Prontosan® Wound Irrigation Solution

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The solution for acute, chronic and burn wounds

  • For cleansing, rinsing and moisturizing of acute and chronic skin wounds
  • Prevents the formation of biofilm

Advantages

  • Reduces healing time
  • Removes and prevents the formation of biofilm
  • Prevents infections
  • Facilitates gentle dressing replacements
  • Is compatible with commonly used wound dressings

Indication

Prontosan® Wound Irrigation Solutions can be used for preventing infections in acute and chronic wounds including:

  • Traumatic wounds
  • Post-operative wounds
  • Chronic skin ulcers (e.g. venous, diabetic or pressure ulcers)
  • 1st and 2nd degree burns

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Key Material

Description Document Link
Product Overview CoE IC Product Portfolio Overview Infection Prevention
pdf (1.1 MB)
Together against MDRO Partner up with B. Braun to have the right solutions to fight Multi Drug Resistant Organisms as MRSA
pdf (569.4 KB)
Together against SSI Partner up with B. Braun to have the right solutions to fight surgical site infections.
pdf (243.2 KB)
Wound Rangebrochure B. Braun Advanced Wound Care solutions
pdf (3.4 MB)
Biofilm made easy Quick guide to the management of wound biofilm
pdf (340.5 KB)
World Union - Management of Biofilm WUWHS Position Document for the management of Biofilm
pdf (918.3 KB)
Effect of a wound cleansing solution
pdf (50.1 KB)
Independent RTC study showing higher efficiency vs Saline Abstract of RCT Study on the effectiveness of Prontosan®
pdf (143.6 KB)
Wound Bed Preparation taken seriously Prevention and management principles of Biofilm
pdf (2.9 MB)

Case Studies & Scientific Evidence

Description Document Link
Clinical and Scientific Evidence (Prontosan® Askina®)
pdf (3.5 MB)
RCT-Prontosan Study Effect of Prontosan on wound bed preparation and inframmation in chronic wounds
pdf (143.6 KB)
Summary RCT Prontosan Study Effect of Prontosan on wound bed preparation and inflammation in chronic wounds
pdf (99.0 KB)