Protease Modulating Dressings are a crucial component of effective wound care. They work by regulating the levels of proteases in wound exudate, which can slow down the healing process and damage newly formed tissue. These dressings physically remove, bind, or inactivate proteases to improve the healing process and promote healthy tissue growth. By controlling the levels of proteases in wounds, Protease Modulating Dressings can help speed up the healing process and improve outcomes for patients. They are an essential tool for healthcare professionals and an important part of the wound care treatment plan.
Kliniderm dressings are designed for the management of exudate and create an optimized wound healing environment. These dressings are available in a range that includes Kliniderm foam silicone and Kliniderm superabsorbent. Kliniderm superabsorbent is a four-layer superabsorbent dressing that is combined with a unique patented seal. It is used to treat moderate to high exuding chronic and acute wounds. The Kliniderm foam silicone is a soft, comfortable absorbent polyurethane foam dressing with a silicone wound contact layer and a moisture-permeable film backing. It offers 7 days of wearing time. The dressing supports a moist wound healing environment and can be used under compression. Klinidern dressings are comfortable and skin-friendly. They decrease the risk of pain and damage to the wound while changing the dressing.