Clinical Outcomes: Patient Outcomes
THE PURSUIT OF SKIN RESTORATION
Our goal is to enable healthcare care professionals to achieve skin restoration for the patients they treat using the RECELL® System.
PATIENT OUTCOMES: Pigmentation Outcomes Closer to Native Skin
A 31-year old women sustained burns totaling 11% of the total body surface area (TBSA). A prior treatment was unsuccessful, so Spray-On Skin™ Cells were applied using the RECELL® System. In just 11 days following the treatment, the patient was discharged with 100% re-epithelization and no signs of infection or inflammation. Two months following the procedure, the patient continued to show re-pigmentation.
PATIENT OUTCOMES: Deep Partial-Thickness Facial Burn
A 40-year old male sustained a deep partial-thickness burn to the face. Four days after the burn injury, the face was excised followed by placement of allograft. Twenty-four days after the injury, healing had not progressed, the wound bed was prepared and Spray-On Skin™ Cells were applied.
After application of Spray-On Skin™ Cells, within a week, the face was >95% re-epithelialized. This patient had a risk factor for wound healing due to smoking, but did not experience any treatment-related adverse events. Excellent long-term outcomes were achieved with color and texture matching that of surrounding uninjured skin.
PATIENT OUTCOMES: Deep-Partial Thickness Arm Burn
This case study demonstrates treatment of deep partial-thickness burn injuries with the RECELL® System. At 16- weeks, scar outcomes related to pigmentation and height were close to native skin.