Black necrotic wounds (non-ischemic)
Level of exudate: low
Necrotic tissue or eschar consists of an accumulation of dead cells, tissue and cellular debris. Removal of wound eschar through appropriate debridement techniques (surgical or medical) is a prerequisite for the wound healing processes to start.
Remark : sharp debridement can bring about haemorrhage. Conversely, eschar is normally not the result of haemorrhage but much more often of ischaemia.
|Therapeutic objectives||Removal of dry necrotic tissue|
|Procedures/Actions||Hydrating the wound with hydrogel
Mechanical or surgical debridement
|Wound cleansing and wound bed preparation||Prontosan® Wound Gel X|
|Primary wound dressing||
Deep: Askina® Gel
Superficial: Askina® Gel
|Secondary wound dressing||Askina® Derm|
|Dressing replacement frequency||Up to 3 days|