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Hydrating and Debriding Products

 

 

Any form of wound debris will delay healing by prolonging the inflammatory phase and predisposing the wound to infection. Commonly found wound debris includes necrotic or sloughy tissue, sutures, environmental debris including dirt, glass, fibres from cotton wool and gauze, and infection. The process of removing wound debris is called debridement. Debridement can be effected by re-hydrating necrotic tissue (autolytic debridement) or by surgically, mechanically or enzymatically removing foreign matter from the wound bed.