The findings of AF imaging were dramatic and enlightening and were remarkable to the team. We had been struggling with something ‘new’ in Case 1 and we quickly resolved it was the wound. In Case 2, there was change over 3 days and now a problem. A quick local wound incision revealed gross pus, mandating transfer to the hospital. This report describes how the compelling digital information was obtained and lead to important clinical decision making, improving outcomes.
Difficult chronic sacral pelvic pressure injuries can pose a challenge to medical providers in terms of therapeutic choices. We have studied daily jet lavage irrigation in the outpatient setting finding excellent safety and wound cleansing compared to the standard of care. This report assess the addition of antiseptic as a low pressure irrigated fluid.