The start of faster wound healing
With its unique Rinsing-Absorption Mechanism, HydroClean® plus activates the wound healing process. This forms the basis of rapid wound treatment.View video
Rapid wound cleansing and sustained epithelialization in two simple steps
The success of HydroTherapy is derived from two Hydro-Responsive Wound Dressings (HRWD®) which perfectly complement one another – each with its own unique mode of action, delivering rapid cleansing, early granulation tissue formation, epithelialisation while maintaining a balanced level of moisture at all phases of wound progression – to support effective wound healing. 1
Effective cleansing activates the wound so that granulation can start. Having an optimal moist wound environment protects and promotes sustained epithelialization.
HydroClean® plus cleanses the wound effectively and activates the healing process
HydroClean® plus supports efficient healing of chronic and hard-to-heal wounds with its unique Rinsing-Absorption Mechanism.1, 2
What HydroClean® plus can do:
- Gently remove necrosis and devitalised tissue via autolysis 3, 4
- Stimulate granulation tissue formation 5, 6, 7
- Keep wounds moist for up to three days 8
HydroClean® plus is the ideal first step to efficient wound healing.
Benefits of wound treatment with HydroClean® plus:
- Painless dressing changes 8
- Autolytic debridement 3, 9, 10
- Easy to apply, flexible and conformable 11
- Can be used in conjunction with compression therapy 11
wound dressing with a unique Rinsing-Absorption Mechanism. “ "
Release of Ringer’s solution 3
Absorption of necrosis, fibrin, bacteria, wound exudate and debridement of devitalised tissue 3, 5, 8
Ideal wound environment for effective wound healing 5
Wound therapy with perfectly complementing products
HydroTherapy is a new approach to efficient wound healing. All preparations work perfectly well together so even the most hard-to-heal wounds can be treated.
The colour-coding system makes HydroTherapy preparations easy to use and understand.
All preparations are available in various shapes and sizes
The range of shapes and sizes of HydroTherapy’s wound preparations are suitable for a wide variety of wounds.
HydroClean® plus is available in two variants, including HydroClean® plus cavity for deep and fissured wounds.
HydroTac® is available in the Comfort variety with a self-adhesive border that makes it possible for patients to shower with the dressing on.
HydroTherapy makes it simple and easy for doctors to treat majority of patients’ wounds.
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 Kaspar D, Therapeutic effectiveness, compatibility and handling in the daily routine of hospitals or physicians’ practices. HARTMANN Data on file: Hydro-Responsive Wound Dressing (HRWD) and AquaClear Technology are trademarks of HARTMANN (2011).
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 O’ Brian, D and Clarke, Z. (2016) The patient experience with a Hydro-Responsive-Wound Dressing (HRWD) – HydroClean® plus. Poster presented at HydroTherapy Symposium: A New Perspective on Wound Cleansing, Debridement and Healing.