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Wound-Be-Gone 2 in 1 Healing Gel

Wound-Be-Gone 2 in 1 Healing Gel

There are different types of wounds. Some of them are acute wounds while others are chronic wounds. Acute wounds have further classifications. Among those classifications, surgical wounds are a type. As the name suggests, surgical wounds are those wounds that are deliberately made by the surgeons during a surgical activity. It includes cutting and other incisions. When the operation ends, the surgeon closes the surgical wounds. Closure includes secondary or primary closures. The surgeon decides which closure is to be chosen. The surgical wound is either closed with stitches, clips or skin glue.

Acute surgical wound healing is a complex and intricate process. It involves different steps or stages. These stages are known as inflammatory phase, Proliferation and maturation phase. These are the stages which almost every wound follows while undergoing the healing process. Acute surgical wound healing process is never different. Inflammatory phase is short in case of acute surgical wounds and increased blood supply is provided towards the surgical wound area. Different mediators along with white blood cells help in protecting the wound from different infections. Second phase of acute surgical wound healing process is proliferative stage. In this stage, a completely new network of blood vessels is generated and supplied to the wounded area. This new network brings nutrients to the wounded cells and tissues. It also helps in discarding the dead tissue. Last stage is maturation. This is the stage where the connective tissue joins the skin back and leaves behind a scar.

Acute surgical wound healing also requires a dressing. Though it is not necessary for a wound to get dressed, it is always advisable for various reasons. The dressing is recommended if there is a chance for any leakage from the wound or if it smells.

Wound-Be-Gone healing gel

Wound-Be-Gone is a gel which can be applied on the wound. It provides a favorable environment for the wound to heal faster. The same gel reduces pain and minimizes the chances of scarring. A proper dressing helps in protecting the surgical wound from invasion of different types of bacteria and infections.

Wound-Be-Gone helps to promote wound healing, reduce pain, minimize scar appearance, decrease swelling, redness, itching, and prevents irregular pigmentation. Wound-Be-Gone has ability to neutralize Oxygen Free Radicals, which are known to cause cell damage and slowing the healing process. Wound-Be-Gone forms a thin, elastic layer over the wound and creates an ideal environment for wound healing. The patented active ingredient in Wound-Be-Gone binds and neutralizes Oxygen Free Radicals, also known as Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS). Excessive amounts of Oxygen Free Radicals can slow down or completely stop the healing process.

Wound-Be-Gone contains no antibiotics or materials of biological origin. It has a wide range of use, no side effects, and can be used with no age restrictions. Wound-Be-Gone, which offers an active ingredient that binds the oxygen free radicals that may slow the healing process and increase inflammation, also provides some additional benefits that are proving nearly as important as the quicker healing. The formula, unique among wound care gels, is a revolutionary method of treating minor injuries, as well as chronic and acute wounds, proving to be helpful in lowering both inflammation and pain experienced with such wounds. In addition to those beneficial effects, Wound-Be-Gone is helping to prevent the formation of scars. By decreasing the tissue inflammation, providing a moist healing environment, and maximizing the body's ability to heal, the formation of scar tissue is being lessened dramatically. Available in 30 Grm and 5 Gr.

Easy Application
•Clean the wound using mild soap and water. Use normal saline for full thickness wounds or ulcers.
•Apply a thin layer of Wound-Be-Gone to the entire affected area.
•Cover the wound with a non-adhesive bandage.
•Reapply as necessary every 12-24 hours.

•In the event the wound or affected area is very sensitive (painful), apply thin layer of Wound-Be-Gone directly on the dressing surface and then apply against affected area.
•Do not debride the healing wound between applications. Gently wash the wound with water and pat it dry. (Any debridement might cause a disruption of newly formed healthy tissue and slow down the healing process).
•Some debridement might be needed prior to application of Wound-Be-Gone to remove necrotic tissue if present. Please contact you physician to do so.
•Infection, if present, should be treated prior to application of Wound-Be-Gone.

Health benefits:
•Reduces healing time
•Reduces pain
•Suitable for use immediately after injury
•Transparency allows inspection of wound and monitoring of healing process without need to redress, eliminating risk of further damaging healing site
•Does not penetrate body, allowing use by pregnant women and nursing mothers.

Aesthetic benefits:
•Prevents the formation of scars
•Promotes faster healing
•Provides transparent barier
•Odorless

Economic benefits:
Wound-Be-Gone's transparency and rapid healing effects offers considerable savings on dressing and covering materials. This product saves the work of hospital staff due to a reduced need for re-bandaging. Also, there is no need to keep a whole range of other products at home or in the hospital because of the long validity date.

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