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Pressure Ulcer Associated with Critical Colonization Successfully Treated by Transient Usage of Cadexomer-Iodine: A Case Report
Open Dermatology Journal
A 56-year-old Japanese man hospitalized for schizophrenia and depression developed pressure ulcer on his greater trochanter due to a long-term bed rest. In spite of applying 0.003% alprostadil alfadex ointment for two months, the ulcer was not improved. Because there was some purulent discharge, we examined semi-quantitative swab bacterial culture from the ulcer and subsequently detected quadrant III of bacteria. Then, 0.9% cadexomer-iodine ointment was applied once a day, resulting in decreasedoi:10.2174/1874372220130722002 fatcat:y6lajksuuze6npkud542qdni7q