APPLICATION OF GENIX IT MEMBRANE

After adequate debridement, the Genix IT membrane is laid on the wound bed, applied to the healthy skin and adapted to the shape of the lesion. It is then irrigated with copious amounts of saline and made to adhere to the underlying tissues. Through the catheter, a perfusion of antibiotic solution is then performed, which will be repeated every 12 hours at home by the patient him/herself. The membrane is totally absorbed in approximately 15 days and further membranes will be applied up to the skin level.

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APPLICATION OF GENIX EGI MEMBRANE

Once tissue granulation is complete, the GENIX EGI membrane is hydrated and made to adhere to the edges of the lesion. After 12-15 days of application, it is then removed and we check for epithelial growth below. Its removal will be followed by further applications of GENIX EGI, with progression from the periphery towards the centre, until complete healing.  Each dressing is completed with sterile occlusive bandage or elastic compression bandage and the catheter is exteriorized and secured to the bandage.

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