This page presents case studies on Woulgan. Updates will be provided regularly. To access and/or download the different stories, simply click on one of the titles below!
Patient with a diabetic ulcer who also suffered from arterial failure. The ulcer measured 4,5 cm2 and was 5 months old when Woulgan was applied.
A 61-year-old woman with juvenile-onset diabetes. Complications of diabetes caused Charcot in the left foot, which was treated with a cast.
Very challenging foot ulcer on a patient with systemic sclerosis that was 18 months old when the treatment with Woulgan was initiated.
Clinical assessment of patient-related factors indicated a hard to heal ulcer and the clinic decided to implement Woulgan after having used standard of care for 3,5 months.
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Male in his fifties. Immobile. Woulgan treatment initialised for the first time in November 2014. Treatment initiation agreed with the responsible physician. The skin graft is approximately two years old.
After a small surgery in January 2015, the sutures were removed and the incision partly dehisced. The patient is an 82 year old woman with no medical history except for arthrosis in the knees and hips.
77 years old male with an open post-operative wound on his thorax. The wound developed after a thoracotomy on the right side, wedgeresektion segment 2, in May 2016.
Male, 79 years old. Active and in good health. On 20th August 2016, he fell from a ladder and hit a garden tool, resulting in an acute trauma (deep wound) at his right elbow/underarm.
55 years old female with a neuropathic foot ulcer. In addition, she has diabetes type II, hypertension, adiposity, hypercholesterolemia, gout and personal problems that may influence her compliance.
86 years old male with a distal, neuropathic foot ulcer. The patient is also suffering from spinalstenosis, osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis, which he has been afflicted by for approximately 30 years.
A 68-year-old male patient suffered a trauma in the 1960s which led to amputation of the hallux ending with a very painful wound.