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4 Months of Other Therapy

1 Month of SilvaKlenz & Silvion Use

69-year-old female developed a post surgical wound and abscess (with purulent drainage) after placement of a pacemaker. The abscess was drained and the pacemaker was removed. At the time of presentation to the wound care center, the area had not healed despite appropriate antibiotics per ID and wound care per home health. Wound decreased in size from its original measurement of 4 cm x 1.1 cm x 0.8 cm.  Patient managed with Silvaklenz and Silvion, adequate nutrition and home health to change the dressings. Case courtesy of Dr. Belinda Marcus, M.D., FACEP, CWS - she is currently in practice as the Medical Director for North Fulton Hospital’s Hyperbaric and Wound Care Center.

Chronic (4 months) Post Surgical Wound - Clinical Case

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Non-Healing (1.5 month) Post Surgical Leg Wound - Clinical Case

80-year-old male presented for chronic (1.5 month) non healing post surgical wound resulting from a lipoma removal. The wound decreased in size from its original measurement of 1.8 cm x 1.5 cm x 1 cm.  Patient managed with Silvaklenz and Silvion, compression and adequate nutrition. Patient managed with Silvaklenz and Silvion, compression and adequate nutrition. Case courtesy of Dr. Belinda Marcus, M.D., FACEP, CWS - she is currently in practice as the Medical Director for North Fulton Hospital’s Hyperbaric and Wound Care Center.

3 Days post ‘spur removal’ surgery. Patient returned with severe pain, swelling and ascending cellulitis. Surgical site infected with Streptococcus sp Staphylococcus aureus

Post Surgical Infection - Clinical Case

Culture Negative at 10 Days

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Approximately 1 week Post Closure

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using SilvaKlenz and Silvion

BID cleansing with SilvaKlenz, flushed with Silvion. Wound packed with Silvion moistened 1/4 inch strip

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A 41 year old with dehiscence 1 week after abdominal surgery. The incision site was packed with a calcium alginate dressing soaked in Silvion and changed daily.

Dehisced Wound - Clinical Case

Non-Healing (4 months) Surgical Wound - Clinical Case

68-year-old male presented for non healing wound (approximately 4 months) after pancreatic cancer surgery and radiation. Patient was successfully managed with Silvaklenz and Silvion. Case courtesy of Dr. Belinda Marcus, M.D., FACEP, CWS - she is currently in practice as the Medical Director for North Fulton Hospital’s Hyperbaric and Wound Care Center.

Non-Healing (3 months) Post Surgery Wound - Clinical Case

57-year-old female presented with non-healing (approximately 3 months) wound following tissue flap reconstruction and radiation therapy. Patient was successfully managed with Silvaklenz and Silvion. Case courtesy of Dr. Belinda Marcus, M.D., FACEP, CWS - she is currently in practice as the Medical Director for North Fulton Hospital’s Hyperbaric and Wound Care Center.

46-year-old male presented for a non-healing (approximately 7 months) post-surgical wound. The wound remained open and infected (Bacillus sp. and S. aureus) despite systemic antibiotics, removal of sutures and excision of abscess. Patient was successfully managed with HBOT, Silvaklenz and Silvion. Case courtesy of Dr. Belinda Marcus, M.D., FACEP, CWS - she is currently in practice as the Medical Director for North Fulton Hospital’s Hyperbaric and Wound Care Center.

Non-Healing (7 months) Post Surgical Wound - Clinical Case

Non-Healing (3 months) Post Surgical Wound - Clinical Case

71-year-old female presented for a non-healing (approximately 3 months) post-surgical wound of the right knee with a draining sinus track. Patient was successfully managed with Silvaklenz and Silvion. Case courtesy of Dr. Belinda Marcus, M.D., FACEP, CWS - she is currently in practice as the Medical Director for North Fulton Hospital’s Hyperbaric and Wound Care Center.

Post Surgical - Clinical Case

A 65 year old female with Lupus (controlled with chemotherapy) renal failure managed with dialysis at Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, required the removal and replacement of a Stryker Total Hip Implant.

Day before and morning of surgery the surgical area was wetted with SilvaKlenz (left in place for 5 minutes) gently scrubbed with sterile gauze and rinsed with sterile water. The surgical area was then moistened with Silvion and lightly wrapped with sterile gauze. The surgical site was prepared according to hospital procedures at the time of surgery. After surgery, the incision was sprayed with Silvion. The day after surgery, and BID each day until the incision was healed, the incision site was cleaned with SilvaKlenz, rinsed, then moistened with Silvion. The contact bandage was lightly moistened with Silvion.

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