For any wound, anytime

25 days in hospital due to a micro—stroke.
Infected purulent decubitus ulcer of big dimension (3° stage).
Treatment with Hyperoil® has started a week after debridement.

No disinfectants have been used; only saline solution for the first 3 days.

The wound has been filled with gauzes soaked in Hyperoil®.
Healing after 177 days.

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Chronic venous insufficiency; Ila peripheral arteriopathy; cardiopathy; non—Insulin Dependent (NID) diabetes; chronic renal insufficiency; obesity; non—walking.
Decubitus ulcer in the left gluteal region (depth 1.2 mm. surface area 30cm2),
onset 5 months earlier, painful (VAS:10) and vast erythema with damage of the skin in the sacral region.
Application of Hyperoi® — soaked gauzes. Disappearance of skin rash 5 days after the start of treatment.
Granulation tissue formed within 10 days. Reepithelialization in 47 days,
and reduction of damaged surface in 54 days.

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Persistent decubitus ulcer for 24 months: paraplegic and incontinet patient.
Thanks to HYPEROIL®, 95% of the lesion healed in 6 months despite daily contamination with fecal material.
Course: 9 months.

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Decubitus ulcer coccyx, diabetes, quadripiegia due to divers disease.
Hyperoil® OILY & GAUZES, changes every day.
(Two years prior treatment with conventional dressing).

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Coma, cardiac arrest, tracheostomy.
Multiple bed sores in right foot and left foot. 36 days of treatment with Hyperoil®
for the right foot and 61 days of treatment with Hyperoil® for the left foot.

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Patient at rehabilitation center.
Stroke, non—walking with multiple bed sores.
Trated with Hyperoil® for 27 days.

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Cardiopathy; Non—insulin Dependent (NID) diabetes; patient active and cooperating; post—thrombotic syndrome (deep and superficial venous insufficiency).
Relapsing ulcers for 18 months, depth 0.1 mm, surface area 18cm2.
Application of Hyperoil®- soaked gauzes. Full detersion was achieved in 7 days, granulation tissue formed in 7 days, reepithelialization occured in 26 days and complete healing in 35 days.

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Phase IIa arteriopathy; deep venous insufficiency; obesity; lymphoedema; gonarthrosis.
Previous therapy: none
We elected to treat the deepest ulcers located on the front part of the leg with HYPEROIL®, and the more superficial ulcer on the internal malleolus with hydrofibre dressings.
We achieved healing of the ulcers treated with HYPEROIL® after 3 weeks, while the ulcer on the internal malleolus persisted.

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Obese, high blood pressure sufferer; patient under oral anticoagulation therapy due to arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy. Chronic venous insufficiency to lower limbs. Ulcers persisting for 4 months. Non responsive to conventional therapy even with advanced wound dressing. Two venous type ulcers on left leg at the supramalleolar region. Size: 3cmx2.Scmx2cm — non painful — moderate exudate Biofilm and colonization of mild level. Treatment with Hyperoil® OILY formulation and Hyperoil® GAUZES. Change of dressing: 3 times a week. Compression therapy with multi-layer bandage always applied. After one week biofilm reduction and formation of granulation tissue are evident. During the following weeks there is an additional formation of granulation tissue and the beginning of reepithelialization. Complete healing in 60 days.

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Woman affected by Alzheimer disease and with a pressure sore on the right heel which appeared 4 months earlier. Although a suitable advanced dressing, healing of the ulcer with bone tissue exposure looks very difficult.

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