Case Study – The use of hypochlorous acid in the healing of a diabetic foot ulcer (Dec 2022)

These 2 case studies describe the successful treatment of diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) in two patients with Type 1 diabetes mellitus. HOCl is effective for multiple drug-resistant pathogens, is anti-biofilm and modulates inflammation, leading to healing. The protocol can be followed at home, saving patients both time and money, and improving compliance and quality of life.

Case Study – The use of hypochlorous acid in an OXA-48 multiple drug-resistant Enterobacteriacea-infected lower leg wound (Aug 2021)

Here, we present a case on OXA-48 Klebsiella pneumoniae wound infection, a carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae MDR Gram-negative bacteria that was treated successfully with Trifectiv Plus hypochlorous acid gauze dressings retained with crepe bandages. This approach was successful in eradicating the OXA-48 infection, and further instrumental in the control of inflammation, which allowed the wound to heal completely within 60 days.

Case Study – The use of hypochlorous acid in an infected burn wound (June 2021)

Here we describe an example of a non-healing, inflamed superficial to partial thickness burn wound that appeared to be associated with biofilm. Special reference to the relationship among biofilm, inflammation and non-healing of burn wounds is illustrated in the case study given. This case study also explores the use of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) in an infected burn wound.

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