HidraWear’s Clinical Study won the Gold Award for Best Clinical Research at the 2023 Journal of Wound Care Awards.
HidraWear Clinical Study
Detailed Metric Results
|DLQI Score (1 to 30)||Rated on an 11-point VAS, wherein a score of 0 was the best possible score and a score of 10 was the worst possible score.|
|Measure||Quality of Life||Difficulty Dressing Wounds||Time Consumption||Dressing Comfort||Dressing Related Pain||Retention and Leak Confidence||Body Confidence|
|Traditional Wound Dressings (Day 0)||19.4||6.5||6.9||8.1||5.5||8.4||8.5|
|Using HidraWear (after 21 days of use)||4.6||0.6||0.7||1||0.8||1.2||3.8|
|Measure||Traditional Wound Dressings (Day 0)||Using HidraWear (after 21 days of use)|
|Quality of Life||19.4||4.6|
|11 Point VAS:|
|Difficulty Dressing Wounds||6.5||0.6|
|Dressing Related Pain||5.5||0.8|
|Retention and Leak Confidence||8.4||1.2|
Of the participants who required pain relief in advance of a dressing change at baseline (n=5), none required pain relief in advance of a dressing change by day 21 of the trial using HidraWear.