Following reconstruction surgery, the T portion of the incision developed ischemia and skin necrosis
A complex abdominal wound with deep tissue involvement and undermining, with slough and no granulation tissue present
A suprapubic area boil opened on its own. CT scan showed gas consistent with necrotizing fasciitis
Following reconstruction surgery, the T portion of the incision developed ischemia and skin necrosis.Review case study
A complex abdominal wound with deep tissue involvement and undermining, slough and no granulation tissue present.Review case study
A hematoma was diagnosed and evacuated surgically. There was concern with the full-thickness necrotic tissue.Review case study
Patient presented to the Outpatient Burn Wound Care Center with a chemical burn to the right thigh Post Burn Day (PBD) 1.Review case study
The trauma of a fall which caused fractures to the left tibia and fibula resulted in the formation of this ulcer.Review case study
This heel ulcer initiated from pressure but also presented with erythema and warmth at the wound site.Review case study
A suprapubic area boil opened on its own. CT scan showed gas consistent with necrotizing fasciitis.Review case study
A degloving of the skin over the anterior ankle resulting from a fall. Within one week of suturing, partial necrosis of the skin flaps developed.Review case study
Patient’s discontinuation of prescribed medication resulted in extreme edema.Review case study
Patient was diagnosed with cellulitis of the bilateral lower extremities.Review case study
A patient with a history of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) waited four days to receive treatment after noticing a wound on his foot.Review case study
Important Safety Information:Use of SANTYL Ointment should be terminated when debridement is complete and granulation tissue is well established.
One case of systemic hypersensitivity has been reported after 1 year of treatment with collagenase and cortisone. Occasional slight transient erythema has been noted in surrounding tissue when applied outside the wound.