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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 – from grazes, slicing injuries and surgical wounds to burns and poorly healing varicose ulcers and bedsores.

Female, DOB 1927, decubital ulcer, left heel:

before HemaGel® application
3 December 2008
after HemaGel® application
8 January 2009
after HemaGel® application
6 February 2009

Male, DOB 1947, diabetic on insulin, ileostomy:

before HemaGel® application
1 December 2008
after HemaGel® application
2 January 2009
after HemaGel® application
6 February 2009

Female, DOB 1970, bitten by a dog:

before HemaGel® application
18 March 2008
after HemaGel® application
27 March 2008
after HemaGel® application
15 April 2008

Healing process using Hemagel following burns induced by bromide in methanol:

before HemaGel® application

after HemaGel® application
Day 3
after HemaGel® application
Day 5

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.

How to treat a chronic wound How to treat a acute wound

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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CLINICAL STUDIES



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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How HemaGel works

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