Patient with a tumor in his eye. Suffers from untreated epilepsy. One of the episodes caused a vast amount of damage, leaving him Paraplegic and unconscious. He is being hospitalized at home, bedridden, and ventilated. Fed through the peg. He developed a pressure ulcer in the left trochanter that deteriorated due to incontinence. We began treating the wound when it was exuding, infected, and covered by biofilm. 4 cm depth, 5 cm width, 4.4 cm length. Categorized as stage 4. At first, the wound was cleaned for three weeks, three times a day with an antibacterial solution, and treated with topical dressings. Once the tissue was red but still deep, it was decided to treat with Medifil® II particles. The Medifil® II is known to help granulation in order to create new tissue. Due to the challenge of deep injury, with tunnels, there was an additional advantage to the fact that the Medifil® II is a particle solution that can get into the tunneled areas of the wound. Using the Medifil® II particles, we were able to bring the wound to a full closure, a month after we began to use it. Currently, there is a very gentle scar left. The edges are clean and tight.