Venous Leg Ulcer
Leg ulcers are becoming increasingly complicated due to a greater number of underlying co-morbidities.Find out more
Diabetic Foot Ulcer
Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs)are one of the major complications of diabetes. Between 19 and 34% of all diabetics will develop a foot ulcer at some…Find out more
How does the skin function?
The skin is a vital organ, considered to be the largest organ in the body and a genuine envelope for the human body. Acting asa…Find out more
Epidermolysis bullosa is a rare, genetic skin disease, which affects around 500,000 people worldwide. Young patients are often called “butterfly children” because their skin seems…Find out more
Of all wounds, the surgical wound (or operating wound) is probably the most distinct. In effect, unlike other wounds it is caused by an intentional…Find out more
Burns are a common injury. In France, almost 8,000 people (1) are hospitalised for burns each year, children under the age of 5 representing 1/3…Find out more
Looking for advice on how to treat your ulcer?
It is not always easy to know what to do, when, as a patient, you are faced with a chronic ulcer. Doctor Nabila Benahmed, Medical…Find out more