Exudating wound


19-Apr-2017 00:07

The higher the specific gravity, the greater the likelihood of capillary permeability changes in relation to body cavities.

Keratin is the key structural material making up the outermost layer of our skin.Clinical efficacy has been demonstrated in: Guidelines for the use of Replicine™ Functional Keratin® advanced wound care products for the care of chronic wounds are available here.• Cool and soothing when applied to broken skin areas and wounds for comfort • Resilient gel protects skin and underlying tissues from friction and pressure • Will not dry out or stick to the wound for easy dressing changes • Does not disturb newly granulated tissue upon removal • May be cut to any shape or size to fit wound • Will not macerate healthy skin • Highly absorbent Acute Wounds Cavity Wounds Chronic Wounds Deep Wounds Dehisced Wounds Diabetic Foot Granulating/Epithializing Wounds Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds Palliative Wounds Partial- and Full-Thickness Burns Pressure Ulcers Sloughy Wounds Superficial Wounds Surgical Wounds Select the appropriate size dressing.This unique technology has demonstrated the ability to activate keratinocytes, increase epithelization rates and enhance production of important basement membrane proteins to improve healed skin structure.

Based on an extensive international research program, and a strong evidence base of efficacy in wound healing, Keraplast has developed three advanced wound healing products to deliver Replicine™ Functional Keratin® technology to the wound bed and manage a broad range of wound types.The dressing may be cut to the proper size with scissors.Leave the clear plastic film on gel while cutting the dressing.Remove the clear plastic film and apply the exposed gel directly on the wound. Secure the dressing in place with: tape, elastic wrap, gauze wrap, stretch netting, etc.



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