This document contains a series of case reports describing the use of BETAplast® PRO-N Dressing in patients with a range of chronic and acute wounds of varying aetiology and severity.
Each case study was carried out for a period of 1 month, or longer, with regular assessments. A photographic record of the wound was also taken at each review to document progress.
All patients were assessed for:
■ Improvement or deterioration to the wound
■ Change in wound size
■ Condition of the wound bed and surrounding skin
■ Signs and symptoms of infection
■ Wound exudate levels
Wound pain was assessed between dressing changes and during dressing removal using a visual analogue scale (VAS) where 0 = no pain and 10 = unbearable pain.
The clinicians undertaking the study were asked to rate how satisfied they were with the use of BETAplast‰ PRO-N (from highly satisfied, satisfied, neutral or not satisfied), and to comment on its ease of use, conformability and adherent properties.
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