A 69 y/o male patient with the history of venous ulcer that failed multiple treatments. For 7 years, the patient had untreatable chronic right lower limb venous stasis that progressed into leg ulceration. Four years ago, the skin ulceration aggravated, and local exudation occurred.
Comorbidities: 20-year history of hypertension, self-administered antihypertensive drug treatment; history of cerebral infarction for more than 10 years, slurred speech
Figure 1. Intraoperative debridement photo – Debridement and VSD Coverage (Vacuum sealing drainage: negative pressure with micro hole dressing)
Figure 2A. 7 days after VSD dressing removal and Vaseline gauze application
Figure 2B. Covered with BloodSTOP iX
Figure 8. On the 13th day after initial application of BloodSTOP iX, wound surface was epithelialized and covered