Epigard

Epigard
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EpiGARD’s unique feature is a fully synthetic skin replacement that was developed by imitating the microanatomy of the human skin. It maintains the optimum conditions of the wound for skin transplantation that will take place later while cleaning the wound bed when used in cases such as burn, trauma, surgery wounds where tissue loss is experienced.

EpiGARD has a double-ply structure. The layer with air-permeable micropores on the top surface prevents bacteria from penetrating the wound.  It prevents secretions from seeping through. The underside is a flexible and soft, open matrix. EpiGARD sticks rapidly and effectively through thrombogenic adhesion and coagulation of the exudate on the wound bed. Necrotic tissue and wound exudate can be removed when the bandage is changed. It has a frame structure for growing inside fibroblasts and vessels. After a few days a consistent, well-vascularised wound bed is achieved, which can be covered with a secondary dressing.

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It Adheres to the Wound Bed

EpiGARD sticks rapidly and effectively through thrombogenic adhesion and coagulation of the exudate on the wound bed. While protecting the wound bed against external factors, it creates an optimum moisture value. When the product is removed, it helps to remove necrotic tissue and exudate.

Shortens Healing Time

It encourages vascularization while it has a frame structure for fibroblasts in the wound area. It provides optimum conditions for wound healing by making granulation faster.

Transplantation

Graft applications referred to at partial or full ply skin losses enable the wound bed to be brought to optimal skin transplantation conditions. It plays an active role in bringing the wound bed to the desired conditions.

It Acts as Epidermis

EpiGARD is the equivalent of a fully synthetic, double-ply skin that mimics the microanatomy of human skin. It is used as temporary synthetic closure in cases such as burns, trauma, surgical wounds where the epidermis is lost. It prevents bacteria from penetrating the wound. It maintains the moisture balance.

Transplantation

Graft applications referred to at partial or full ply skin losses enable the wound bed to be brought to optimal skin transplantation conditions. It plays an active role in bringing the wound bed to the desired conditions.

Shortens Healing Time

It encourages vascularization while it has a frame structure for fibroblasts in the wound area. It provides optimum conditions for wound healing by making granulation faster.

It Adheres to the Wound Bed

EpiGARD sticks rapidly and effectively through thrombogenic adhesion and coagulation of the exudate on the wound bed. While protecting the wound bed against external factors, it creates an optimum moisture value. When the product is removed, it helps to remove necrotic tissue and exudate.

It Acts as Epidermis

EpiGARD is the equivalent of a fully synthetic, double-ply skin that mimics the microanatomy of human skin. It is used as temporary synthetic closure in cases such as burns, trauma, surgical wounds where the epidermis is lost. It prevents bacteria from penetrating the wound. It maintains the moisture balance.

Temporary Synthetic Skin Equivalent

EpiGARD is also suitable for wound treatment. It is suitable for treating open wounds such as superficial defect wounds, wounds after surgical necrosis removal with burns, operation wounds and wounds at removal sites for skin transplants.

Files & Product List
Reference Code Dimensions Units per Boxes
WV3200 8cm x 5cm 10 pcs
WV3201 8cm x 10cm 10 pcs
WV3202 8cm x 23cm 10 pcs
WV3203 12cm x 30cm 10 pcs
WV3204 12cm x 45cm 10 pcs

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