Open Surgical Wound Management

PhaseOne® and Wound Cleanser (235 mL) (40mL)

A fast-acting microbicidal skin and wound cleanser, PhaseOne® penetrates and disrupts biofilm, killing bacteria and fungi, as well as neutralizes resulting toxins*. Formulated as a pure concentration of hypochlorous acid (HOCl) in saline, PhaseOne® is made without the toxic bleach and other preservative chemicals found in other products, making it gentle, non-irritating, and non-sensitizing to skin and new tissue.

PhaseOne® may be used for routine cleansing and irrigation and supports debridement of:

  • Intraoperative pocket lavage, before subcutaneous closure
  • Stage I to IV pressure injuries
  • Stasis ulcers
  • Leg ulcers
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • First-degree and second-degree burns
  • Post-surgical wounds
  • Grafted and donor sites
  • Minor burns, superficial abrasions, and wounds
  • Moistening absorbent wound dressings

*=Results derived from in vitro testing of HOCl in solution. Data on file.

Sorbact® Compress

Sorbact® Compress is a sterile, microbe-binding wound dressing. It consists of a green Sorbact® wound contact layer, which allows the passage of wound exudate into a secondary dressing. The dressing is folded into eight layers. The dressing can be used in compression therapy, and provides optimal conditions for wound healing.

Sorbact® Ribbon Gauze

Sorbact® Ribbon Gauze is a sterile, bacteria- and fungi-binding wound dressing. It consists of a Sorbact® wound contact layer, which allows the passage of wound exudate into a secondary dressing. The dressing can be used in compression therapy.

Sorbact® Gel-Dressing

Sorbact® Gel Dressing is a sterile, microbe-binding dressing covered with gel. It consists of a Sorbact® wound contact layer with a water-based gel. Sorbact® Gel Dressing ensures a moist wound environment, facilitates autolytic debridement and provides optimal conditions for wound healing.

NPAK (Negative Pressure Accessory Kit):

Also known as the Prep-and-Close Kit, the NPAK offers the provider the flexibility and convenience of providing wound bed preparation and supporting wound closure. Consider using the NPAK:

  • Prior to initiating NPWT
  • To promote full closure in wounds that have sufficiently granulated, allowing for discontinuation of NPWT
  • As a convenient, cost effective, routine wound care system for weekly to biweekly wound care
  • To simplify stocking in the wound clinic and beyond