||Diagnosis: Ulceration after skin contusion of right lower extremity
Medical history: The client was injured by forklift on Nov, 11th, leading to multiple fractures on right lower extremity with skin contusion, then sent to one local hospital. On Dec, 1st, 2008, surgery was performed, involving internal reduction and skin grafting. Client was discharged on Feb, 18th, 2009, with skin necrosis. Subsequently, tried many interventions without apparent effects. Then admitted to our hospital (107 days after injured).
Status of Ulcer: After assessment, offered uneventful debridement. Then started with Regenerative Medicine and Therapy in situ through outpatient service on the basis of dress-changing once per day. 64 days after Regenerative Medicine and Therapy in situ, all wound surface were healed. Adhere to rehabilitative exercises, no dysfunction left.