A wound is considered as an injury caused by a cut, blow, or an impact that breaks or punctures the skin or living tissue. Skin is a protective organ in the human body and its principal job is to operate as a barrier that serves three purposes: protection, regulation, and sensation. A wound is the result of a failure in the skin's protective function.
Non-healing wounds are those wounds that don’t heal in three to five weeks even after proper treatment and care under a doctor’s supervision. There are a wide range of factors that causes non-healing wounds such as infections, metabolic reasons, immunosuppression condition, ischemia etc.
If you are someone who is suffering from non-healing wounds, visit Wound and Vein clinic is the Best Wound Treatment clinic in Goregaon, Mumbai. From treating leg ulcers caused by diabetes to chronic non-healing wounds, the team of experts offer holistic care for all.
The aetiology, location, depth, tissue loss, clinical appearance, kind of injury or symptoms, can all be used to classify the type of wound dressings required by the patient. At Wound and Vein Clinic, advanced and unique grading tools are used for the treatment of leg ulcers in the elderly and non-healing wound of the foot.
The highly skilled medical staff divides non-healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers and wounds into the following categories based on the extent of contamination:
Created under sterile conditions without organisms or complications hindering the healing process.
Usually caused by an accidental injury and containing infectious organisms and foreign substances.
It has pathogenic organisms present and proliferating, causing discomfort, redness, seeping pus, and other clinical indicators of infection.
A long-term condition characterised by pathogenic organisms, a difficult-to-heal wound bed, and persistent discomfort.
It is critical to see a doctor urgently to get the best treatment for non healing wound. Many people are at risk of developing a non-healing diabetic foot ulcer or wound that does not heal. It includes individual those who have:
Wound and Vein Clinic in Goregaon, Mumbai is equipped with the most advanced equipment for laser debridement and ultrasonic debridement for non-healing diabetic foot ulcers. TCOM is utilised for non-healing leg ulcer treatment to check the oxygen level and treat chronic and complex diabetic wounds, as well as other issue wounds, using a hyperbaric oxygen chamber (HBOT).
At our Wound and Vein Clinic, we follow a step-by-step approach for the wound care treatment caused by leg ulcer.
Using soap, water, regular saline, Hibiclens solution or non-cytotoxic wound cleaners to clean the wound and peri-wound area.
This can be done mechanically, sharply, enzymatically, or with autolytic and maggots.
With a main or secondary dressing, medication is applied to the wound.
Compression can be achieved with the use of an ace bandage, stockings, casts, or Una boots.
Splints, casts, crutches, and half-shoes may be prescribed to reduce the risk of recurrent injury.
Non-healing lesions are common among diabetics and necessitate rapid medical intervention. Both non-healing wound treatment and non-healing ulcer treatment at Wound & Vein Clinic are therefore conducted by the highly-qualified and experienced podiatrists and using the advanced and latest equipment for diabetic foot care at the most reasonable rates.
The Team of Doctors may also advise antibiotics for non-healing wounds.
Schedule an appointment with our skilled doctors today at our Diabetic Foot and Wound Centre in Mumbai.
If you or someone you care about is at risk of having non-healing wounds, talk to the experts at Wound & Vein Clinic for prevention tips. The doctor may advise:
If your wound does not heal on its own after three weeks, get urgent medical attention from our specialists at Wound and Vein Clinic. Get the best treatment for non-healing wounds and non-healing diabetic foot ulcers.
The team of doctors with advanced training in non-healing wound treatment and non-healing Diabetic foot ulcers will help you heal faster and improve the quality of life.