Evelyn Hicks, Director of Education at Appulse Medical, distributors of Endoform® Natural and Endoform® Antimicrobial presents a new Clinical Resource explaining how residual Endoform® in the wound bed can be used to assess wound proteases, adjust the application rate and escape the inflammatory phase earlier.
Evelyn Hicks, Director of Education for Appulse Medical, distributors of Endoform® Natural and Endoform® Antimicrobial, talks about wound bed preparation with Dr Greg Bohn (MD).
Endoform® ECM is known to modulate wound proteases. This animation describes how Endoform® works in the wound bed to modulate wound proteases and help build new tissue (courtesy of Hollister Wound Care, LLC).
The following video tutorial describes the application of Endoform® products to the wound bed, including cut and trimming, rehydration and use of secondary dressings (courtesy of Hollister Wound Care, LLC).
Watch as Dr. Amaya (Pediatric Wound Care & Laser Specialists, Houston, Texas) demonstrates the proper use of Endoform® to dress and protect a child’s wounds. This dermal template helps wounds heal and close, as well as help grow new skin over your child’s wound.
Reggie Casilang, Family Nurse Practitioner from Caremore Health Systems, Cerritos, CA, discusses his study of the impact of Endoform® on wound protease levels and the significance of the amount of residual Endoform® observed in a variety of chronic wounds.
Chronic wounds are characterized by elevated wound proteases and high bioburden which limits healing and traps wounds in the inflammatory phase. The following Clinical Resource shows how Endoform® can be used to help wounds escape the inflammatory phase.
Guidance for the application of Endoform® Natural and Endoform® Antimicrobial products.
Product claims relating to MMP modulation and biofilm prevention are subject to local regulatory approval. Consult with your local representative for more information.