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Case Studies

The following case studies highlight the successful treatment of various types of wounds using Prontosan® Wound Irrigation Solution and Gel.

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Bell J, Traynor C, Ross Hall Hospital (2009)

The use of Prontosan® wound irrigation solution in the treatment of a lower leg cellulitis

Butters V, (2008)
Glasgow Royal Infirmary
A case report on the use of Prontosan® on a traumatic wound on an immune suppressed patient

Cairns SA, Minhas U, Riddell AD, Leaper DJ, Harding KG (2009)

Use of combined biguanide polyhexanide and betaine surfactant solution and gel to aid delayed healing in complex, recalcitrant chronic wounds

Doxford M, Kings College Hospital (2010)

Adopting a biofilm based wound management approach to a complex post-operative diabetic foot wound


Gethinji M (2011) Barts& The London NHS Trust Use of Polyhexanide gel for peritoneal dialysis catheter exit-site care
Horrocks A, (2008)
South Somerset PCT
Successful treatment of 2 indolent grade 4 pressure ulcers of 5 years duration
Hughes N, (2008)
NHS Fife
Calciphylaxis – A successful outcome in wound management using Prontosan®
Hughes N, Nicoll J (2009)
NHS Fife
Latissimus dorsiflap failure following breast reconstruction surgery
Hughes N, Nicoll J(2009)
NHS Fife
Lower limb cellulitis following group a streptococcus infection
 Jarrett L (2010)  Western General Hospital The use of Prontosan irrigation solution& gel in the management of a neuropathic diabetic foot ulcer
Morris A, Bullough L (2011) Wrightington, Wigan& Leigh NHS Foundation Trust A clinical  case study on a dehisced abdominal wound using Prontosan solution& Prontosan wound Gel X
Neilson F (2009) Monklands Hospital The use of Prontosan solutions& gel in the treatment of necrotising fasciitis
Ovens L, Hillingdon Community Health (2010)

Removal of biofilm in infected venous leg ulcers using Prontosan Wound Irrigation Solution and Gel

Ovens L (2010) Hillingdon Community Health Treatment of a complex infected leg ulcer with Prontosan
Rajpaul K, Doxford M, (2009)
Kings College Hospital
The use of Prontosan® Solution for the treatment of chronic infected hard to heal leg / foot ulcers
Rajpaul K, (2010)
Kings College Hospital

Biofilms in chronic wounds

Williams C, (2009)
Cardiff & Vale NHS Trust
The management of a chronic venous leg ulcer
Woodd D, (2007)
Southampton City PCT
A case report on the use of Prontosan® to clean indolent lower extremity wounds evaluation
European Case Study Booklet Effectiveness of Prontosan® Solution and Gel on variety of wounds types
Essentials of Burn Care Burn wound management with Prontosan®
Prontosan® Wound Irrigation Solution Typical result when using Prontosan® soak technique
Morris A, Bullough L (2012) A clinical case study on a dehiseced abdominal wound using a Prontosan Solution and Gel
Pritchard B (2012) Case study using Prontosan Solution and Askina Foam Cavity on perianal abscess
Ovens L (2013) Managing resistant infection and associated symptons for a patient attending a community wound clinic with a recurrent leg ulcer using a compination treatment of Prontosan Solution and Askina Calgitrol Ag
Awad T (2013) The use of Prontosan Solution to reduce colonisation and biofilm of non healing revascularised lower leg and foot wound caused by trauma prior to application of skin grafting
Ogle H (2012) The use of Prontosan Solution and Gel in the manaagement of a chronic venous leg ulcer
Speak K (2012) Case study to show the wffects of a PHMB and Betaine conatining viscous wound gel on a chronic non healing amputation site
Bullough L (2012) A clinical case study on a category 4 pressure ulcer using a Prontosan Solution and Gel and Askina Calgitrol Ag
Ovens L (2012) Community treatment of an infected arterial ulcer with Prontosan Solution and Gel X