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SanoSkin Oxy 30GR

$40.00

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Overview

  • A unique ozonated olive oil-based gel
  • Ozonated – Its acid oxidative environment is unfavorable to microorganisms, such as bacteria, yeast and fungi – strong antimicrobial properties(1)
  • Promotes autolytic debridement of the necrotic tissue and does not adhere to the wound
  • Can also be used on intact skin
  • It spreads easily

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Brand SanoSkin Oxy
Process Ozonation (Olive oil)
Delivery System Tube
Department Dermatology, Intensive Care unit, Oncology, Wound Care/Management
Product Type Gel
Ingredients Ozonated vegetable oil (100% olive oil)
Sting (pain sensation) Low to no-sting on application
Volume (gr) 30gr
Contra-indications Patients who are known to be sensitive to the ointment or one of its components
 
Brand - SanoSkin Oxy
Process - Ozonation (Olive oil)
Delivery System - Tube
Department - Dermatology, Intensive Care unit, Oncology, Wound Care/Management
Product Type - Gel
Ingredients - Ozonated vegetable oil (100% olive oil)
Sting (pain sensation) - Low to no-sting on application
Volume (gr) - 30gr
Contra-indications - Patients who are known to be sensitive to the ointment or one of its components
SanoSkin Oxy is an ozonated natural olive oil-based gel that facilitates wound debridement. When the gel is in contact with wound fluid/water, ozonides are released impeding bacterial growth and wound malodor. The ozonides create an acid oxidative environment that is unfavorable for bacteria, yeast and fungi(3). SanoSkin Oxy is a gentle gel that is able to create a moist wound healing environment. Oxy is a primary wound dressing that can be covered by most commonly used secondary dressings. SanoSkin Oxy is also an excellent product to treat acne, eczema and fissures.

The use of SanoSkin Oxy does not lead to resistance in micro-organisms.
  • A unique natural 100% olive oil-based gel
  • Ozonated – Its acid oxidative environment is unfavorable to microorganisms, such as bacteria, yeast and fungi – strong antimicrobial properties due to its low pH and the oxidative environment (2)
  • Promotes autolytic debridement of the necrotic tissue and does not adhere to the wound
  • An excellent product for acne, eczema and fissures
  • Can also be used as a skin barrier to avoid maceration and as a hydrating agent for dry peri-wound skin
  • Does not lead to micro-organisms building resistance over time(1)
  • Can also be used on intact skin
  • It spreads easily
  • Superficial wounds
  • Acne, eczema, foot fungus and fissures
A 75 years old female patient had a venous ulcer skin graft. The size, severity and depth of the wound is depicted in the photos. The skin graft failed partially and remained open.

Wound healing was accomplished, despite the underlying issues and the severity of the wound site, and the human suffering was finally resolved.

Initially, the wound site was cleansed with SanoSkin Cleanser to remove dirt, debris, bacteria and slough and prepare the infected area for the application of SanoSkin OXY. Healing took place in 55 days for this deep wound. SanoSkin OXY was also used to soften and remove the fibrine tissue.

Wound at start. Skin graft that failed partially and remained open.

Wound after 7 days of SanoSkin OXY use. It is now getting better and starts to heal.

One of the final days of the improvement of this case.

SanoSkin Oxy is a medical device listed on the Therapeutic Goods Register, ARTG ID: 317491. The information provided on the SanoMed website is true and correct; however, it does not supersede advice from a healthcare practitioner. It is essential that you read the Instructions for Use document (IFU can be found inside each box) prior to using any SanoMed product. Seek advice from a healthcare practitioner. If the condition deteriorates, discontinue use.

References

1. Data on file

2. Clinical Trial (2000). Lower limbs ulcers. Ozonated oil therapy study. Louis Pasteur Polyclinic and National Centre For Scientific Research. France, EU

3. Brackman, G., De Meyer, L., Nelis, H. J., & Coenye, T. (2013). Biofilm inhibitory and eradicating activity of wound care products against S taphylococcus aureus and S taphylococcus epidermidis biofilms in an in vitro chronic wound model. Journal of applied microbiology114(6), 1833-1842.

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