Chronic Wound Healing
Treatment of purulent and non-healing wound
There is currently no reliable conservative treatment of trophic ulcers. A required component of the treatment of trophic ulcers is to address the cause of trophism malfunction, which is normally done surgically. However, removing the cause may not work in all cases. As a consequence, conservative treatment is essential as it aims at slowing down the progression, reducing the size of ulcers and decontamination, if not at the full healing of ulcers.
Biological tissue regeneration stimulation method developed by our company, when used together with the ablation and ulcer sanation, improves trophism in soft tissues surrounding the ulcer, which – even without removing the cause – leads to a decrease in the size of ulcers and up to the complete defect closure.
The treatment of purulent wounds is also difficult due to resistance of the wound microflora to most antibiotics. Ablative necrectomy and laser debridement allows to completely clean the wound surface of microflora. Subsequent regeneration stimulation using the RecoSMA™ method makes it possible to reduce the period of wound healing and purify the wound, and also stimulates granulation, which allows for placing secondary sutures.
Debridement and repair methods
Soft Er:YAG laser radiation used for ablative necrectomy and debridement due to its unique ability to delete layers of soft tissue and all type of pathogenic flora.
Ablation does not cause the coagulation of underlying tissue layers, so that when you reach viable tissues you will see capillary bleeding, signaling the need to stop the procedure.
Thus, this necrectomy method minimizes the risk of removing viable tissue.
Anesthesia is not necessary
100% wound sanitation
Healing without gross scars