 Excellagen
Treatments (0.1 cm2 )

Day 75: After 8 Excellagen
Treatments. Wound Healed.

Day 75: After 8 Excellagen
Treatments. Wound Healed.


 

Patient Data
Age
65
Sex
Male
General Health Status
Diabetes, PAD, Hypertension, Basal Cell Carcinoma
Wound
Full-thickness, sub-3rd right metatarsal head.
Present for 5 months
Prior Treatments Debridement (weekly), silver alginate, Medihoney
Excellagen Treatment 8 Treatments during 10 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.