Transforming Cleansing Practice: Following the Science & Consensus Guidelines

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Wound cleansing procedures, definitions, and products often vary among health care facilities and providers. To create and implement standardized wound cleansing in the clinical setting, the protocol must be effective, safe, pH appropriate, and accessible.

This white paper, sponsored by Urgo Medical, makers of Vashe Pure Hypochlorous acid (pHA), describes the essential elements of an effective wound cleansing program. This guide also discusses cleanser cytotoxicity, cell biology, pathogen eradication, the inflammatory response, and the wound healing process, as well as providing several clinical case studies.

Wound care professionals will appreciate this detailed exploration into the role of standardized wound cleansing in wound healing.

This white paper discusses the following topics:

Barriers to standardization in wound cleansing
Biocompatibility and cytotoxicity of common wound cleansers
Bactericidal actions and pH of wound cleansers
Current expert clinical guidelines
Overview and case studies of Hypochlorous acid (pHA)

Sponsored by Urgo Medical

Disclaimer: The content within this piece was created solely by the authors and the sponsoring entity, and was not subject to WoundSource staff review. The views, opinions, and content presented are those of the author(s) and sponsor(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of WoundSource or HMP Global, their employees, and affiliates.

Wound cleansing procedures, definitions, and products often vary among health care facilities and providers. To create and implement standardized wound cleansing in the clinical setting, the protocol must be effective, safe, pH appropriate, and accessible.

This white paper, sponsored by Urgo Medical, makers of Vashe Pure Hypochlorous acid (pHA), describes the essential elements of an effective wound cleansing program. This guide also discusses cleanser cytotoxicity, cell biology, pathogen eradication, the inflammatory response, and the wound healing process, as well as providing several clinical case studies.

Wound care professionals will appreciate this detailed exploration into the role of standardized wound cleansing in wound healing.

This white paper discusses the following topics:

Barriers to standardization in wound cleansing
Biocompatibility and cytotoxicity of common wound cleansers
Bactericidal actions and pH of wound cleansers
Current expert clinical guidelines
Overview and case studies of Hypochlorous acid (pHA)

Sponsored by Urgo Medical 

Disclaimer: The content within this piece was created solely by the authors and the sponsoring entity, and was not subject to WoundSource staff review. The views, opinions, and content presented are those of the author(s) and sponsor(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of WoundSource or HMP Global, their employees, and affiliates.

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