Unfortunately, many people suffer from persistent wound ulcers. This research paper will discuss the impact on daily life of patients who are affected by this prolonged infliction. Initially, acts and figures are presented explaining and highlighting associated problems posed by this ailment. The aim of the thesis is to identify best possible practices in chronic wound care management by caregivers and family members. Furthermore, the research paper will highlight the methodology used to examine the process of how data was gathered, analyzed and how results were derived. The outcome section explains diverse types of wounds and describes how the wound healing works. This section will also address supplementary prophylactic measures and additional beneficial treatment option. Similarly, the initial research question will be examined in further detail by separating the assembled information into three sub-points. Finally, the whole work and in particular the results of the research question will be summarized in a discussion. At the end the focus should be on the acquirement of the well-being of the affected people and it must be enabled to all patients to have adequate treatments.