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Use of a bioplastic material containing hyaluronic acid on a chronic leg ulcer

Evgeny Zinoviev, Ilya Almazov, Olga Zemlyankina, Ramil Rahmatullin
10 December 2014

<p>Chronic leg ulcers of various aetiologies are commonly seen in a regional dermatology unit in Russia and patients are treated with a range of surgical and therapeutic techniques. An important trend in the modern treatment of patients with complex chronic ulcers is the adjunctive use of a new group of dressings made of bioplastic materials. These dressings can stimulate tissue repair and regeneration. This case report describes the successful use of G-Derm® (G-Groupp) — a polymer of hydrocolloid hyaluronic acid and peptide complex — in the management of a large, long-standing leg ulcer.</p>

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