SupraGel™ Amorphous Wound Care Hydrogel – Case Study 1

SupraGel Wound Care HydrogelDr. Kadhum Shabaa, FICMS

Case study:

Name and address of Hospital/Care Centre where study was carried out:
Name: Kufa College of Medicine
Address: The University of Kufa, IRAQ.
Tel: +964 (0) 7801434753
E-mail address:

Name & Position of person carrying out the study:
Name: Dr. Kadhum Jawad Shabaa, FICMS
Position: Head of Plastic Surgery Dept.

Name of Patient: Anonymous
Age: 40 years old
Gender: Female

Brief Medical History:
40 year old female patient presented with a chronic post traumatic unstable heel and two lateral ulcers. The area was previously treated with a skin graft.

Current treatment (if applicable):

Product Name: SupraGel™, DMC Medical Product
With drug: No drug was used
Period of treatment to-date: 10 days
Results: The results are shown below for heel and lateral foot ulcers, before and after treatments.

Proposed treatment: Detailed description of wound to be treated: Female patient with one heel ulcer & two lateral foot ulcers.

The photographs above show the results of this female patient who attended the hospital after 10 days of treatment using SuprGel product. It seems that all wounds made a significant improvement, especially regarding the epithelisation process and infection control. Further evaluation is required to determine any subsequent changes.

Additional comments
Ease of use: Was product easy to use? Yes
Were instructions for use easy to follow? Yes
Were you satisfied with the syringe dispenser? Yes
Would you recommend any changes that would improve the product further? No

Dear Sir Bryan Wixted:
Thank you very much for your kind massege. It is my pleasure to work together on these products. I am still using Supragel and Supracel on selective cases. Yesterday the patient (case 1 ) phoned me saying that all her ulcers had been healed and she was very happy because one surgeon previously advised her to do amputation. By the way she is a case of post RTA defect. I will send all available results soon. On 1996 I worked on Silgel (Nagor) and Cicacare (Smith&nephew) we found nice results on postburn hypertrophic scars. I agree that fixation is important ,and the occlusion is the cornerstone of the effective management.

Dr.Kadhum Jawad Shabaa
Head of plastic surgery dpt
kufa college of medicine
PO box 98
Mobile +964 7801434753