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This is the bottom layer of tissue in the wound.
First the wound should be washed with warm water to remove any dirt. Then a layer of HemaGel is applied and the wound is covered with a non-absorbent bandage. It is necessary to wash the wound again with warm water before each subsequent application to remove the old layers of HemaGel; then a new layer is applied.
Yes HemaGel can be used after the dead tissue is completely removed. This should be performed at a professional medical workplace.
HemaGel begins to take effect immediately; it calms and cools the wound. The healing time is individual and depends on the size of the injury; however, in general, it is 40 – 60% shorter than classical treatment.
Grazes on the face should be washed during your daily hygiene and then you should apply HemaGel. Even after it dries, HemaGel remains slightly sticky; if this bothers you, you can cover it with a bandage with a pad.
Yes, this thin new skin should also be treated with HemaGel until the wound heals completely.
HemaGel is best used to heal new and older wounds. Unfortunately, it cannot help old wounds that have already healed.
Yes, HemaGel can be used on these wounds. We recommend that you begin treatment with HemaGel immediately.
We recommend that this be tried. HemaGel is most effective on fresh scars or wounds and the effect on a healed wound need not be as great. Nonetheless, we recommend that you try HemaGel because this can help to smooth the scar with a return to the natural pigmentation of the skin.
You can use HemaGel on scars following an operation without any worries. However, we do not recommend that you remove the scab; you should use lots of HemaGel and cover the wound with a sufficient amount. As this is a damp healing process, the scabs should partially peel off during the next re-bandaging after twelve hours.
You can use HemaGel on any type of wound or scar after an operation.
HemaGel can certainly be used in this case. However, it is necessary to continue treatment with the antibiotics as HemaGel speeds up healing and scar formation.
You can begin treatment immediately; HemaGel is also suitable for treating the injuries you described. No problems are encountered with use in the genital region.
No problems should be encountered in application around the eye lids. It is sufficient to apply only a thin layer of HemaGel and this need not be covered.
Yes, of course you can. HemaGel has favourable healing properties, it does not enter the organism; it acts only on the surface of the wound and thus has no side effects.
It is recommended that the area be washed if the HemaGel has been in the scar for more than ten hours; a new layer should then be applied.
There is no point in having excessive expectations in this case. The scar will certainly be less conspicuous, but unfortunately we can’t promise miracles.
It is recommended that the standard procedure be used to treat decubitus ulcers (bed sores), i.e. rinsing the wound with a rinse solution, drying the wound and subsequent application of HemaGel.
Yes, you can certainly use it as it is very effective against bed sores. However, we recommend that any necrosis be removed from the wound before the gel is applied. If the wound is deep, don’t fill it all up but spread the HemaGel over the sides and bottom. However, we recommend that you consult a physician about such complicated injuries.
Yes, HemaGel can be used for fissures around the rectum. The use of HemaGel for this problem has been successfully tested and the results were excellent: in these cases we recommend that HemaGel procto in the form of suppositories be used.
HemaGel can be used without any problems for treating injuries around the genitals.
Yes, it can. However, it is necessary to apply the HemaGel only to living tissue and to regularly remove necrotic tissue.
Age is not important when applying HemaGel. It is being increasingly used for venous ulcers, including in hospitals, and the results are outstanding. However, the dressing should be changed daily and a sufficient amount of gel should be used.
Yes, you can use disinfectant; however, the wound should be left to dry thoroughly before applying HemaGel.
Yes, HemaGel can be used in this stage; however, in general, HemaGel is recommended especially for defects where the skin is broken.