Rapid wound debridement

HydroClean® mini

Part of the HydroClean Family

HydroClean® mini

Rapid wound Debridement Fast. Simple. Effective

HydroClean® mini, the new addition to the HydroClean® Family.

HydroClean® mini is especially designed for small, cavity or superficial.

The benefit of autolytic and mechanical debridement in one dressing therapy.

*within 14 days compared to baseline

Facilitates autolytic debridement | Up to 69% removal of necrosis and devitalised tissue*[1]

Infection management | Significantly reduces bacterial load[2,3,6] and disrupts biofilm[8]

Pain relief | More than 3 in 4 patients experienced no pain during wear time[1] Nearly 50% of patients who did experience pain, reported a significant improvement[1]

Facilitates autolytic debridement | Up to 69% removal of necrosis and devitalised tissue*[1]

Exudate control| 92% of clinicians rated it good or excellent at exudate management control[1]

Cost effective | Approximately

21% vs. honey,

98% vs. larval

30% savings vs mechanical debridement[1]
Cost savings instead of standard treatment, including amputation is about 93,5%[7]

Providing rapid wound debridement


Unique debriding mode of action: HydroClean® miniirrigates the wound while absorbing dead tissue, necrosis, bacteria and exudate.

The superabsorbent polymers ensure an optimal absorption of exudate while the Ringer‘s solution continuously cleanses and moisturises the wound bed.

HydroClean® Available Sizing

HydroClean® mini
Dressing SizeDressings Per PackHARTMANN Code
3 cm round10609 001
Dressing SizeDressings Per PackHARTMANN Code
4 cm round10609 220
4 x 8 cm oval10609 222
5.5 cm round10609 224
7.5 x 7.5 cm10609 226
10 x 10cm10609 228
HydroClean® Cavity
Dressing SizeDressings Per PackHARTMANN Code

4 cm round

10609 002
4 x 8 cm oval10609 004
5.5 cm round10609 006
7.5 x 7.5 cm10609 008
10 x 10 cm10609 012

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