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Traumatic degloving calcaneal fracture
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A 40-year-old white male patient experienced a traumatic degloving calcaneal fracture while at work. The calcaneus was reduced at a local trauma center, while a plastic surgeon was consulted to manage the degloved skin. An attempt was made to salvage as much of the remaining skin as possible

Electrical/flame burn to neck


Application of a wound VAC to the remaining exposed tissue. One month later, the patient was taken to the operating room for debridement of all non-viable skin

Fascial excision of chest

Application of INTEGRA™ Bilayer Matrix Wound Dressing

INTEGRA® Dermal Regeneration Template

Three weeks after application of INTEGRA™ Bilayer Matrix Wound Dressing, a split thickness skin graft was applied

Elastic net dressing

Currently, more than four months post skin graft, the patient
is full weight bearing without breakdown of the graft

2 years post trauma

Cases Courtesy of:
Dave Granger D.P.M., Kevin Roberts D.P.M., Richard Jay D.P.M., Mark Mantell M.D., Paul Glat, M.D.
The Graduate Hospital Wound Care Center, Philadelphia, PA 19146

 
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