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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Bad Sores: Top Podiatrist Recommends this Product

I recently sent a diabetic patient to a top wound specialist for an opinion. His recommendation to her was to use Winvivo Healing Balm. She definitely looked a lot better in the three wounds I had been trying to help her with. It can be used for superficial or deep wounds. It should not be used in the face of a possible infection. I believe the product has some great potential, but it is always trying to find out who it is beneficial for. 


http://www.winvivo.com/healingbalm.html

Wound in a diabetic after I scraped the callus and dead tissue away (called debridement). Careful debridement is always the number one treatment for these injuries/sores.

Application of Winvino to the wound bed.

Closeup of the wound bed after application of the product. I like it because it can penetrate into a wound. I love another product called Acticoat when the wound is superficial. 

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