I have a patient with breast cancer with mets to the liver. She was also born with cerebal palsy so she's wheelchair bound. She has edema in her lower legs and feet. Within the past month she has developed blisters on her calves that leak clear fluid. The largest blister is about 3 inches in diameter, the smallest is probably 0.5 cm. Originally her MD had her in bilateral unna boots which we changed twice a week. She covered the unna boots with kerlix but had to change it frequently because it would be soaked. Now we have discontinued the unna boots because they don't seem to be helping but she continues to have these blisters and extreme weeping. I've tried silver-impregnated products, I cleanse with wound cleanser every time. Now they are wrapped with ABD pads and changed frequently. The weeping is very odorous and the patient is miserable. It doens't seem to be getting better, only worse. Please help! I'm a hospice newbie (only 5 months) and am tapping into the resources of other nurses with more experience but we've not been able to really help this woman. Any ideas you have would be great!!