ALHYDRAN works for hypostatic eczema
Research by the University of Maastricht shows that ALHYDRAN works against hypostatic eczema. The conclusion: ALHYDRAN is an effective, safe and useful agent in the treatment of mild to moderate hypostatic eczema. Without side effects.
What is Hypostatic Eczema?
Hypostatic eczema is a type of eczema that only occurs on the (lower) legs. It arises from chronic venous failure of the legs. It mainly occurs in older women, but men can also suffer from it.
Do you have hypostatic eczema? Then you know better than anyone what effect this has on your skin:
Researched by Maastricht University
In 2017, Maastricht University investigated the effects of ALHYDRAN on hypostatic eczema. 18 patients participated in the clinical study.
Purpose of the investigation
This study mapped the effects of ALHYDRAN on symptoms of hypostatic eczema. As well as to complaints that patients have due to the eczema:
The researchers were specifically curious about how the working parts of ALHYDRAN work:
18 patients from a wound clinic were selected for the study. ALHYDRAN was applied to the skin 2 times a day. The effects of this were monitored over a period of 4 weeks. The effects on the skin and the patient. The experience of caregivers was also asked.
Results of the study
The health care providers rated ALHYDRAN as an effective and useful agent in the treatment of mild to moderate hypostatic eczema.
Conclusion of the study
Given the results, the conclusion was inevitable: ALHYDRAN is an effective, safe and useful treatment for hypostatic eczema.
Check out the study here