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Diabetic Foot Ulcer Case Study.  Arthur Tallis, DPM, FACFAS, Phoenix, AZ
Day of 1st Application

Day of 1st Application

Week 2. Prior to 2nd Application

Week 2 Prior to 2nd
Application. 60% Reduction


Week 4. 80% Reduction


Patient Data
Age
55
Sex
Female
General Health Status
Charcot, Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
Wound
Diabetic Foot Ulcer present for 40 Weeks
Prior Treatments Surgical Debridement/Partial Calcanectomy,
Non-Weightbearing, Dermagraft
Excellagen Treatment Bi-weekly for 4 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.