You strive to provide your patients with the best possible wound care, but non-healing wounds present complex challenges. Experts now agree that biofilm may be the cause of stalled wound healing, and more than 90% of chronic wounds may contain biofilm.1
Biofilm in the wound
Biofilm is a community of bacteria that’s encased in a protective environment, making it more difficult for traditional therapies to work. That’s why it’s important to have the most advanced wound care available.
Below are three case studies that demonstrate the power of PluroGel as a therapy for managing chronic wounds.
Biofilm may be a key factor in non-healing wounds, and it’s important to arm yourself with all the tools possible to kick-start the healing process. In many real-life cases of chronic wounds, PluroGel Burn and Wound Dressing has been shown to make a significant impact on helping these wounds to shrink and become less painful.
More resources about advanced wound care products and best practices:
Explore how PluroGel removes barriers to healing
Learn how IoPlex and slow-release iodine helps promote healing
Biofilm: why it matters to wound care and treatment innovations to fight it
Watch the webinar about chronic wounds
Discover a new strategy for battling the toughest biofilms