Clinical Evidence

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offers efficacy from day one...

Explorer RCT proves the sooner UrgoStart treatment range is initiated, the better the outcome1

Reduced healing time by 60 days on average

Neutral dressing
with standard of care n=114

180 Days

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with standard of care
n=126

120 Days

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% of wounds completely healed after 20 weeks of treatment

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Interactive  dressing

(TLC-NOSF / UrgoStart)

Neutral dressing

2 Months

New wounds

11 Months

Long-standing wounds

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UrgoStart Plus, right from the start
The sooner it’s implemented, the better the outcome

From day one

To complete healing

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2 week old diabetic foot ulcer
Treated over 5 weeks

7 month old leg ulcer
Treated over 8 weeks

10 month old leg ulcer
Treated over 16 weeks

 
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Case studies: 01 Diabetic foot ulcer

2-week-old diabetic foot ulcer – Treated over 5 weeks

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Patient profile

This patient is a 59-year-old male patient with a history of diabetes, peripheral arterial disease, neuropathy and loss of sensation. SINBAD Score = 3 with reduced pedal pulse, protective sensation loss.

Condition

Presented with a diabetic foot ulcer, sized at > 1cm2. The ulcer is a post-amputation wound of the 2nd right toe, 10 days post operatively. The wound surface area was 3.75 cm2 with 50% of slough and 50% granulation tissue. Previous treatments included Alginate and N/A dressings. Wound was debrided as per standard protocol.

Results with UrgoStart Plus Treatment

At week 2, the wound surface is 1.50 cm2 and presents 10% sloughy tissue and 90% granulation tissue. The surrounding skin is healthy.


At week 5, the wound is healed.

Clinician’s comment:

5 weeks to complete closure is impressive.

 
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Case studies: 02 Leg ulcer

7-month-old leg ulcer – Treated over 8 weeks

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Patient profile

This patient is an 86-year-old female with a BMI of 32,0 kg/m2 and a history of hypertension.

Condition

Presents at day 0 with a 7-month old venous leg ulcer on the lateral gaiter area of her right leg. 50% of the wound bed was covered with sloughy tissue and 50% with granulation tissue. She had varicose eczema to the surrounding skin. ABPI = 0.93.
At presentation, the wound surface area was 10.01 cm2 and the local treatment was an absorbent pad in conjunction with compression. 

Results with UrgoStart Plus Treatment

At week 4, the wound surface is 1.84 cm2 and is covered with granulation tissue.


At week 8, the wound is healed and the surrounding skin is healthy.

 
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Case studies: 03 Leg ulcer

10-month-old leg ulcer – Treated over 16 weeks

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Patient profile

This patient is an 80-year-old female (BMI = 33,3 kg/m2) and a history hypertension, atrial fibrillation, renal failure, osteoporosis and dyslipidemia. ABPI =0.85.

Condition

Presented with a 10-month-old recurring ulcer with stasis dermititis and varicose veins on the medial aspect of her right leg. The wound surface is 22.03 cm2 and was covered with 80% sloughy tissue and 20% granulation tissue. The surrounding skin is erythematous and eczematous. Previous local treatment was a hydrofiber dressing in conjunction compression bandaging.

Results with UrgoStart Plus Treatment

At week 4, the wound surface is 8.47 cm2 and presents 10% sloughy tissue and 90% granulation tissue. The surrounding skin is eczematous.


At week 8, the wound surface is 1.55 cm2 and presents 100%

granulation tissue. The surrounding skin is erythematous.


At week 12, the wound surface is 0.27 cm2 and presents 100% granulation tissue. The surrounding skin is healthy.


At week 16, the wound is healed.

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