A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL DRESSING OF ULCER AND DRESSING WITH TRIPLE HELICAL COLLAGEN
When there is a wound anywhere in the skin, body heals itself because it is preprogrammed to respond with a series of complex sequential cellular and vascular activities. So to improve the life, treatment of the ulcer is necessary. The treatment of ulcer poses a significant challenge to clinicians. A total of 100 patients suffering from ulcer were taken randomly for this study after explaining the procedure and purpose of the study. This was a comparative study between conventional dressing of ulcer and dressing with triple helical collagen. There was significant difference in the result of collagen granules and conventional dressing. Collagen granules had better healing response rate and occasionally dramatic response. Considering the observations of this study we concluded that collagen granules are a useful topical agent to be applied locally to all types of ulcers except malignant ulcers.
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