Advance the healing process
for your patients and your burn care team.
We understand that burn healing can be a slow and costly process. Multiple challenges stand in your way to achieving rapid, high quality healing:
The longer burns take to heal, the greater the risk of infection. The most common burn-related complications include cellulitis, pneumonia, septicemia and urinary tract infection.1 These infections cause patients additional suffering and can double hospital costs.2
Burn patients endure pain so intense and prolonged it can interfere with proper wound care.3
Burn survivors with scar contractures and visible scarring often experience limited mobility, depression, anxiety and psychosocial difficulties.4
Long hospital stays and extended outpatient treatment.
Burns are one of the most resource-intense of all healthcare conditions. Estimated medical costs total approximately $1.5 billion.5
Now is the time to partner and explore the possibilities for quicker less painful debridement, angiogenesis, rapid tissue regeneration and less scar formation.
A literature review of hyaluronic acid (HA), HA matrix and HA ester strongly supports the positive effects of HA and HA ester in burn healing.13
Promote a gentle
Make dressing changes more comfortable with PluroGel. This soothing, concentrated surfactant helps protect the burn injury, soften necrotic debris and control fluid loss to create an ideal moist wound healing environment.
Add the unique benefits of hyaluronic acid to your burn healing toolbox. Hyalomatrix helps you rebuild a noticeably well-vascularized neodermis, which can aid graft success.6, 7, 8. 9, 10
Make the impossible
Coming soon: New skin harvesting and transferring technology that enables full-thickness grafting in an outpatient setting with minimized donor site concerns.11, 12