Purilon gel can be used for necrotic and sloughy wounds such as leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, non-infected diabetic foot ulcers, and for 1st and 2nd degree burns.
The gel may be used throughout the healing process to provide a moist healing environment. Purilon gel should be used in conjunction with a secondary dressing.
Purilon gel is used for wounds that need effective and gentle debridement of necrotic tissue thereby paving the way for optimal wound healing.
Unique match of hydrating and absorbing properties
The unique match of hydrating and absorbing properties supports natural autolytic debridement and moist wound healing.
Easy to apply and remove
The applicator ensures a controlled, easy and aseptic application using just one hand. The gel is easy to remove due to high cohesion even after absorption of debris and exudate.
Minimizes leakage and maceration
The viscous texture of the gel makes it stay in place, and even after absorption of debris and exudate the gel will remain cohesive and counteract leakage and maceration.
Mode of action
Purilon gel hydrates necrotic tissue and absorbs excess exudate, slough and debris from the wound.
Purilon gel consists of purified water, sodium carboxymethylcellulose, and calcium alginate. Purilon is a very gentle product since the gel consists of natural ingredients without any additives.