The patient is a 35 year old male with past medical history of diabetes mellitus, hypertension, morbid obesity, sleep apnea, and diabetic neuropathy with no known allergies. This patient has been followed for multiple foot related complaints since 2005 including but not limited to ingrown nails, diabetic ulcerations, right hallux amputation, and Charcot deformity right foot. This patient underwent incision and drainage of abscess and cellulitis of the right lower extremity on January 28, 2009. After incision and drainage and a course of antibiosis x one week the wound presented as granular and measuring 24 cm in length x 11 cm in width x 1.4 cm in depth. At this time a Blue Sky Wound Vac was initiated and continued until February 19th, 2009 in which patient started Wound-Be-Gone application to the wound with dressing changes. On February 25th, 2009 the wound measured 27 cm in length x 6 cm in width x 4 cm in depth; Wound-Be-Gone treatment was continued. On March 4 th, 2009 the wound measured 22 cm in length x 7 cm in width x 2.8 cm in depth. On March 11 th, 2009 the patient’s wound measured 21 cm in length x 6 cm x 2.8 cm in depth. The patient was seen on March 17 th, 2009 with wound measurements of 18 cm in length x 0.5 cm in width x 0.8 cm in depth. The patient has continued Wound-Be-Gone dressing changes and at his last visit the wound was very superficial in nature with alength of 11 cm and 4.5 cm in width. Patient has responded well to the application of Wound-Be-Gone and therapy will be continued until wound closure.