Medira specialises in
regenerative biomaterials

Kolspon®

Indications:

  • Cavity wounds: abscesses, pilonidal sinuses
  • Moderate to heavily exudating wounds
  • Control of minor bleeding wounds
  • Traumatic lesions and Infected or contaminated wounds

Peri-anal abscess healed in 18 days using Kolspon® Sponge

The benefits of collagen sponges has been long established. ( Dini 2011 )

Kolspon® Sponges

  • Are highly absorbent
  • Facilitates the normal healing process
  • Act as a natural stimulant for autolytic debridement
  • Transform wounds from inflammation phase to remodeling phase

Contraindications:

  • Wounds with dry eschar
  • Dry wounds
  • Arterial ischemic lesions
  • Patients with a known hypersensitivity to collagen products

Kolspon® Sponges are derived from Piscean sources

  • Biocompatible as per EN ISO 10993 standards
  • Non-toxic, non-allergenic, non-immunogenic, non-pyrogenic

Ordering Information

Code

Description

Units

KSPN1001-5

Kolspon, 5cm x 5cm

Box of 5

KSPN1014-5

Kolspon 5cm x 10cm

Box of 5

KSPN1004-5

Kolspon 10cm x 10cm

Box of 5

Reference

  1. Rudnick A., Advances in tissue engineering and use of type 1 bovine collagen particles in wound bed preparation. Journal of Wound Care Vol 15:9 Oct 2006.
  2. Burton JL, Etherington DJ, Peachey RDG. Collagen Sponge for Leg Ulcers. British Journal of Dermatology 1978; 5:726.
  3. Krieg T. Collagen in the Healing Wound. WOUNDS. 1995;7(SupplA):5A-12A
  4. Dini V, Barbanera S, Romanelli M. The Role of Collagen in Wound Repair.J Wound Tech W 13: JULY 2011
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