Study of efficacy of superoxidised solution and gel (microdacyn) in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcer
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 608-617
AbstractIntroduction: Diabetic foot and diabetic ulcers are common complications of diabetes mellitus.
It affects daily life of patients and lead to amputations. The study was conducted to see the
effect and role of superoxidised solution and gel (microdacyn) in promoting the healing and
treatment of diabetic foot ulcer.
Material &Methods: The wound site was cleaned with normal saline followed by application
of superoxidised solution for 30 seconds and then followed by application of wound care
hydrogel. Observations were made during dressing and examination of the patients/ wounds
was done on the day 7,14,21,28 and at follow-up of 15 days. Rate of contraction of wound is
measured in cm2.
Results: Mean age of patients in the study was 50.0687±11.85 years with equal male to female
ratio. Superoxidised solution provides good wound healing and mean hospital stay was
10.49±4.24 days. Significant reduction of wound is seen in cases with short duration of ulcer
and short duration of diabetes (p<.05).
Conclusion: Superoxidised solution was associated with faster healing of ulcers without any
major complications, proving SOS to be safe and efficient as a wound care product in the
management of lower limb ulcers.
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