Revamil Collagen healing properties
Revamil Collagen acts as mechanical support and catalyst to fibroblasts migration and to the growth of granulation tissue and provides the necessary scaffold to natural derma regeneration. Revamil honey contains a high concentration of honey enzymes; while initially the osmotic effect of the honey sugars protects the wound against bacteria and forms a protective layer. The honey creates the ideal moist wound environment that facilitates the natural debridement of the wound and combined with collagen, facilitates the granulation tissue formation.
Revamil collagen can be used on the follow wound types:
Pressure ulcers, venous ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers, chronic skin lesions and acute traumatic wounds, adjuvant in the physiological processes of wound healing, can be used as a haemostat
Revamil Collagen product data:
Revamil collagen is supplied in pads of 5×5 cm, three pads per box, use within three months of opening
Revamil collagen contains horse collagen with the addition of pure enzyme rich honey
Revamil collagen is a Class III CE registered product; optimum safety is therefore guaranteed
Revamil collagen contains no pharmaceutical substances and is paraben free.
Revamil products are Phtalate free
Directions for use
- Use the product immediately after opening of the primary package.
- On infected wounds, before using the product, perform a systemic antibiotic and/or topical antimicrobial treatment.
- Pre-treat the wound bed and cleanse the lesion with a gauze soaked in saline solution,
- After the process of debridement, apply the pad on the wound. In case of low exudate moisturise the pad with saline solution.
- Use one or more pads, placed contiguously or overlapped if necessary, in order to cover the entire lesion, ensuring that the pad has full contact with the area to be treated.
- Fix the pad to the lesion by means of a sterile gauze or a non-adherent dressing, then apply elastic compression bandage.
- It is recommended to apply the dressing every 3-4 days or at smaller intervals, depending on the wound exudate. The wound should be monitored every 2-3 days.
- To maintain a humid microclimate cover ideally with appropriate secondary dressing depending on the level of exudate and apply a bandage.