Before & After
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Case 1: Toddler who suffered a thermal burn to the face
Case 2: Toddler who suffered second degree burns to the hand after touching a hot object
Case 3: Toddler who suffered second degree burns of both hands after falling into container with hot liquid
Case 4: Teenage boy who suffered a second degree contact burn when his leg touched a hot object
Case 5: Teenage boy who suffered a second degree burn to his chest wall while working on car radiator
Case 6: Toddler who suffered a second degree burn on thigh from accidental spillage of hot liquid.
Case 7: Toddler who suffered second degree burn injury to her face due to curling iron accident
Two instances of common initial presenting signs for pilonidal cyst. Hair shafts exiting tiny open wounds in middle of buttock. Note video removal of long shafts of hair from tiny open wounds.
Case 1: Large cavitary surgical wound which showed excellent response to advanced wound dressings. Minimal scar upon completion of wound care.
Case 2: Large cavitary surgical wound which showed excellent response to advanced wound dressings. Minimal scar upon completion of wound care.
Case 2: Teen who required surgical incision and drainage of infected wound. Negative pressure wound vac therapy used to fill in cavitary wound
IV Infiltrates – Premature Neonate
Surgical Wounds – Premature Neonate
Pressure Ulcer – Premature Neonate
Surgical Incisional Dehiscence of Spine
Treated With Marathon®
Severe Contact Burn