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Innovative wound management

in only 2 steps

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All-in-one dressing that cleanses & debrides,

absorbs and stimulates granulation.

  • Protects against infections
  • Speeds wound recovery.
  • Painless dressing changes
  • Effective for up to three days of continuous wear
  • Easy to apply

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PROMOTE HEALING

CLEAN,

ABSORB

A unique dressing which can handle both rinsing and absorption.

Fast epithelial wound closure.

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  • Increases the concentration of growth factors.
  • Donates moisture when required.
  • Dressing change is safe and atraumatic.
  • Optimal absorption.

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Heals 23.5% faster than silicone dressings. 

23.5%

FASTER

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References:


1.  Humbert P., et al. on behalf of the CLEANSITE study group. Protease-modulating polyacrylate-based hydrogel stimulates wound bed preparation in venous leg ulcers a randomized controlled trial. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 2014; 28:12, 1742-50.

2 Kaspar, D (2011). Therapeutic effectiveness, compatibility and handling in the daily routine of hospitals or physicians’s practices. HARTMANN Data on file: Hydro-Responsive Wound Dressing (HRWD) and AquaClear Technology are trademarks of HARTMANN

3 ISBN Monograph. 978-1-944788-63-6-ISBN Services.

4 Eming S, Smola H, Hartmann B, et al (2008). The inhibition of matrix metalloproteinase activity in chronic wounds by a polyacrylate superabsorber. Biomaterials 29: 2, 2932-2940

5 Knestele, M (2004) The treatment of problematic wounds with HydroClean plus - tried and tested over many years in clinical practice. HARTMANN Data on file.

6 Bruggisser, R. (2005). Bacterial and fungal absorption properties of a hydrogel dressing with a superabsorbent polymer core. J Wound Care 14, 438-42 

7 Smola H.: Stimulation of epithelial migration - novel material based approaches. Presented at EWMA Congress, 2015, London. Data on file: in-vivio study, H. Smola. 

8 Zöllner, P (2010). Observational study Ideal wound environment during granulation and epithelization achieved with HydroTac. HARTMANN Data on file. 

9 Humbert P., Faivre B., Véran Y., et al.: Protease-modulating polyacrylate-based hydrogel stimulates wound bed preparation in venous leg ulcers - a randomized controlled trial. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 28:1742-50 (2014)./ Zöllner et al., Biometric report on HydroTac (comfort) dated 6th June 2010

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