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- Patient (female) with unmanaged diabetes had non-healing burn site.
- Sharp debridement on first visit (3/13, not shown.) Lavage + matrix applied and given to patient for home treatment during dressing changes.
- Switched to Omeza hydrocolloid and skin protectant at 4/1.
- Continued use of skin protectant wound closure.
- Debridement performed with Omeza Products Application, as directed
- Evaluation of the wound performed with application of the Omeza products, as directed
- Fitted and given an offloading device (AFO), ankle-foot orthosis
- Diabetic foot ulcer completely closed
- Follow-up to be done in 1 month to review recurrence
- Patient to continue wearing the AFO
- *This is a high-risk area for infection and amputation
- Ulcer onset October 2021
- Prior Treatments: Collagen powder, foam padding and offloading with Boot and daily dressing changes
- Began Omeza on January 27, 2022
- Once a week application
- Measurements at onset of Omeza combined therapy 3.0cm x 1.0cm x 0.2cm
- Ulcer healed on March 31, 2022
Sickle Cell Ulcer
- 31y/o female
- Past Medical History: Sickle cell anemia, Asthma
- Past Surgical History: Ectopic pregnancy with salpingectomy, Cholecystectomy
- Medications: Hydroxyurea, Percocet, Folic acid, albuterol inhaler
- Allergies: MorphineSocial History: Smokes half a pack a day of cigarettes since ago of 17, alcohol socially, smokes marijuana
Venous Leg Ulcer
- 54 yo male
- Past Medical History: HTN, Factor V Leiden deficiency, DVT
- Past Surgical History: IVC Filter placement in 2002, Paraumbilical Hernia in 2016
- Medications: Amlodipine, Hydrochlorothiazide, Warfarin
- Family History: Family has thrombosis and factor V Leiden
- Social History: Smokes half a pack a day of cigarettes, Denies alcohol and drug use