Dressing and Covering in the Treatment of Wounds



The cicatrization is a dynamic physiologic process that looks for to recuperate the tissue continuity.

We should meet the fisiopathology of the cicatrization, to know which are the factors that can accelerate it or to delay it. Should we dominate the one what? which? and the how? WHAT is to do the precise diagnosis. WHICH is to identify the period cicatricial. The HOW it is to know to treat the wound in an ideal way, according to the means and available resources.


The best product doesn't exist or that that can be used during whole the process cicatricial. We should meet them, because each one possesses indication and contraindication, I benefit and I cost, the important is to ponder and to always use the good sense! 
Activated Coal and Silver Enzymatic ointments Papain, Urea & Chlorophyllin


Frog's Skin Permeable Membranes Vapor
Aloe Vera Fibrinolysin Physiologic Saline Solutino
Autologous Fibroblast Growth Factor Ricinoleic Acid
Autologous Keratinocyte Homologous Fibroblast Silver
Bioperoxoil Hyaluronic Acid - Derivate Silver and Calcium Alginate
Calcium and Sodium Alginate Hyaluronic Acid & Silver Sulfadiazine Silver Sulfadiazine
Calcium/Sodium Alginate & Activated Coal Hydrocolloid Silver Sulfadiazine + Cerio
Cellulose Acetate - Steam Permeability Hydrogel Simple Ringer
Collageno & Alginate Hydropolymer Sugar
Collagenase Larval Therapy - Maggots Propolis
Cutaneous Protecting Periostomy Linoleic Acid Topical Metronidazole
Dermic Regeneration Main Non Adherent Gauze Transparent Film
Derivated from Pig's Intestine Papain  
Elicine Papain and Urea