Pictured below are typical clinical outcomes achievable with Pneumatic Medicine and the NormaTec PCD.
Note: These clinical photographs are graphic in nature.
Venous Insufficiency & Non-Healing Wounds on the Dorsum of the Foot
This patient is a 75 year old female who presented at a major wound care center in Texas with bilateral lower extremity venous insufficiency and multiple ulcerations. Prior medical history included cardiac arrhythmia, CHF, NIDDM, and diabetic peripheral neuropathy, as well as three prior episodes of cellulitis requiring hospitalization for IV antibiotics. Her wounds were present for several years. Previously-tried treatments include elevation, exercise, compression stockings, wound dressings, ace wrapping, bandaging, debridement, and participation in a formal wound care program.
Chronic, Non-Healing Wound with Cellulitis & Lymphedema
The patient is a 75 year-old male with bilateral lower extremity venous insufficiency with lymphedema and multiple ulcerations. His past medical history includes MI, CABGx4, DM, obesity, and multiple episodes of cellulitis requiring oral and IV antibiotics. His symptoms were present for many years, and he previously tried elevation, exercise, compression bandaging system, diuretics, wound dressings, and participation in a wound care center.
The patient is an 84-year-old male with bilateral lower extremity chronic wounds with venous insufficiency, lymphedema, and arterial insufficiency. His past medical history includes CHF, Afib, HTN, DJD, and multiple episodes of cellulitis treated with oral antibiotics. His symptoms were present for over three years. Previously, he tried elevation, exercise, compression bandaging system, debridement, and diuretics.
The patient is a 65-year-old type 2 diabetic who suffered a distal comminuted fracture of the tibia anfibula. The ORIF failed and ultimately the patient was diagnosed with osteomyelitis and critical limb ischemia. Refusing amputation, he was treated for four months with IV antibiotics and negative pressure therapy without any improvement.
Chronic Venous Insufficiency with Chronic Dermal Disruptions & Lymphedema
The patient is a 74 year-old male with bilateral lower extremity venous insufficiency and lymphedema with ulcerations. His past medical history includes multiple episodes of cellulitis, A-Fib, DM, Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, DJD, GERD, HTN, PVD. His symptoms have been present for several years. Previously, he tried elevation, exercise, wound dressings, debridement, gradient compression garment, bandaging, antibiotics, and participation in a formal wound care program.