wound covering materials
It is impossible to cure patients who has widespread damage skin so far.
What is difference,
- As soon as applied to patient
GANA PATCH can keep moisturizing from evaporation
- Prevent infection
- Mechanical -chemical protection
-Components in GANA PATCH stimulate the collgen synthesis of soft tissue defect so that there will be no more exudate
-High concentration Cross linked hyaluronic acid gel absorb watery content from wound .
stuff soft tissue defect immediately and keep moisturizing from evaporation
-Do not need to change dressing every day. Change GANA PATCH every week
In case of major wound. accompanied by soft tissue loss and epithelium damage. GANA PATCH
includes active ingredients for epithelial cell and soft tissues regeneration.
Not necessary of skin graft
After an immediate indication, immediate recovery of skin functions from burn injuries or skin loss.
Regeneration soft tissue and epithelium
Bio cellulose itself replaces soft tissue mechanically
Not necessary of wound dressing
-once apply to any wound you just keep watching until you see healed wound
Bio cellulose itself does not cause any immune side effect and any other response in the body.
The epithelial cell migrates to GANA PATCH and then GANA PATCH may be positioned under the epidermis.
GANA PATCH Package Contents
1. GANA PATCH sheet
sheet size 15 X 10cm
WHAT IS THE IDEAL wound dressing?
Able to resist infection
Able to prevent water loss
Able to withstand the shear forces
Long shelf life and easy to store
Lack of antigenicity
Flexible in thickness
Durable with long-term wound stability
Can be conformed to irregular wound surfaces and
Easy to be secured and applied
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