ChitoHeal Gel

ChitoHeal Gel, is a hydrogel based on N-Acetyl-D-Glucosamine which provides a moist healing environment to assist and enhance the natural process of healing wounds. It increases angiogenesis and promote tissue regeneration and meanwhile reduces the risk of scarring. Furthermore, its antimicrobial nature against Poliovirus, Herpes simplex, and bacteria such as S. aureus, Pseudomonas, E. Coli, S. epidermidis etc. avoids secondary infections. ChitoHeal Gel is highly biocompatible and has the capability of filling irregularly shaped wounds and remains on the site of application for a prolonged time.

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Active Ingredient:                                                                                             

N-Acetyl-D-Glucosamine

Intended use:

ChitoHeal Gel is used for the healing of following wounds;

  • I & II-degree burn and Sunburn
  • Surgical wounds
  • I & II-degree diabetic foot ulcer & bed sore
  • Traumatic wounds, abrasion, cuts and scratches
  • Wounds in EB patients (Epidermolysis bullosa- Butterfly Children)
  • Prevent bed sore by forming a secondary skin

 

Instructions for use:

  1. Disinfect the wound surface with SilvoSept or other appropriate antiseptics and do not dry it.
  2. Apply adequate amount of ChitoHeal gel on the affected area to cover the wound surface completely.
  3. Cover it with ChitoPad or other appropriate wound dressing. Fix it with ChitoTrans or other appropriate adhesive dressings.

Wound exudate

Low

Dry/None

Wound depth

Deep

Superficial

Infection phase

Infection treatment

Infection prevention

Wound exudate

Low

Dry/None

Wound depth

Deep

Superficial

Infection phase

Infection

Infection

How To Use

How To Use

Documentation

Studies

Sorbact® Gel Dressing - IFU

Comparison of a novel non-medicated bacteria-binding dressing to silver dressings in the manag...

Corsi A. 2015

SAWC Fall. September 12-14, Baltimore, USA

Cutimed® Siltec foam and Cutimed® Sorbact® gel dressings: A clinical audit

Stephen-Haynes J et al. 2010

Wounds UK. 6(1):130-136.

Hydrogel-impregnated dressings for graft fixation: A case series

Choi JS et al. 2015

Wounds UK. 6(1):130-136.