1. 3.17. Brochure of MEBO Wound and Ulcer Dressing
    • 2010/10/27 11:15:27

    [Name] MEBO Wound and Ulcer Dressing
    [Composition] Non woven gauze embroidered by water with net structure that has been soaked in sesame oil and beeswax mixture with frame structure, and also self sticking dressing pad to form an unique patented net-in-net three-dimensional frame structure.
    [Indications] Acute wounds (burn wounds, surgical wounds including donor site wounds, cosmetic surgical wounds, ostomy wounds, wounds of circumcision, obstetrical wounds); pressure wounds (bruise wounds, amputated limbs); chronic wounds (diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers, soft tissue necrosis), etc.
    [Mechanism of Action] By applying advanced bio-engineer technology, this product reacts on the wound surface through its three-layer isolation and respiratory metabolism to keep the wound in a physiologically moist environment and allow the necrotic tissues to be liquefied and discharged. The stem cells on the wound are afterwards activated which initiates tissues repairing and regenerating, consequently accelerating the physiological healing of the wound while reducing and controlling the infection.
    [Product Advantages]
    Accelerates wound healing by activating and sustaining the intrinsic regenerative potential of the skin and cultivating epidermal stem cells in situ and in vivo. 
    Covers and protects wounds from infection and contamination.
    Utilizes breathable net-like gauze impregnated with MEBO Wound Ointment. which itself contains a unique micro-network formed by beeswax and sesame oil.
    Accelerates liquefication of necrotic tissues to allow their easier and less painful removal with minimal injury of the residual viable tissues on the wound.
    Maintains wound in a physiological moist environment.
    Minimizes pain and the use of analgesics.
    Promotes quality of healing by reducing scarring.
    [Direction for Use] Open the overwrap of the product, and take out the inner pack and the self sticking dressing pad through sterile operation. Open the inner pack and take out the oil-containing dressing and cover the wound directly (the dressing should stick to the wound closely), and then cover the self-sticking dressing pad. When changing dressing, the self-sticking dressing pad and the oil-containing dressing should be removed softly, and then sterile gauze (or sterile sanitation towel, or cotton ball soaked in sodium chloride) is used to wipe the residual ointment and liquefied matter on the wound softly (pay attention: detergent or water is forbidden to wash the wound). New oil-containing dressing is applied. Once a day or twice a day for patients with relatively large amount of exudation until the wound heals physiologically
    Usage method for different wound:
    For donor site wound
    After the skin graft is taken, dry gauze or warm sodium chloride gauze is used to press the donor site wound to stop bleeding. Repeated cleaning and polishing is forbidden. And then the dressing is stuck to the wound. It should be taken within 48 hours and this product is continued to use and changed twice a day. If there is no wound infection symptom after 3 days, the dressing can be changed every 2-3 days until the wound heals.

    For skin ulcer
    Before the application of this product, 1?benzalkonium bromide or 75% alcohol cotton ball is used to sterilize the skin surrounding the ulcer and then the previously mentioned method is adopted. The product is applied once a day or twice a day for patients with relatively large amount of exudation.

    For diabetic skin ulcer
    For diabetic skin ulcer treatment, any antiseptic or mistura is forbidden to wash the wound. For wound with necrotic tissues already, non-damaging debridement should be applied. The exudation should be stuck once a day by sterile gauze or twice a day for those with relatively large amount of exudation. The activities of the patients should be decreased. Raising the sick extremities is a necessary assisting measure. Meanwhile, standard systemic treatment including food regulation and medication should be adopted.

    For bedsore (Pressure ulcer)
    I degree: stick the dressing directly to the wound, once a day
    II degree: Draw out the exudation within the blister using a injector and keep the peel of blister through sterile operation. Stick the dressing directly to the wound and change 1-2 times a day. Sterilely remove the peel of blister after 3 days. The dressing is continued to use to avoid the wound exposing in the air until the wound heal physiologically.
    III degree: Remove the necrotic tissue first. Stick the dressing closely to the wound and change 2-4 times a day until the wound heal physiologically.
    IV degree: For large wound with infectious sign, physic liquor with small irritation such as 1?benzalkonium bromide is used to rinse the necrotic tissues. After the wound is wiped dry, the dressing is applied and the times of applying should be adjusted according to the amount of exudation until the wound heal physiologically.

    For wound with oedematous/overgrown granulation tissue, proportionate cropping should be applied before using dressing.
    During the treatment, physical therapy such as infrared ray and torturing lantern can be used 1-2 times a day, for 10-15 min every time. The distance should be adjusted in any time to avoid scalding.
    Skin external injury, brushing burn, slight skin lacerated wound and operative incision

    For slight skin external injury, lacerated wound and brushing burn without serious pollution, the dressing can be used to cover the wound after basic debridement and hemostasis and be changed once every 24 hours. For wound without infection, the dressing can be changed once every 203 days until healing.

    For wound needing hemostasis, the dressing can be used to cover the wound after saturation and be changed every 24 hours. It can be changed once every 2-3 days if no infectious symptom occurs until healing.
    [Specification]100mm?0mm, 100mm?00mm, 100mm?50mm, 100mm?00mm 
    (Each package contains: Soft cloth dressing impregnated with MEBO Wound Ointment; self-adhesive pad for the dressing)