MEBO Application in Bedsore

Bedsore (also calledpressure ulcer) is the end stage result of the disturbance of nutritional supply and tissue blood flow.  

Skin bedsore is a common problem in rehabilitation care and nursing. It was reported that almost 60 thousand patients died from bedsore complications every year worldwide.  

According to epidemiological analysis, skin bedsore is generally divided into three categories: 

1. adult nervous disease patients,
2. advanced age patients,
3. in hospital patients.  

Bedsore is caused by the interaction of many factors. It can be divided into exogenous, idiopathic, endogenous and insecondary.  Among these pathological factors, most main factors to support bedsore are long-term pressure and inactivity.


Treatment method:

smear adequate MEBO evenly on the wound with a thickness of 2~3 mm and then dressing bandage it. Change dressing 2 times a day. 

Three days later, the necrotic tissues and the fibrous lamina around the wound are moisten by MEBO and turn soft and loose. 

Then surgical knife or scissors are used to remove the necrotic tissues to keep the wound relatively fresh. MEBO should be used 2 times a day. 

Before each redressing, the necrotic tissues and also the secretion should be cleared completely. 10 to 15 days later, the wounds turn better obviously. Dressing is continued once a day. 

For those not suitable for exposed therapy, the wound can be bandaged until the wound is healed. 


Remember that: 
For diabetic ulcers, asking internist for examination and treatment is a necessity. Control blood sugar and harnzucker and pay attention to diet regulation. Or else the chronic ulcer will not heal. 

For long-term bed patients with relatively poor constitution, pay attention to the treatment of the primary disease and also the diet regulation when treating body surface ulcers. 

At the same time, supplement nutrition and promote the plasma protein level to supply enough nutrition for wound healing. Local compression is avoided. Combined therapy is the necessity for ulcer healing.



Bedsore (pictures)
82 years old. 12 pressure ulcers scatter at the back and pars sacra lis

Severe Bedsore (pictures)
62 years old.  severe bedsore (II degree). 

Decubital ulcer (pictures)
Decubital ulcer: 10×10cm2, III degree, left buttocks

Bedsore Ulcers (Phase Ⅲ bedsore)
The key points in decubital treatment are as follows: treat the primary disease actively, strengthen the basic nurse, and enhance the resistance of the body, etc.