Factors that Slow Down Wound Healing

The cause of a chronic wound or wound that has not healed in over 30 days, must be determined in order to control the underlying issues. A chronic wound is also explained as a skin wound that does not heal, heals slowly, or heals but recurs. Trauma, burns, skin malignancies, infection, or underlying medical disorders… Continue reading Factors that Slow Down Wound Healing

Medifil® II Collagen Particles, Skin Temp® II Collagen Sheets, and Collatek® Gel for Venous Leg Ulcers (VLUs)

Venous leg ulcers (VLUs) are caused by blood leaking from veins into the skin, causing the skin to break down or produce an ulcer a hole in the skin forms when blood does not flow through the veins as it should. Both men and women are affected by vascular disease. VLUs are more likely among… Continue reading Medifil® II Collagen Particles, Skin Temp® II Collagen Sheets, and Collatek® Gel for Venous Leg Ulcers (VLUs)

Advanced Wound Care Product Medifil® II Collagen Particles

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Medifil® II Collagen Particles is a Kollagen™ product that gives a wound both biological and physical qualities. The particles have a large surface area, allowing them to effectively penetrate the wound surface and release the maximum quantity of collagen. Medifil® II is a non-hydrolyzed type 1 bovine native collagen that is 100% non-hydrolyzed. This technology approach… Continue reading Advanced Wound Care Product Medifil® II Collagen Particles

Wound Chronicity: Collagen Promotes Reepithelialization

Chronic wounds are a constant source of frustration for individuals and health care providers all around the world. Lower extremity wound chronicity affects an amazing 4.5 million persons in the United States, whereas all sorts of chronic wounds afflict an estimated 1% of the Western population. The wound healing cascade does not always follow an… Continue reading Wound Chronicity: Collagen Promotes Reepithelialization

Advanced Wound Care Product Skin Temp® II Collagen Sheets

SkinTemp® II is Kollagen™ product that gives a wound both biological and physical qualities. SkinTemp® II is Kollagen™ in sheet form. The dressings are porous collagen membranes that are designed to be permeable and breathable, with fluid control similar to skin. They are flexible, pliable, elastic, and durable for ease of application. SkinTemp® II is… Continue reading Advanced Wound Care Product Skin Temp® II Collagen Sheets

The Medifil II Collagen Particles Difference

Why Are Medifil II Collagen Particles Different? Although collagen particles are not new to the market, they have recently become one of the most popular advanced wound care products, particularly among surgeons and podiatric physicians. Collagen particles can be incredibly useful as more physicians and wound care professionals explore more rapid and cost-efficient ways to… Continue reading The Medifil II Collagen Particles Difference

How Purchasing Directly From The Manufacturer Can Impact Cost-Effectiveness

Advanced wound care dressings have a significant impact on the total cost of care. This is essential since chronic wounds affect roughly 6.5 million individuals and cost up to $25 billion per year to treat. Wound dressing formulations are frequently classified as medical devices rather than drugs, depending on the plan design. Several factors are… Continue reading How Purchasing Directly From The Manufacturer Can Impact Cost-Effectiveness

Non-Hydrolyzed vs Hydrolyzed Collagen in Wound Healing

Non-Hydrolyzed Collagen vs. Hydrolyzed Collagen

Collagen is a brand-new triple-helix protein molecule that makes up a crucial part of the extracellular matrix (ECM). The ECM is involved in every stage of wound healing. In the advanced wound care sector, there are a variety of collagen technologies. How do we decide which product to buy? Collagen technology dressings are designed to… Continue reading Non-Hydrolyzed vs Hydrolyzed Collagen in Wound Healing

Venous Leg Ulcers Treatment, Symptoms and Diagnosis

Venous Leg Ulcers Treatment, Symptoms And Diagnosis

A venous skin ulcer is a sore on your leg that takes a long time to heal, usually due to poor blood circulation. They can last from a few weeks to several years. You might hear them referred to as “venous leg ulcers” by a doctor or nurse. If you don’t get them treated, they… Continue reading Venous Leg Ulcers Treatment, Symptoms and Diagnosis

Advanced Wound Care DFU: Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Advanced Wound Care DFU, Diabetic Foot Ulcers, Collagen Treatment

How Does Diabetes Affect Wound Care? Diabetic foot ulcers are a serious problem related to diabetes.  Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) are known to affect 15 percent of patients with diabetes. They are also known to be complex and challenging.  This is due to chronic inflammation, biofilm, and extracellular matrix degradation. For those that develop a… Continue reading Advanced Wound Care DFU: Diabetic Foot Ulcers