Every patient must be educated about their treatment and given proper instructions.
At the beginning it is possible to use Tecasorb on a daily basis, and as the wound is healing, the dressing may be changed once in 2 to 4 days
Every video starts with the same scene:
Close-up to a table with treatment tools and materials:
A male diabetic patient after repeated amputations – on the left in the metatarsal area, on the right – on the second, fourth and fifth toe
Patient with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and ulcus cruris on front left lower leg
Patient with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and ulcus cruris on the front right lower leg. Before Tecasorb therapy was induced, the patient used another material without significant effect
A severely obese patient with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and hypertonia, in this case the defects are of combined aetiology.
A hypertonic female patient with lower leg varices is shown. The wound on the outer left lower leg developed after a mechanic trauma after an injury caused by a wooden board.
Patient with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and minor ulcerations on the front right lower leg. This is to show how the patient has been managing his defect improperly at home, decelerating healing. It was necessary to educate and instruct the patient again.