The problem of chronic wound healing

A chronic wound designates a secondarily healing wound that despite adequate therapy does not show a tendency to heal over a period of 6-9 months. Chronic wounds either transform from acute wounds as a consequence of associated diseases or infections or they develop due to micro-trauma to the skin, which itself is predisposed to difficult healing. The third possible cause of a chronic wound is the deepening of skin necrosis due to the underlying disease, for example lower limbs obliterating atherosclerosis.

A persistent open wound is an unpleasant manifestation of disrupted tissue healing. It is the possible entry site for microorganisms and may lead to the development of other infectious complications. Therefore, chronic wounds also represent a serious socioeconomic problem.

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Applying HemaGel

As HemaGel may be used to treat a wide range of wounds that vary in their extent, severity and causes, the correct application of HemaGel or frequency of dressing changes may differ.

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NEW HemaGel Procto

HemaGel PROCTO suppositories are used as a supportive treatment of haemorrhoids and other rectal diseases such as painful skin cracks (anal fissures) and tears in the anal skin and mucosa (anal rhagades).

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The results of clinical tests and studies have confirmed that HemaGel is a highly effective hydrophilic gel patch suitable for a wide range of skin wounds.

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