Advance the wound
management process

PluroGel® Burn and Wound Dressing helps keep the wound bed moist with less discomfort during dressing changes.

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PluroGel uses breakthrough Micelle Matrix Technology™ to optimize wound bed prep

What makes this innovative technology so effective at managing biofilm? Surfactant micelles work to hydrate the wound, control exudate and provide gentle debridement.
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Removes barriers to healing.

Removes barriers to healing. Softens, loosens and drives slough and necrotic debris away from the wound bed.

Creates a moist wound environment.

Creates a moist wound environment. The gel keeps the wound moist which is an optimal wound healing environment.

Promotes patient comfort and compliance.

Promotes patient comfort and compliance. Goes on and rinses off gently, so patients report less pain during dressing changes.1

Learn about the science behind PluroGel
See how surfactant micelles soften, loosen and trap debris.

How it works

Take your debridement protocol to the next level and win the fight against biofilm

Biofilm is thought to produce destructive enzymes and toxins that contribute to chronic inflammation inside hard-to-heal wounds. Managing biofilm and bioburden is essential for wound healing. Here’s how PluroGel answers the call:

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How it Works

Take your debridement protocol to the next level and win the fight against biofilm

Biofilm is thought to produce destructive enzymes and toxins that contribute to chronic inflammation inside hard-to-heal wounds. Managing biofilm and bioburden is essential for wound healing. Here’s how PluroGel answers the call:

Clinical case studies

Pyoderma Gangrenosum

Noticeable improvement in wound size and necrotic area after 10 days

Skin injury: Pyoderma Gangrenosum infected managed with antibiotics
Patient: 52-year-old female
History: Severe ulcerative colitis resulting in total colectomy

Individual results may vary.

Surgical dehiscence on groin following femoral endarterectomy

88.75% reduction in 2 weeks

A groin wound associated with a vascular graft can be associated with significant morbidity. Management of groin wounds is often challenging due to their anatomical location that renders them difficult to visualize and keep clean. Learn more

Individual results may vary.

What wound care experts are saying about PluroGel

“My team called it a wow moment.”

Lee C. Ruotsi, MD, ABWMS, CWS-P, UHM
Hear the story of a 52-year-old patient with a 3-year history of VLUs.

“Patient’s radiation dermatitis and discomfort during dressing changes improved remarkably.”

Kari Price, BSN, RN, CPN, CWON

In vitro evidence

See how effectively PluroGel disrupts biofilm in vitro2

PluroGel Chart
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Remove barriers to healing with PluroGel

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Why are these products an effective strategy for managing biofilm?*

Experts say, a multi-faceted approach to biofilm in the wound helps break the chronic wound cycle. Advanced wound care products like PluroGel Burn and Wound Dressing and IoPlex Iodophor Foam Dressing are an effective strategy against biofilm,* helping patients to wound closure.

*based on in vitro data. Data on file.

Make skin health second nature

References:
1. Data on file.
2. Yang Q, Larose C, Porta AD, Della Porta AC, Schultz GS, Gibson DJ. A surfactant-based wound dressing can reduce bacterial biofilms in a porcine skin explant model. Int Wound J. 2016