Case study #1 – Venous Leg Ulcer
This 67 year-old female patient presented with peripheral arterial disease, controlled type II diabetes and a 10 cm2 VLU above her right ankle that had been open for 46 weeks.
Treatment with RESTM introduced healthy skin cells, representing all normal phenotypes and wound healing factors to overcome the dysfunctional cell processes and cellular signalling that had impaired the healing of her wound.
At 13 weeks post-treatment, the patient’s wound had decreased to less than 1cm2 and her pain had been reduced significantly.
Photos courtesy of Dr Paul Hayes, Addenbrookes Cambrdige