When using MaxioCel ribbon dressings in deep cavity wounds, insert the ribbon in one piece and leave at least 2 5cm outside the wound for ease of removal. (Do not pack wounds tightly as MaxioCel will expand on gelling)
MaxioCel is a highly absorbent wound dressing, designed to heal patients suffering from chronic wounds by effectively managing exudates, pain relief and scar improvement. MaxioCel can be used for moderate to heavily exudating wounds of varied depth, shape and size.
- Painless healing
- Formation of cohesive gel matrix
- Tissue regeneration
Can be effectively used for pressure sore / bed sore treatment, diabetic foot ulcer treatment and other kinds of chronic wound treatments
MaxioCel is a range of wound care dressing products that works on Bioactive Microfiber Gelling Technology(BMG). Made of chitosan, a biomaterial, Maxiocel Products effectively heal wounds and ulcers like: diabetic foot ulcers, bed sores / pressure ulcers and other chronic wounds including burns.... Early diagnosis and treatment are key to wound healing. MaxioCel wound care dressings have shown good results in diabetic foot ulcer treatment, pressure ulcer treatment, venous ulcer treatment, chronic wound treatment as well as bed sore treatment.
How to use
Always follow aseptic techniques while dressing a wound
Peel open MaxioCel pouch and cut, fold or layer the dressing to fit the wound
Change the dressing before it reaches maximum absorption capacity or when exudate can be seen up to 0.5 cm from the edges.
|MX1010||MaxioCel Wound Dressing, 10cmx10cm||Box of 10|
|MX0510||MaxioCel Wound Dressing, 5cmx10cm||Box of 10|
|MX2530||MaxioCel Wound Dressing, 2.5cmx30cm||Box of 10|
|MX1515||MaxioCel Wound Dressing, 15cmx15cm||Box of 10|
|MX2030||MaxioCel Wound Dressing, 20cmx30cm||Box of 5|
|MX4545||MaxioCel Wound Dressing, 45cmx45cm||Box of 3|
- Remains intact during dressing change
- Aids in painless easy removal from the wound surface
During the Dispersion test, MaxioCel® wound dressing showed no evidence of the loss of dressing integrity and separation of fibres from the original fabric structure.