Promogran Prisma Matrix Wound Dressing - 4.34 Sq inches

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Promogran Prisma Matrix Wound Dressing - 4.34 Sq inches

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Promogran Prisma Matrix Wound Dressing - 4.34 Sq inches Reviews Summary

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14 out of 14 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Promotes Healing (10)
Effective (9)
Easy To Use (9)
Safe (8)
Top Cons

Doesn't Alleviate Pain (2)
Must cut to size (1)
cost (1)
Top Best Uses

Long Term Use (5)
Keep In The Medicine Cabinet (4)
Emergency Preparedness (3)
Acute wounds (1)
Hard to heal wounds (1)
11-14 of 14 reviews
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Pros:
Effective. Promotes Healing. Easy To Use. Safe.
Best Uses:
Long Term Use. Emergency Preparedness. Keep In The Medicine Cabinet.
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Parent.

healing deep skin ulcer nicely

by from South Carolina
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I am a repeat customer.

Pros:
Effective. Promotes Healing. Easy To Use.
Cons:
Doesn't Alleviate Pain. cost.
Best Uses:
Long Term Use. Keep In The Medicine Cabinet.
Describe Yourself:
Novice First Aid Skills.

Prisma promotes healing and is easy to use. They are a little pricey, but you get what you pay for. Very easy to use, and a big benefit is you can cut them to fit the sore/wound.

by from New Cumberland, PA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Excellent price, product [...] Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Easy To Use. Safe. Promotes Healing. Effective.
Best Uses:
Long Term Use.
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Novice First Aid Skills.

Works great... healing wound.

by from Pearl River, NY
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Works great, works fast! Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Effective. Safe. Promotes Healing.
Cons:
Must cut to size. Doesn't Alleviate Pain.
Best Uses:
Emergency Preparedness. Keep In The Medicine Cabinet. For hard to heal wounds.
Describe Yourself:
Parent. Novice First Aid Skills. Can't use oral antibiotic. CPR Trained.

I use it day and night to fully cover the wound. If going out during the day, I use 3M flesh-colored steri-strips over it to blend with my skin. It heals very well and may, or should, be left on for 8 or more hours before redressing. For the optimum healing benefit it should be consistently used until wound is healed. It would be nice if it came in pre-cut pieces of various sizes as cutting it can be a hassle and may jeopardize the sterility of the product.

by from Minneapolis, MN
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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My husbands sore is on his big toe and we started using Prisma over a week ago; will it cause the place to callus over and look bigger. Toe not red or anything just don't know what to look for and can't get up with Dr. until next week.
Asked on Jul 20, 2013 12:31:31 PM by Bee from Fla
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Cuando se coloca DENTRO DE UNA ULCERA -pRISMA mATRIX se disuelve ? BS
Asked on Sep 28, 2012 9:39:04 AM by Bernardo Saldana from Hartford, Ct.
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How thick & soft is this product? My son has a pressure sore on back of head from wheelchair headrest. Anything very thick only causes more pain & pressure because it pushes on bony protuberences of skull.
Asked on Sep 25, 2012 12:38:45 PM by Dr Mom from Missouri
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Is it alright to apply Bactroban Ointment to the dressing or should you leave it dry
Asked on May 28, 2012 1:15:41 PM by Jailnurse56 from Jasper, Ga
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My wound care Dr told me to treat my wound with Bacitracin, THEN top it with the Prisma. Seems to be working well!
Answered on Sep 22, 2014 8:14:39 AM by CJ from Dallas
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IS THIS PRODUCT PRETREATED WITH MEDICATION, IF SO WHICH MEDICATION? TY
Asked on Jun 6, 2011 8:35:48 AM by flo26bill from NJ
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Is it safe to use Prisma with a cancer pt on chemo for a non-healing surgical wound
Answered on Feb 1, 2012 7:40:47 AM by ET from MD
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If you read the full description on Allegro website, it explains the medication in the Prisma.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 7:02:05 PM by naillig59 from Beaumont CA
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I have just started using Prisma (from wound care physician) for a probable venous stasis ulcer on my ankle. This has been very slow to heal, and since yesterday have been using Prisma. Overnight the Prisma seems to have disappeared from under a gauze wrap bandage....When I last looked it was a solid white material....did it dissolve(does it do this?) or did it get knocked off the wound somehow? I was told to change it every other day...but I do clean the wound twice daily. Can anyone advise me? I have never had such a wound before and completely in the dark about treatment and the time required to heal this wound. It has been so depressing!
Asked on May 25, 2011 7:42:49 PM by Maggiemay from Michigan
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yes this is normal. I use it with identical dressing change times. After that long of a period it absorbs almost completely. I remove any residual, clean wound and apply new. I am closing the remaining surgical openings from necrotizing faciitis(flesh eating bacteria) strep A strain. I think this product is good for any type of wound to promote closure and reduce scarring
Answered on Jul 23, 2011 12:09:35 PM by parajoe from ohio
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It is suppose to melt per say, but don't clean it again until time to clean and add more prisma. It is still sorking even though you do not see it. Leave the bandage sealed for the 2 days and then clean and add more prisma. You are actually wiping off the medicine, cleaning prior to time and not adding meds. It is a 2 day med.
Answered on Nov 5, 2011 6:06:04 AM by Juls from Florida
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Part Number(s): 730 0783 08, 730 2093, 730 6055

Mfg Part Number(s): MA028

Scrip Part Number(s): 730 0783 08, 730 2093, 730 6055