WOUND TREATMENTS WITH AMNIO ALLOGRAFT
For wound care, after debridement and cleaning, a single dose of Liquid Allograft is injected into the wound and surrounding soft tissue. Then an amniotic membrane patch is placed over the wound. The membrane patch is packed with key growth factors and cytokines that stimulate growth, proliferation and differentiation for an optimal wound environment.
The wound is then covered with an antimicrobial wound dressing. This dressing serves as a barrier to prevent infection. The dressing also has micro-batteries to create an electrical field that produces a one-volt charge over the surface of the wound for up to 21 days. This gives the damaged tissue a positive charge that speeds up the healing process, helps the wound heal more completely, while minimizing the formation of scar tissue.
One treatment is often all that is needed to fully repair a wound. In some cases, additional treatments may be required depending on the severity and type of injury.
Chronic Leg Ulcer
-Patient J.J. “I had a leg ulcer for the past 18 months and it was constantly getting infected. My doctor tried everything and it just would not heal. We tried the liquid allograft and within 3 months, my leg ulcer was completely healed.”
Diabetic Foot Wound
-Patient T.S. “I have had an open foot wound for the past three years. My doctor was afraid I was going to lose my foot. We decided to try the liquid allograft and membrane patch. To my amazement, the wound closed up and my foot was saved. Truly a miraculous product!”
-Patient C.G. “I injured my hand at work and it was taking forever to heal so my doctor recommended that I try the liquid allograft. The pain went away immediately and my hand healed very quickly.”