“I was treating a diabetic patient with a plantar heel ulcer. While revascularization, local wound care with collagen dressings, and offloading had improved the ulcer to a degree, progress was minimal and slow. At that point, we added a twice-daily regimen of Juven.* Within about two weeks, there was noticeable improvement.
By her most recent visit, the ulcer has reduced in size significantly, and has nearly closed over the space of six weeks. No other changes in her treatment regimen had been initiated, so I attribute much of the acceleration of the healing process to the Juven.”
At baseline, the wound measured 2.3 cm long, 1.5 cm wide, and 2 mm deep. This female patient fell within the age range of 70+. The healthcare professional in charge was a doctor of podiatric medicine.