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What is Wound Cleanser?

Wound care treatment is incomplete without a quality and effective wound cleanser. A wound cleanser or a wound wash helps clean the wound surface of slough, gets rid of exudate and keeps the wound site clear of bacteria. These wound-healing solutions are non-irritating and soothing on fragile, sensitive skin. They remove odor-producing dead tissues and bacteria without disturbing the wound bed and interfering with the healing process. At HPFY, there is a whole line of top grade wound cleansers that form an integral part of efficient wound care management. We offer quality antimicrobial cleansing agents, wound wash, moisturizers, antiseptic wound cleanser sprays and antimicrobial deodorizers.

Importance of Wound Cleansing

  • These wound cleansing products reduce risks of wound infection with their bactericidal, fungicidal, virucidal and sporicidal properties.
  • Wound cleansing is important to avert bacterial infections and delayed healing. For a wound to heal quickly, the wound surface should be adequately moist and, at the same time, be free of slough, necrotic tissues and exudate remains. These factors, if they persist, can delay recovery.
  • A wound cleanser will aid in gentle and painless removal of foreign debris, bacteria and impurities from a wound area and provide a conducive environment for quick healing. Removal of dead tissues, called debridement, can effectively be done through appropriate wound wash and wound flush.

What should be considered when choosing a Wound Wash Solution?

In clinical practice, deciding which cleansing agent to use has been primarily based on local guidelines and personal preference.
An optimal solution for wound-cleansing would be:
  • Reduce the numbers of pathogenic bacteria
  • Be non-cytotoxic
  • Not induce an immune response (be biocompatible)
  • Be non-sensitizing
  • Not induce bacterial resistance (see methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus [MRSA])
  • Be stable with a long shelf life
  • Be easily accessible
  • Be cost-effective

Types of Wound Cleansers

We carry a range of wound cleanser spray, sterile saline wound wash and dermal wound cleansers. Our products are designed to clean surgical sites, ulcers, burns, tunneling, skin tears, incisions, traumatic wounds and minor skin irritations. They soften the slough on the wound surface and facilitate debridement. There are antimicrobial deodorizing wound cleansers that can be sprayed directly on minor cuts, scrapes and burns and used for wounds with high, medium or low exudates. There are cleansers with zinc and Vitamin B6 to speed up tissue repair. The Anasept wound cleanser from Anacapa displays exceptionally rapid microbiocidal action.
We carry all types of wound cleansers from top manufacturers of wound care products like MedlineNurse Assisst Inc, Oculus Innovative, BSN Medical, Hollister, etc.

When to use Wound Wash Solutions?

Wound cleansers are indicated for the washing, irrigation, hydration, debridement and elimination of foreign material, including microorganisms and exudating wound debris or acute and chronic dermal lesions, such as: stage I-IV pressure ulcers, venous insufficiency ulcers, postoperative wounds, first and second-degree burns, diabetic foot ulcers, skin grafts and donor sites, abrasions or minor irrigation sites.
Wound cleaners may be indicated at each dressing change or as a solution put in a device that performs irrigation and debridement for use. Wound Wash Solution may also be used before dressing modification or removal to moisten or lubricate absorbent wound dressings.

Wound Cleaning Solution Contraindications

For patients with a known allergy to any of the components of the cleanser, wound cleansers are contraindicated. Always refer to the instructions for use issued by the manufacturer.

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