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UrgoStart Dressing 6cm x 6cm x 10

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Urgostart Dressing


UrgoStart® is a soft-adherent foam dressing with TLC (Technology Lipido-Colloid) and healing accelerator (NOSF Nano-OligoSaccharide Factor). It is made of a soft-adherent TLC-NOSF layer (lipido-colloid and healing accelerator particles), combined with an absorbent foam pad and a semi-permeable backing.

UrgoStart is an absorbent hydrocellular lipido-colloid dressing with a micro-adherent TLC-NOSF matrix, an innovative technology developed by Laboratoires Urgo.

Leg ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers and pressure ulcers take an average of 210 days to heal.

UrgoStart is a local treatment that reduces the healing time of these types of wounds by an average of 100 days.

Properties

  •  Soft-adherent TLC–NOSF layer = Effective healing
  •  Promotes faster healing and improves patients’ quality of life
  •  Neutralises excess proteases (MMPs)
  •  Re-establishes wound equilibrium
  •  With all the benefits of TLC:
  •  pain-free dressing changes, moist wound-healing, good tolerance,   stimulation of fibroblast proliferation
  •  Clinically proven
  •  Easy to apply and very conformable
  •  Greater patient compliance and acceptability
  •  Absorbent pad
  •  Absorbs low to moderate levels of exudate
  •  Can be used under compression
  •  Semi-permeable backing
  •  Prevents maceration

Indications

  • Low to moderately exuding leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers and recurring wounds
  • Minimum duration of treatment 4-5 weeks
  • Secure with a retention bandage (K-Band, K-Lite)
  • Can be left in place for up to 7 days

Contraindications

  • To prevent any risk of delay in appropriate treatment, UrgoStart is contraindicated in cancerous wounds and in fistular wounds demonstrating deep abscess formation.
  • Do not use UrgoStart in the event of known sensitivity to the dressing.

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