The Science Behind Collagen: How It Impacts Wound Healing

Wound healing is a complex, multifaceted process vital to human health and survival. At the heart of this process lies collagen, a protein indispensable for tissue repair and regeneration. Understanding the science behind collagen and its role in wound healing sheds light on our body’s remarkable ability to heal and opens avenues for advanced therapeutic… Continue reading The Science Behind Collagen: How It Impacts Wound Healing

Non-Hydrolyzed vs Hydrolyzed Collagen in Wound Healing

Non-Hydrolyzed Collagen vs. Hydrolyzed Collagen

Collagen is a foundational triple-helix protein molecule. It remains a pivotal component of the extracellular matrix, providing skin structure and elasticity. In advanced wound care, various collagen products have emerged that promote wound healing. Human BioSciences utilizes only non-hydrolyzed triple-helical bovine collagen in all its wound care supplies. Find out more about why below. Collagen… Continue reading Non-Hydrolyzed vs Hydrolyzed Collagen in Wound Healing

Vascular September

September marks Vascular Awareness Month, a time to shed light on the importance of our vascular system and raise awareness about various vascular conditions. Understanding arterial and venous wounds is crucial among the many aspects of vascular health. These wounds can have different causes, presentations, and treatments. This blog discusses the differences between common arterial… Continue reading Vascular September

What are the types of wound healing?

Wound healing is a complex and fascinating process that occurs when the body’s tissues are damaged. Our bodies have a remarkable ability to repair themselves, and wound healing is a crucial part of this regenerative process. In this article, we will explore the different types of wound healing and understand the mechanisms behind each one.… Continue reading What are the types of wound healing?

Lymphedema Awareness Month Extends Through all of March.

Lymphedema is a chronic condition that affects the lymphatic system, resulting in swelling of the affected limbs and often leading to open wounds in the skin if left untreated. Lymphedema may be a congenital issue caused by a parasitic infection or resulting from surgery or radiation treatments. People with lymphedema will require routine, consistent compression… Continue reading Lymphedema Awareness Month Extends Through all of March.

What is wound management

Wound management is an essential process that involves the proper care and treatment of wounds to prevent infection, promote healing, and reduce scarring. Proper wound management involves cleaning and dressing the wound, controlling bleeding, preventing infection, and promoting healing. The cause of the skin break will need to be fully addressed for many complicated wounds… Continue reading What is wound management

Which wounds should SkinTemp® II Collagen Sheets be used with?

Treatment Application

SkinTemp® II Collagen Sheets are intended for the management of burns, sores, open blisters, scrapes, ulcers, and other wounds. The sheets 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 appropriate for… Continue reading Which wounds should SkinTemp® II Collagen Sheets be used with?

Which wounds should Collatek® Collagen Gel be used with?

Treatment Application

Collatek® Gel is intended for dry to lightly exudating wounds. Collatek® is a sterile collagen gel that encourages healing by donating moisture while providing collagen molecules to the wound bed. Collatek® Gel rehydrates dry wounds and eschar. Promotes a moist wound healing environment and promotes autolytic debridement for optimal healing which can be used in… Continue reading Which wounds should Collatek® Collagen Gel be used with?

Which wounds should Medifil® II Collagen Particles be used with?

Treatment Application

Medifil® II Collagen Particles are intended for the management of burns, sores, blisters, scrapes, ulcers, and other wounds. Particles provide the maximum amount of collagen surface area to the wound bed surface. The flexibility of the particles to get into deep and irregular shapes makes Medifil® II ideal for the most complex cases.Medifil® II Collagen… Continue reading Which wounds should Medifil® II Collagen Particles be used with?

Wound = Trick … Collagen = Treat?

Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream and Child’s Play will have victims falling left and right on sharpened welded blades with intentions to slice, maim and kill. The franchise films boost up to 300+ stabbings, sliced throats and deep killer gouges. Maybe some of these victims could have been spared if they had Human BioSciences… Continue reading Wound = Trick … Collagen = Treat?