Ulcers and Skin Breakdown

McCord Research Case Studies

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This Research Center is intended as a tool for licensed healthcare professionals when considering the addition of McCord Research Skin Care Products to a patient care plan. McCord Research Skin Care Products and this Research Center are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ulcers and Skin Breakdown

“The beginning of a wound is disruption of the stratum corneum of the epidermis; the final healing of a wound is the return of the fully functional stratum corneum. Much has been learned about the development and maintenance of the epidermis in the last several years. Additionally, research is revealing ways to enhance and restore the function of impaired skin. Through the use of nourishing topical agents such as Olivamine*, the skin can be treated and restored to full function, enabling the skin to be the very effective barrier it is meant to be.” (Fore-Pfliger, 2004)

How McCord Products May Be Able to Help

McCord Moisturizing Cleansers
McCord Moisturizing Cleansers
Case Studies that display positive outcomes with advanced wound care products in the Hospice population. P. Sue Hashley, RN, CWS. St. Francis Hospice Honolulu, Hawaii Study # LIT603 Printable Case Study
McCord Moisture Barriers
McCord Moisture Barriers
Case Studies that display positive outcomes with advanced wound care products in the Hospice population. P. Sue Hashley, RN, CWS. St. Francis Hospice Honolulu, Hawaii Study # LIT603 Printable Case Study
McCord Silicone Skin Protectants
McCord Silicone Skin Protectants
Case Studies that display positive outcomes with advanced wound care products in the Hospice population. P. Sue Hashley, RN, CWS. St. Francis Hospice Honolulu, Hawaii Study # LIT603 Printable Case Study
A Randomized Open Controlled Pilot Study of the Use of an Olivamine 10® Based Nutritional Barrier* vs. a Balsam of Peru, Castor Oil and Trypsin (BCT)** based product in the Maintenance of Newly Epithelial Skin of Lower Extremity Ulcers. Driver V, French M, Cain J, Hijazin M, Hagan H LIT592. Printable Case Study
Reducing Hospital-Acquired Pressure Ulcers By Implementing a Skincare Regimen – Evaluating Cost and Outcomes. Ronald J. Shannon, MPH. Martha Coombs. Global Health Economics, LLC Porter Adventist Hospital, Wound Center. Printable Case Study
McCord Moisturizers
McCord Moisturizers
A Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in New Jersey: Expected Value of RemedyTM Skincare Products and Remedy/Restore® Briefs in an At-Risk Resident Population for Pressure Ulcer and Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis Prevention. Ronald Shannon, Health Economist, Kevin Fisher. Director of Nursing Printable Case Study
A Randomized Open Controlled Pilot Study of the Use of an Olivamine 10® Based Nutritional Barrier* vs. a Balsam of Peru, Castor Oil and Trypsin (BCT)** based product in the Maintenance of Newly Epithelial Skin of Lower Extremity Ulcers. Driver V, French M, Cain J, Hijazin M, Hagan H LIT592. Printable Case Study
Case Studies that display positive outcomes with advanced wound care products in the Hospice population. P. Sue Hashley, RN, CWS. St. Francis Hospice Honolulu, Hawaii Study # LIT603 Printable Case Study
Positive skin care outcomes using a patented blend of bioavailable quadrapeptide Olivamine 10® via a topical nutritional skin care cream. Terri Durkin Williams RN, BSN, LNHA Otterbein Lebanon Retirement Living Community Lebanon, Ohio. Study#LIT044. Printable Case Study
Treatment of Venous Dermatitis with a New Skin Protectant Containing Olivamine 10®. Betty Valeros, RN, CWS, Director Wound Healing Center West Houston Doctor’s Center, Houston, Texas. Study # LIT020 Printable Case Study