Experience in the Use of Hydrogel Wound Dressings to Stimulate Regenerative Processes of Healing of Venous Ulcers in Patients with Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Keywords:chronic venous insufficiency, trophic ulcer, hyaluronic acid
This article presents the experience of complex treatment of trophic ulcers of venous etiology using of the adsorption bacteriostatic wound coverings in 54 patients. The features of the application of these dressings with their modification as well as the stimulation of regenerative processes using the hydrogel dressings with hyaluronic acid are described. These results suggest that the use of adsorption bacteriostatic wound coverings promotes faster regression of clinical symptoms and closure of venous trophic ulcers and reduces the duration of hospital stay compared to standard treatment. In turn the use of hydrogel wound coverings can reduce pain associated with dressing change and improve the patient’s quality of life.
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