Fingers and Toes Case Studies
These studies were designed to determine the efficacy of InterDry® used in place of the standard treatments.
Fingers and Toes Case Study 111
Patient description: 69-year-old paraplegic male with severe peripheral arterial disease and known occlusion of the aortoiliac junction.
InterDry® protocol: A one-inch strip of InterDry was woven between his toes and changed daily following bathing.
Presented with maceration between his toes.
Outcome: Day 3
Resolution of maceration.
Fingers and Toes Case Study 29
Patient description: 52-year-old morbidly obese male presented with severe lymphedema of the lower extremities.
Past treatment: Over the counter antifungal powder.
InterDry protocol: Apply the silver coated fabric over the affected area and leave it in place. He was allowed to remove the fabric for the duration of her shower.
Skin macerated with foul smelling drainage suggestive of cutaneous candidiasis.
Outcome: Day 5
Skin with significant less drainage and odor.