URGOSTART CONTACT 10X10cm (Piece)
UrgoStart Contact is an innovative non-adhesive, non-occlusive flexible TLC-NOSF* wound contact layer dressing. It is made of a polyester textile mesh coated with the TLC-NOSF* technology.
NICE 2019 medical technology guidance (MTG42) states that evidence supports the case for adopting UrgoStart dressings to treat diabetic foot ulcers and venous leg ulcers.
*Technologie Lipido-Colloïde – Nano-Oligo Saccharide Factor
UrgoStart Contact is indicated for the treatment of chronic wounds (leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers) and long-standing acute wounds.
- With its unique TLC-NOSF* Healing Matrix (NOSF* impregnated in a TLC healing matrix) UrgoStart is the only local treatment proven to reduce healing time and close wounds sooner
- The sooner the UrgoStart treatment range is initiated, the more effective it is.
- The UrgoStart Treatment range’s efficacy in healing significantly sooner has been demonstrated in the highest level of clinical studies (double-blind, randomised controlled trials) and through observational studies.
- Thanks to the TLC Technology, UrgoStart maintains a moist wound healing environment and allows pain-free & atraumatic removals.
INSTRUCTION for Use :
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