DermaCol 100 Sheet Collagen Wound Dressing Features
- Applied directly to the wound
- Maintains a moist wound environment
- Aids in the formation of granulation tissue and epithelialization
- Collagen absorbs wound exudate that may impair tissue regeneration
- Store in a cool, dry storage environment. Keep away from sunlight
For the management of moderately to heavily exuding wounds and to control minor bleeding:
- Pressure ulcers
- Venous stasis ulcers
- Diabetic ulcers
- Acute wounds
- Trauma and Surgical wounds
- Partial-thickness burns
Not to be used on patients with a known allergy or sensitivity to bovine collagen.
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DermaCol 100 Sheet Collagen Wound Dressing FAQs
Q1. How do collagen wound dressings work?
It stimulates cellular migration and contributes to new tissue development. Because of their chemotactic properties on wound fibroblasts, collagen dressings encourage the deposition and organization of newly formed collagen, creating an environment that fosters healing.
Q2. How often should collagen dressing be changed?
Initial dressing changes two to three times per week is recommended, depending on the exudate level. Remaining particles in the wound should be rinsed off.
Q3. What type of collagen is best for wound healing?
Type I: It is the dominant constituent, occupying more than 90% of the tissue, and is the most commonly used collagen in the wound healing process.
Q4. Which type of collagen is most important in wound healing?
Type I and III are important for wound healing.