HydroClean® advance mini

The interactive wound pad with the Rinsing-Absorption-Mechanism.  
 
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HydroClean delivers Ringer’s solution to the wound for up to three days. During this time, interactive and continuous wound irrigation takes place, due to the wound dressing pad also absorbing wound exudate. The SAP used in HydroClean inactivates matrix metalloproteinases (MMP) which impair wound healing. As a result, stagnating healing in chronic wounds can be reactivated.

HydroClean® advance mini

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HydroClean advance mini delivers Ringer’s solution to the wound for up to three days. During this time, interactive and continuous wound irrigation takes place because the wound dressing pad also absorbs wound exudate. HydroClean advance mini must be covered by a film dressing or an additional HydroClean wound pad.
 

sterile, individually sealed

Product Information Ø 3 cm
Article Number
6096090
Content
1 Folding box of 10 pieces
EAN
4052199234311
Content
1 Box of 6 Folding boxes
EAN
4052199234328
Product Information Ø 3 cm
Article Number
6096091
Content
1 Folding box of 10 pieces
EAN
4052199234311
Content
1 Box of 6 Folding boxes
EAN
4052199234328
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
sterile, individually sealed
Ø 3 cm
Article Number 6096090
1 Folding box of 10 pieces 1 Box of 6 Folding boxes 4052199234311 4052199234328
Ø 3 cm
Article Number 6096091
1 Folding box of 10 pieces 1 Box of 6 Folding boxes 4052199234311 4052199234328

Application

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HydroClean is suitable for wet/moist treatment of wounds, in particular of wounds with impaired healing tendency. The product is especially suitable for the treatment of chronic and poorly healing wounds during the cleansing and granulation stage. HydroClean can also be used for the treatment of infected wounds. HydroClean can furthermore be used to reactivate stagnating healing processes if these are caused by excessive MMP activity.

Documents

ECDOC_100403343.pdf

DoC_Acto_Wundspuelloesung

ECDOC_100394723.pdf

PHAG_Cons. EU DoC_MDR_Class IIa; IIb; III

ECDOC_100475479.pdf

AU_ManufacturerDoC_classIIa&IIb

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