Three and a half months before this 72 year old man came into the office, the patient had had a significant skin cancer removed from his scalp. As a result of this surgery, and a history of radiation therapy, he was left with a large wound and no healing had taken place because of the lack of collateral circulation around the wound. Typically, such a wound would require approximately 150 stitches to bring the sides together to close the wound in order to allow healing to take place. As an alternative, Miracle Dressing was applied and left in place for three weeks. The Miracle Dressing is designed to peel off after three weeks. The after photo was taken on the 21st day. You can observe the results.
Click here to see Dr. Lewis apply Miracle Dressing to the scalp and then view the video below the before / after photos.

Patient Profile

Patient Sex and Age

Male 72

Nature of Wound

scalp radiation and skin cancer surgery wound on scalp

Start Date

March 24, 2018

End Date

April 20, 2018

The patient is a retired physician. He wrote: “These photos are anonymous evidence of healing. It happened over an eight day period. Healing occurred in a 70-year-old pancreatic cancer patient with sacral pressure ulcers related to weight loss and atrophy of buttocks and continued sitting.”

Patient Profile

Patient Sex and Age

70 year old Male

Nature of Wound

Sacral pressure ulcers

Start Date

October 1, 2019

End Date

October 9, 2019

Rough-housing with friends in the kitchen, got splattered with hot oil from a pan on the oven. He was treated at a major burn center using standard burn care. The boy was sent home to have his parents change his dressing on a daily basis. Four days of these daily wound changes severely traumatized the patient and the wound. From the time MBET Health wound care was applied April 12th, he had no pain. 22 days later, wound is healed, no scars. Click here to see father and son tell their Miracle Dressing review story.

Patient Profile

Patient Sex and Age

Male 9

Nature of Wound

2nd and 3rd degree burns on his buttocks and a 2nd degree burn on his back. The 3rd degree burn covered 10% of his buttocks.

Start Date

April 12, 2019

End Date

May 4, 2019

Retired, declined and became more wheel chair dependent and bed bound, developing stage 1 and stage 2 sacral and buttocks pressure wounds. Secondary to atrophic skin.
Response to 21 days of our wound care evident in after photo.

Patient Profile

Patient Sex and Age

87 year old Male

Nature of Wound

Stage 1 and Stage 2 Sacral and buttocks pressure wounds

Start Date

October 3, 2019

End Date

October 24, 2019

Wounds near joints have extreme difficulty healing and marked increased propensity to get infected. This wound would have taken at least two and a half months to heal and would have had a horrible scar. The only wound care maintenance needed using our wound care system is immersing it in water at least once a day.
Related Conditions:
Skin Tears in Thin, Fragile Skin
Bruising Prophylaxis and Treatment
First, Second and Superficial Third Degree Burns, Abrasions and Superficial Avulsions

Patient Profile

Patient Sex and Age

Female 87

Nature of Wound

three day old 3 by 9 cm tear on her elbow

Start Date

February 1, 2018

End Date

February 21, 2018