Wound irrigation with Prontosan removes debris, slough, bioburden and biofilm
Traditional irrigation solutions are likely to glide over the biofilm without removing it.
Gentle dressing changes with Prontosan
Dressings are often encrusted and stick to wound surfaces. By attempting to remove the dressing from the wound surface when dry, new injuries often arise with additional risk of infection, which in turn delay the healing process.
In cases where bandaging is difficult to release, intensive dressing moistening with Prontosan Wound Irrigation Solution is advisable until they can be gently released without traumatising the wound surface.
If these actions are stubborn, it indicates the presence of large encrustations. The whole section of the body including the dressing should be thoroughly saturated with Prontosan Wound Irrigation Solution until the dressings can be easily released.