Wet environment skin healing for wounds such as: Pressure ulcers, Venous ulcers, Arterial ulcers, Skin burns, Traumas by implant, Surgeries
The ideal therapeutic system for pressure ulcers
The daily care of cronic wounds such as the pressure ulcers, of the diabetic foot or of the ulcus cruris (lower limb ulcer), becomes more difficult day by day.
The usually difficult and long-term therapies as well as the strain that takes its toll onto the patient due to their illnesses constitute an important challenge for the caretakers and doctors.
The goal of this guide is to offer a generic overview of the utilization of hydro-active patches on chronic sores and ulcers, in conjunction with each case, helping achieve a more systematic and effective therapy for your patients.
This guide is taking into account the various forms of taumas, the types of the chronic wounds, and the various healing stages that they undergo along with their corresponding characteristics.
These stages are further subcategorized depending on whether the wound is epidermal or deep, the amount of the exudate secretions, the size of the wound, and the general condition of the skin tissue.
The classification of these hydrophobic patches, depending on their suitability for managing a wound at a particular healing stage, as well as the accessories for the attachment of the patches and the products for the compression treatment, provide you with a solid foundation throughout the wound healing period, to make it easier for you to decide on which product to choose.
The guide is separated into the following chapters:
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