3M Skin & Wound CareCase Study© 3M 2010. All Rights Reserved.
3M Skin & Wound Care    Case Study – Patient #210     Patient Demographics:            Stage 3 Pressure Ulcer on heel   ...
3M Skin & Wound Care    Wound Progress During Treatment Period       Wound Assessments                                    ...
3M Skin & Wound Care4    Patient #210, Baseline, July 1, 2010 Prior to application of study dressing
3M Skin & Wound Care5                          Patient #210, Week 1, July 8, 2010
3M Skin & Wound Care6    Patient #210, week 2, July 14, 2010 – Wound Healed
3M Skin & Wound Care    Case Study – Patient #303     Patient Demographics:            Venous leg ulcer – R medial malle...
3M Skin & Wound Care    Wound Progress During Treatment Period         Wound Assessments                                  ...
3M Skin & Wound Care9    Patient #303, Baseline Visit May 6, 2010 prior to application of study                           ...
3M Skin & Wound Care10     Patient #303, Baseline May 6, 2010 with Tegaderm™ High Performance                             ...
3M Skin & Wound Care11                 Patient #303, week 1 visit May 12, 2010
3M Skin & Wound Care      Patient #303, week 2, May 20,2010 – Tegaderm™ High Performance12                      Foam Dress...
3M Skin & Wound Care13                          Patient #303, week 2, May 20, 2010
3M Skin & Wound Care14                          Patient #303, week 3, May 25, 2010
3M Skin & Wound Care15             Patient #303, week 4, June 2, 2010 Wound Healed
3M Skin & Wound Care             Learn more >>             www.3M.com/Tegaderm-FoamSS16     © 3M 2010. All Rights Reserved.
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CASE STUDY: 3M™ Tegaderm™ High Performance Foam Dressings

  1. 1. 3M Skin & Wound CareCase Study© 3M 2010. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. 3M Skin & Wound Care Case Study – Patient #210  Patient Demographics:  Stage 3 Pressure Ulcer on heel  19 Y/O Male  Wound duration: > 1 year  Treated for >4 weeks in Home Care  Daily dressing changes due to lift with previous dressing (Allevyn™ adhesive foam heel dressing)  Wound assessed as healed after 2 weeks with use of Tegaderm™ High Performance Foam Adhesive Dressing, #90619 (round)2
  3. 3. 3M Skin & Wound Care Wound Progress During Treatment Period Wound Assessments Wound Size  Maceration: None assessed 9  Erythema: None assessed 8  Exudate Amount: 7  Mild exudate assessed at baseline 6 Area cm2 and week 1 5  No exudate assessed at week 2 4  Exudate type: 3  Serosanguinous fluid assessed at 2 baseline and week 1 1  None assessed at week 2 0  No adverse events reported during treatment period Baseline Week 1 Week 23 © 3M 2010 . All Rights Reserved.
  4. 4. 3M Skin & Wound Care4 Patient #210, Baseline, July 1, 2010 Prior to application of study dressing
  5. 5. 3M Skin & Wound Care5 Patient #210, Week 1, July 8, 2010
  6. 6. 3M Skin & Wound Care6 Patient #210, week 2, July 14, 2010 – Wound Healed
  7. 7. 3M Skin & Wound Care Case Study – Patient #303  Patient Demographics:  Venous leg ulcer – R medial malleolus  75 Y/O Female  Wound duration: 13-52 weeks  Treated for >4 weeks at Wound Clinic with weekly dressing changes (Allevyn™ adhesive foam dressing used)  Wound assessed healed by visit week 4 with use of Tegaderm™ High Performance Foam Adhesive Dressing, #90612 (square) • Note: Compression also used during treatment period7
  8. 8. 3M Skin & Wound Care Wound Progress During Treatment Period Wound Assessments Wound Size  Maceration:  Mild maceration assessed at baseline, but 35 none assessed during use of Tegaderm™ High Performance Foam Adhesive Dressing 30  Erythema: 25  Mild erythema assessed at baseline and Area cm2 week 2, but not assessed at any other visits 20  Exudate Amount: 15  Moderate exudate assessed at baseline  Mild exudate assessed at weeks 1, 2 &3 10  Exudate not present at week 4 (healed) 5  Exudate type:  Serous fluid assessed at baseline, weeks 1, 0 2 and 3  None assessed at week 4 (healed)  No adverse events reported during treatment period8 © 3M 2010 . All Rights Reserved.
  9. 9. 3M Skin & Wound Care9 Patient #303, Baseline Visit May 6, 2010 prior to application of study dressing
  10. 10. 3M Skin & Wound Care10 Patient #303, Baseline May 6, 2010 with Tegaderm™ High Performance Foam Dressing applied
  11. 11. 3M Skin & Wound Care11 Patient #303, week 1 visit May 12, 2010
  12. 12. 3M Skin & Wound Care Patient #303, week 2, May 20,2010 – Tegaderm™ High Performance12 Foam Dressing after 1 week’s wear
  13. 13. 3M Skin & Wound Care13 Patient #303, week 2, May 20, 2010
  14. 14. 3M Skin & Wound Care14 Patient #303, week 3, May 25, 2010
  15. 15. 3M Skin & Wound Care15 Patient #303, week 4, June 2, 2010 Wound Healed
  16. 16. 3M Skin & Wound Care Learn more >> www.3M.com/Tegaderm-FoamSS16 © 3M 2010. All Rights Reserved.

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