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Puracol Plus AG+ Collagen Wound Dressing with Antibacterial Silver

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Puracol Plus AG+ Wound Dressing with Antibacterial Silver offers a unique 3 dimensional structure known as a 100% Native Collagen MicroScaffold. Save now!
  • Leads to quick fluid absorbency and high wet strength
  • Resistant to rapid degradation by wound proteases
  • Long lasting, Promotes natural healing
  • Based on state of the art biomaterial technology

Puracol Plus AG+ with Antibacterial Silver

The Puracol Plus AG+ dressing with antibacterial silver offers a unique three-dimensional structure known as a 100% Native Collagen MicroScaffold. Puracol Plus Ag+ contains a hydrated silver chloride compound, which is known to be an antibacterial agent. The silver ion works in multifaceted ways inside the dressing, disrupting metabolic processes in bacteria and reducing their spread within the dressing. Moist wound healing dressings allow the phases of wound healing to proceed with optimum speed. Collagen moist wound dressings such as this promote natural healing.

100% pure native collagen: Puracol Plus AG+ offers pure native collagen in the market. There are absolutely no fillers added.

Biodegradable: Puracol Plus AG+ does not need to be removed or cleaned out of the wound. It can be absorbed completely by the wound.

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Brand Name Puracol
Manufacturer Number MSC8722EPZ, MSC8722EP, MSC8744EPH, MSC8744EP, MSC8744EPZ
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