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