Anasept® Case Study 1

Leg Wound, Clinical Case Study by: Jean O. Galloway, PT-Superior Rehab Center Newport Beach, CA.

Clinical Challenge:

To heal wound on Left Leg


The Patient:

Mr. C. is a 75 year old male who sustained an injury to his left leg while getting out of a boat. Mr. C. Is active and alert with no other major medical issues.


 Start of Claim:

First Saw patient on 2/18/2014 (See photo below). Wound measured 2.2 x 1.5. Tissue color was red/black. Patient had incurred the injury approximately 3 weeks prior to being referred here as he thought he could care for it himself. He was using Neosporin and Band-aids. Top skin of wound was still in a small pile in center of wound and had never been removed. I debried wound and applied Anasept Gel. Wound was covered with Telfa and Island Barrier Dressing. Anasept cleanser was used before and after debriding and that protocol continues.


Continuing Treatment:

Patient seen twice weekly with Anasept Gel continually being used under Telfa and Island Barrier Dressing.


New photo taken on 3/6/2014 (see photo below) showing progress. Wound now measured 2.0 x 1.5. Patient pleased with results to date.


New photo taken once again on 3/28/2014 (see photo below). Wound now measuring 1.5 x 2.0. Progressively getting smaller with good red granulation. Patient pain level had decreased considerably and encouraged by the results to date.


Clinical/Results Statement:

I am very pleased with the results I am receiving from using Anasept Gel and will continue until wound closure.


2/18/2014. First patient visit. Wound measured 2.2 x 1.5.


3/6/2014 Wound shows progress. Measured 2.0 x 1.5


3/28/2014. Wound measuring 1.5 x 2.0