Diabetic Foot Ulceration Left Hallux with EZDebride Part 2

The video depicts the EZDebride Wound Instrument being utilized on a plantar left hallux diabetic ulceration. There is structural deformity present (Hallux LImitus) which prevents the hallux from adequately dorsiflexing and thus increased pressure on the hallux plantarly resulting in an ulceration. The video also demonstrates the effectiveness of the EZDebride as it sharply debrides the peri-wound escharotic and hyperkeratotic tissue. Again, the debridement is across the entire wound surface as well as the hyperkeratotic border encompassing normal skin. Since the wound is small, this technique across the entire service can be accomplished with no harm to the normal skin surrounding the ulceration.

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