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Wound dressing saves diabetic patient from amputation

from Medical Plastics News

Angela Montes de Oca from Indianapolis believed her foot would have to be amputated after she told that there were no other options to treat her diabetic ulcer. Refusing to accept the diagnosis, she discharged herself from hospital and sought out the help of Dr. Michael S. Miller. Miller, a wound clinician, was piloting KerraCel Ag, a wound dressing developed by U.K.-based medical company, Crawford Healthcare. KerraCel Ag is an absorbent gelling dressing which uses a proprietary technology developed by Crawford Healthcare and Exciton Technologies. After using the dressing Montes de Oca successfully avoided amputation and was fully recovered after eight weeks. more


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