Detailed procedure of applying HemaGel when treating bedsores/ decubiti:

  1. Clean the decubitus thoroughly, including the removal of any demarcated necrosis; draw off the exudate.
  2. Open the tube by piercing it with the lid.
  3. Apply the gel into the defect (you may spread the HemaGel on a non-woven piece of fabric and apply to the defect).The gel will adhere to the decubitus base.
  4. Primarily cover the decubitus carefully with a sterile dressing preferably from a non-woven fabric (e.g. tulle with Vaseline, non-adherent mesh).
  5. For secondary dressing of decubiti, it is recommended to use some type of fixing material, but this should be applied to the base of the decubitus carefully so as not to cause the patient any pain and to ensure that no air that would impede the correct functioning of the HemaGel remains between the dressing and the defect surface.
  6. Patients in whom compressive therapy is indicated should have the wound bandaged with a low-stretch bandage.
  7. If you uncover any complication involving increased adhesion or sticking, immediately remove the dressing and repeat the treatment (cleaning, application of HemaGel, dressing, fixation).
  8. In indicated patients with demonstrated infection, the antibiotics and medication ordered by the physician must be respected.
  9. The gel´s effect manifests as distension and bulging. The gel´s unique technology prevents adhesion to the wound and thus enables the easy and painless removal of the gel by simple wiping off.
  10. Dressings should be changed according to the character and development of the defect, but no later than after 24 hours. In infected wounds, more frequent changes of the dressing are recommended.

Applying HemaGel

As HemaGel may be used to treat a wide range of wounds that vary in their extent, severity and causes, the correct application of HemaGel or frequency of dressing changes may differ.

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The results of clinical tests and studies have confirmed that HemaGel is a highly effective hydrophilic gel patch suitable for a wide range of skin wounds.

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How HemaGel works

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