Cavity Wounds

Mode of action:

Necrotic collagen anchoring debris to the wound disintegrates and is absorbed by Chemspunge.
(No cleaning of the wound is required, the wound is cleaned through osmotic pressure)

Change the Wound Dressing only when saturated
For the treatment of cavity wounds, insert the Plugs into cavities and seal them with a Dressing. 
Insert more plugs as debridement takes place. 
The dressing promotes blood circulation to the wound area 

After debridement epithelial cells, blood vessels and granulation tissue continue to fill the wound cavity.
The dressing remains wet as long as fluids escape from the wound, preventing adhering conditions. Remove plugs as granulation takes place to enhance granulation.
If the dressing sticks to the wound it is in working condition.
Remove only when saturated 

Continue with the dressing until the wound has healed.
At this stage, it is appropriate to cover the wound with a few layers of non-adherent gauze before the dressing is applied.
Dressing can stay on for up to 7 days.


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