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HydroTac®

Accelerated wound closure with unique AquaClear Gel Technology [1,2]

HydroTac® – The Hydro-Responsive Wound Dressing (HRWD™) for accelerated wound closure [1,2]

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HydroTac® – going beyond just wound covering with the unique AquaClear Gel Technology

Icon representing accelerated wound closure

Discover the advantages of the unique AquaClear Gel Technology:

  • Provides the optimal moist wound environment [4–10]
  • Enhances the body’s natural healing process [3]
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Find out more about the unique AquaClear Gel Technology of HydroTac® in this video:

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The innovative AquaClear Gel Technology promotes moist wound healing environment and accelerates wound closure. [1,2,4–10]
Illustration showing growth factors
1. Growth factors stimulate proliferation and migration of keratinocytes [11]
Ilustration showing how HydroTac® regulates an optimal wound environment
2. HydroTac® regulates the optimal moist wound environment [4–10]
• Absorption of wound exudate [4–10]
• Active moisture release [4–10]
3. AquaClear Gel Technology provides up to 3-times greater concentration of growth factors and fast epithelial wound closure [3]

When to use HydroTac®

HydroTac can be used for a variety of wounds beginning at the granulation.

For further treatment options, you may also consider HydroTac® Comfort, HydroTac® Sacral or HydroTac® Concave:

HydroTac® is available in various shapes and sizes, suitable for a wide variety of wounds:

Begin your two step journey to wound recovery today!
Discover the benefits of HydroTherapy® by ordering your free samples of HydroClean® plus & HydroTac® today.
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References:
[1] Smola, H. (2016). Simplified treatment options require high-performance dressings – from molecular mechanisms to intelligent dressing choices. EWMA 2016. Bremen, 11-13 May, 2016.
[2] Smola, H. et al. (2016). Hydrated polyurethane polymers to increase growth factor bioavailability in wound healing. HydroTherapy Symposium: A New Perspective on Wound Cleansing, Debridement and Healing. London, 3 March, 2016.
[3] Smola, H. (2015). Stimulation of epithelial migration – novel material based approaches. EWMA Congress. London, 13-15 May, 2015.
[4] Ousey, K. et al. (2016). HydroTherapy Made Easy. Wounds UK 12(4).
[5] Knowles, D. et al. (2016). HydroTherapy® wound healing of a post amputation site. Wounds UK Annual Conference. Harrogate, 14-16 November, 2016.
[6] Smola, H. et al. (2014). Hydrated polyurethane polymers to increase growth factor bioavailability in wound healing. EORS Congress. Nantes, 2-4 July, 2014.
[7] Ousey, K. et al. (2016). Hydro-Responsive Wound Dressings simplify T.I.M.E. wound management framework. British Journal of Community Nursing 21 (Supplt. 12), pp. S39-S49. [8] Spruce, P. and Bullough, L. (2016). HydroTac®: case studies of use. HydroTherapy Symposium: A New Perspective on Wound Cleansing, Debridement and Healing. London, 3 March, 2016.
[9] Spruce, P. et al. (2016). A case study series evaluation of HydroTac®. HydroTherapy Symposium: A New Perspective on Wound Cleansing, Debridement and Healing. London, 3 March, 2016.
[10] Smola, H. et al. (2016). From material science to clinical application – a novel foam dressing for the treatment of granulating wounds. HydroTherapy Symposium: A New Perspective on Wound Cleansing, Debridement and Healing. London, 3 March.
[11] Pastar, I. (2014). Epithelialization in Wound Healing: A Comprehensive Review. Advances in Wound Care, Volume 3, Number 7, pp. 445-464.

* Compared to silicone interface, in-vivo study
** Case report, 2015, data on file