An enzymatic debridement for wound healing
- Easy to apply
- Cost effective compared to other forms of debridement.
- Minimal caregiver time required.
- Decreased infection extent- reduces bacterial load of wound.
- Increased granulation epithelialization.
- Proteolytic breakdown of the necrotic tissue, devitalised tissue and fibrin.
For debridement of necrotic tissue and liquefaction of slough in acute and chronic lesions such as
- Pressure ulcers
- Varicose and diabetic ulcers
- Postoperative wounds
- Pilonidal cyst wounds
- Traumatic or infected wounds
Patients hypersensitive to active substance or to any of the excipients in the product.
Not to be used in the eyes.
- Papain-Urea Cream
Available in 15 g and is stable at room temperature
- A single tube to be used for individual patient.
- Tip of the tube should not come contact with wound surface.
- Cleanse the wound with saline or mild cleansing solution.
- The ointment should be applied directly to the lesion and then covered with appropriate dressing, and secured into place.